Known as Thailand’s answer to the Grand Canyon (a very ambitious claim), Pai Canyon covers a large area that offers some brilliant views and fun hikes.
Every night the main street of Pai fills up with food vendors and market stalls selling everything from your quintessential hippie clothing and jewelry to personalized postcards.
Pai has a number of awesome waterfalls to visit, which is perfect because the area can get pretty hot during the day!
The other most popular falls to visit in Pai is the Mo Paeng Waterfalls, and they are our personal favourite.
When you find yourself wanting a relaxing soak, head to the Tha Pai Hot Springs.
You can see it from most places in town, and the White Buddha high on the hill isn’t only a religious shrine, it also offers some of the best views over Pai!
Just outside of Pai is the village of Santichon Village, an ethnic-minority Chinese Yunnan village founded by people who moved from north of the border during the revolution.
Location and contact information of Immigration offices and services in Pai
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Charming. Highly elegant. Superb interior design. Offering 2 outdoor pools and an all-day Mediterranean and contemporary Thai cuisine restaurant, Reverie Siam is located in Pai.
Hip. Elegant. Cosy rooms. Featuring Mediterranean architecture and a fine restaurant, The Oia Pai Resort offers eco-friendly accommodation with free WiFi. Free shuttles go to Pai Walking Street, Pratad Mae Yen temple, Pai Airport and the local fruit factory.
Surrounded by mountains and extensive rice fields, Belle Villa Resort provides rustic-style, air-conditioned accommodations.
Offering an outdoor pool and views of the mountain, Ai Pai Hotel is located in Pai in the Mae Hong Son Province Region, just a few steps away from Pai Night Market. The hotel has a terrace and views of the pool, and guests can enjoy a meal at the restaurant or a drink at the bar.
Saturated on the banks of Pai River, Pai River Corner offers villas with a private balcony and free Wi-Fi. Located right next to Pai Walking Street, the hotel is equipped with a swimming pool, a tour desk and shuttle service.
Bura Lumpai Resort lies along peaceful River Pai, with its wonderful views of the natural landscape.
Baan Krating Pai is a boutique resort situated on the banks of the Pai River.
I love U Pai has probably the best view of all places. Located a little bit outside the city, you can enjoy some tasty Thai food while looking at incredible mountains.
Na’s Kitchen might look simple from the outside, but its food is one of the best in town.
For those who don’t know, Khao Soi is a creamy curry-based soup with some sort of meat topped with crispy fried noodles and it is a must-try dish if you are in Thailand.
Om Garden was one of my favorite places for breakfast/brunch as I am not a big fan of “Thai breakfast”.
Ganita Café is a great restaurant for vegetarians that are looking for Thai food.