Lahu Tribes

Lahu Tribes

The Lahu tribes originally come from Tibet and the southwest of China. For the next 100 years, they lived in the south of China and northeast of Myanmar after migration. Later, they migrated to provinces like Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Mae Hong Son, Tak, and Kampaengphet provinces of Northern Thailand. Hunting is one the Lahu …

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hmong tribes mae hong son thailand

Hmong Tribes

Originally from Tibet and Mongolia, the Hmong Tribes migrated to China and resided there for several centuries. In 1857, Hmong Tribes move to Thailand and have been residing among the mountains of Chiang Rai, Payao, Nan, Chiang Mai, Mae Hong Son, Phrae, Lampang, Kampaengphet, Loei, Phitsanulok, Petchaboon, Sukhothai, and Tak provinces ever since. Hmong tribes …

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mae hong son trekking nature trail


Venturing off the usual path is always exciting, particularly in northern Thailand where sightseeing by foot, elephant, mountain bike, four-wheel drive vehicle, or river raft brings tourists close to the local inhabitants―farmers and hill tribe people who occupy high altitude settlements―and their traditional, rural ways.   The treks take tourists through forested mountains, high valleys …

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pai river cruise boat

Pai River Cruise

For tourists who prefer not to raft, the Pai river can be traversed by boat―just as fun as rafting. It takes only one hour for the long-tailed boat to take you down the river between two banks of unparalleled solitude; the morning fog sometimes creates a mystical, dream-like river. The mountain ranges, green trees, and …

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Khun Yuam, Mae Hong Son, Thailand

Khun Yuam

Khun Yuam is located in the south of the Mae Hong Son province, and neighbours the following administrative areas: the Kaya state of Myanmar and Mae Hong Son Muang district in the North; the Mae Chaem district in Chiang Mai province in the East; the Mae Lanoi district in the South, and the Kaya state …

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