Mae Hong Son (Thai: แม่ฮ่องสอน, pronounced [mɛ̂ː hɔ̂ŋ sɔ̌ːn]) is a town (thesaban mueang) in north-west Thailand, capital of Mae Hong Son Province. It is in the Shan Hills, near the border with Burma along the banks of the River Pai. As of 2005, the town had some 6,023 inhabitants. The town covers the tambon Chong Kham of the Mueang Mae Hong Son district. Mae Hong Son is 883 km north of Bangkok and 251 km north-west of Chiang Mai.
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4.5 based on 258 reviews
This temple and area around it was beautiful. It also has beautiful, panoramic views of Mae Hong Son the town and the surrounding mountains.
4.5 based on 115 reviews
I was there in August 2017 and hardly any other person in sight, it was tranquil and silent, an ideal place to relax for a few hours, or if you like, stay one night in one of the Bungalows available. You should definitely take a ride with one of the Bamboo rafts around the lake for 150THB per person, it is worth it. I also drove right around the lake just for photographic purpose. It is only 6 Km from Ban Rak Thai as you drive up.
4.5 based on 170 reviews
We have a quick trip to Ban Rak Thai village from Mae Hong Son. You should begin at 2p.m in MHS, then arrived at 3:30p.m. Then have a walk around Lee Wine resort, have dinner at the Lee Wine restaurant and wait for pattern at 6p.m. Be carefull when riding motorbike.
4.0 based on 285 reviews
The place to hang out and chill. All streets lead down to the water. Everyone in town heads here in the cool of the evening to walk, talk, sit and chow down. Nice handicrafts and breathtaking view of the lit up Wat.
3.5 based on 119 reviews
I have visited Huay Pu Keng in Mae Hong Son province twice. They are the first and only Kayan village that offers workshops. You can try your hand at weaving a hairband, making a brass bracelet and/or bamboo cup. You can also make a hike and learn about medicinal plants. Furthermore, you can plant trees together with the villagers. Next to the Kayan, there are 4 other tribes that are living in the village: Kayor, Tai Yai, Red Karen and Pakayor. They have so many interesting stories to tell! You can also do a homestay to stay a bit longer. Please ask for Aye Muang and Pay Yu, that organize tourism activities in the village. It's really valuable to learn and experience life in the village, go see for yourself! If you want to read more reviews: there is another page on Tripadvisor about Huay Pu Keng, called "Long neck village".
3.5 based on 30 reviews
Phuklon geographically means a mud source and natural mineral spring which is between 60-140 ° C. Rising together with the mineral water, boiling black mud is clean, free from sulfur smell and full of healthy mineral for the skin and blood circulation. Phuklone Country Club is introduced as a tourist attraction that provides tourists and visitors beauty- and healthcare services with Phuklone mud and mineral water. Promoted by the TAT, it is included in the UNSEEN IN THAILAND AND SPA IN PARADISE TOP 50 SPA IN THAILAND Mud Spa Products 1. Mud and mineral water for spa guests One of the advantages of Phu klon mud and mineral water of Thailand over the mud from Israel and Romania is the aromatic herbal application being introduced such as lemon grass, cucumber, turmeric and lime in addition to soil fragrance. 2. Phu klon Mud and mineral water are being processed to a variety of beauty- and healthcare products and service.
We a group of 5 from Singapore were there in early 2019. We had such a good time and bring back all the lovely memories of our treatment. The staffs were awesome scrubbing n plastering us with mud. I was so unique experience.must try.dont miss.
4.5 based on 192 reviews
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