Sob Moei is the smallest district in Mae Hong Son. However, Sob Moei is no less breathtaking than any other of the districts. This district still practices a simple lifestyle and upholds their original culture. The district’s natural surroundings are also attractive to tourists. Mae Ngao National Park The park, located about 15 km from […]
Things To Do in Mae Sariang: Mae Sariang is the oldest district of the Mae Hong Son province has been inhabited by hill tribes for many, many years. It also holds an important place in the history of Lanna. Mae Sariang is the representative district of civilization; tourists should not miss its natural, dense forests,
Pai, one of the loveliest districts in the Mae Hong Son, attracts tourists to visit every year, and has plenty of Thing to Do sites. Its charm and beauty lure vacationers to return throughout the year, every year. Huai Nam Dung One of the foggiest places in the Moo 7 Wiang Nua sub-district borders the Mae
This quiet, calm, peaceful district transforms into upbeat and lively when the cold season arrives. The colors of the Mexican flowers are witnessed over on the Mae U-Kho Mountain. Both Thai residents and foreign tourists come to enjoy the invigorating, refreshing cold air and admire the spectacular display. Tourists can visit many other interesting places
Things To Do in Mae Lanoi: The calm, peaceful district is nestled in the mountains with many interesting places for tourists to visit. An alternative to visiting Mae Lanoi is a day trip to Mae Kampong, which is located in Mae On district of Chiang Mai province, just an hour’s drive from Chiang Mai city.
In the Pang Ma Pha district located 67 km north of the Mae Hong Son province, a sweeping landscape with majestic mountains frames the region. The area is inhabited by hill tribes, such as Lisu and Lahu who also live among town people. One fascinating place is Lod Cave, a big cave through which the
Mae Hong Son, the fantastic province in the west northernmost of Thailand, In ancient times the difficulty of transportation nearly cut off the province from the outside world but the breathtaking natural landscape, divermsity in culture, traditions and a simple lifestyle makes it a popular destination for world tourists. If a bike or car is