Mae Hong Son,

Moo Ban Rak Thai Mae Aw,

Moo Ban Rak Thai (Mae Aw)

Ban Rak Thai is a small highland village nestled in the lush backcountry of Mae Hong Son province in Northern Thailand. It is set in a valley surrounded by hills and tea plantations on the edge of a reservoir. This sleepy village is famous for its breathtaking views and tea cultivation. Because of its remote location, the village is still little known to tourists, and that makes this place not heavily-touristed.

Pang Ung,

Pang Ung

Pang Ung which officially called The Royal Forest Project at Pang Tong 2 at Mae Hong Son of Northern Thailand is truly one of the most beautiful attractions in Thailand. It’s a small alpine lake and hill tribe village hidden away in the mountains very close to Myanmar border.

Mae Sariang,

Mae Sariang

Mae Sariang holds its own charm for those willing to get a bit off the beaten path. Smaller and lacking Pai’s notoriety, Mae Sariang promises quiet authenticity – an opportunity for a true northern Thai experience.

Padong Longneck Village,

Padong Longneck Village

About 1.5 hours from Mae Hong Son town, you can visit the Padong Longneck Village, where members of a local hill tribe still stretch their necks with golden rings. Girls begin wearing the rings at age four and more are added until they turn 25. Tourists pay a fee to enter the village, and often to take photographs as well.