Its small town is not like any other city in Thailand. It has created its own unique and distinct character, which is based on an atmosphere rather than on special attractions. It is far away, not far from the northernmost towns of Thailand, Mae Hong Song and the vast Burma of Burmese borderless Shan.
is a dry and flat area similar to many other rural farming areas in this part of Thailand. Entertainment is part of the fun, as the narrow road winds are located at the top of beautiful mountains. The forests are lush and dense, the temperature is cool and the prospects are really breathtaking. Arriving at Pai feels like you have fled from the real world.
Pai attracts a number of different people, travelers from the new age and seeking peace and relaxation. This is far from Bangkok's pollution and noise, or from sophisticated hotels and commercial hotels in Phuket. There are no expensive and fascinating resorts found elsewhere in Thailand.
Riverside bungalows are the perfect place to stay and everything you need. Basic services and impromptu services are all part of the appeal, and lack of city development has helped keep its chilled reputation.
But do not be fooled by the idea that there's nothing to do in Pai. It offers a wide range of activities offered by a number of agents in the city, including enduro motorbike excursions, whitewater rafting and hiking. If you do not want to participate in an organized group, you can do your own business on the Pai Canyon or the waterfall in the northwestern part of the city. to make a motorboat and cruise along certain roads in the valley. The more adventurous you may want to try out the challenging terrain lines nearby. But if you just want to relax, you will not be disappointed either. It is also a good idea to call the little elephant camp, which is a short distance from the city and the hot springs, which is a great place to have a cool winter morning.
Pai has a steady stream of visitors in the dry winter months when weather is the best. During monsoon rains, the number of tourists is decreasing, and usually the backpackers who keep their businesses. The city also has a small group of foreigners who have missed their passionate lives in their homeland for something completely different. Somehow they get to the weird job and are happy to get involved with the local lifestyle.
Pai not only for foreigners, as the Thai people are also regular visitors. University students can especially enjoy a relaxed lifestyle and bohemian atmosphere and enjoy cheap accommodations and restaurants. Regular buses on the Mae Hong Song route often take a short time.
If you have limited time, and this is your first visit to the neighborhood, you are a great way to experience this part of North Thailand. There is a well-established "loop" that leads to Pai, Mae Hong Song, and returns to Chiang Mai via the southern approach and the stunning Doi Inthanon National Park.
Visitors have been growing steadily in Pai over the past few years, primarily because they were present in various guides and backpacks. The locals have many points of view as they continue to build restaurants, bars, pubs and places of excursion. Fortunately, none of the international hotel groups bought land or real estate in the area, so they keep the feeling of the small town.
However, near the old grass near the airport, it seems unlikely that Pai will retain his special appeal forever. If you plan to visit in the near future, you will surely enjoy the calm and quiet life of your life, a beautiful landscape, unforgettable roads and a wide range of great bars and restaurants.
Source by Andrew Bond