#Mae Hong Son
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ArticlePai in the Rain
Beauty is always in the eye of the beholder. Pai – the mountain-trimmed community of Mae Hong Son – is usually especially coveted during the cold ...
ArticleMae Hong Son
This northern province in Thailand is well known for a laid-back vibe, outdoor activities and beautiful local culture.
Article5 Restaurants with Delicious Dishes in Mae Hong Son
Mae Hong Son is not only home to diverse cultures, but also incredible restaurants. Here are five popular restaurants guaranteed to tickle your taste
See & DoPhraya Singhanatracha Memorial
Situated at the foot of Doi Kong Mu, this monument commemorates the first governor of Mae Hong Son. Phraya Singhanatracha is a Thai Yai native from Burma (Myanmar). He was regarded by the people as the governor of Khun Yuam Town, which was to the...
DestinationMae Hong Son
Mae Hong Son province has another name as ‘the city of three mists’ because it is surrounded by high mountains with cold temperature and covered with mist all 3 seasons. The city is rich of the beauty of natural resources – mountains, forests,...
ArticleMAE HONG SON-PAI: A SUMMARY ESCAPE TO THE VALLEY OF ETHNIC GROUPS
Summer haze fills up Mae Hong Son’s valleys and occasionally adds a light grey color to the sky. However, spending a visit to Mae Hong Son and Pai dur
See & DoNamtok Mae Surin National Park
Namtok Mae Surin National Park was given national park status on 29 October 1981, as the 37th national park in Thailand. This natural wonder, which encompassed the Mueang Mae Hong Son and Khun Yuam Districts, covers an area of 98,002 acres.
See & DoTham Pla-Pha Suea National Park
In Mueang Mae Hong Son and Pang Mapha Districts, covers an area of approximately 488 square kilometres. The terrain is a complex mountain range consisting of hilly evergreen forests, pine forests, mixed deciduous forests, and deciduous dipterocarp...
ArticleBright Tribal Textiles Mae Hong Son
It is quite easy, especially for those with something for handicraft, to fall for the bright, colourful, and oftentimes intricate works of handmade...
See & DoHuai Nam Dang National Park
Covers approximately 1,252 square kilometres of two provinces; Mae Taeng and Wiang Haeng Districts in Chiang Mai and Pai District in Mae Hong Son. The topography consists of craggy mountains, with the highest of the peaks being Doi Chang. The Huai...
Article4 Natural Tourist Attractions in Mae Hong Son
Though Mae Hong Son has a small population, it covers a large swathe of land and is the eighth largest province in Thailand.