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Welcome to our home, in the town center at Pai river corner, 5 minutes from bus station.
All of our huts are built from natural materials to create an environment that is as relaxed and interesting as Pai.
Our local team of Village staff, led by professional management, standing by ready to serve you in local style,
with the true touch of Thai hospitality. Smiles will surround you and memories will be made.
Deluxe Hut, Fan (10 units, 25 sq.m.)With a full size bed, bathroom with hot water. Deluxe Huts have an open terrace from which to enjoy peaceful garden views.
Deluxe Hut, A/C (27 units, 25 sq.m.)Featuring a full size bed, bathroom with hot water. Deluxe Huts have peaceful garden views and nice terrace.
Poppies Wine Bar & Restaurant
is quite spacious and modern two story
restaurant offering seating for up to 80 people. Serving a variety of
food from authentic Thai, including delicious curries and Northern Specialties,
as well as Italian fare and a wide selection of international delights
Poppies has quickly become a local favorite. While the food is plentiful
and hearty, the menu price is light on the budget, since many ingredients
are locally obtained.
wine bar is one of the fulfilling amenities. Guest can enjoy lounging around by the terrace overlooking the garden, river and watching locals pass by while enjoying a creative cocktail or glass of wine which is sure to be priced better than any other outlet in Pai. We guarantee it!
Attracted by easy living and a small but lively music scene, Pai nowadays also features a sizeable amount of long-term visitors - mostly farang and Japanese - who use the town as a place to 'chill-out' between excursions elsewhere in Asia.
There are many good places in Pai, however we highly recommended a visit to A The Massage@Mamalon roma Massage There are many local banks located in Pai Town that have ATM and foreign exchange services.
Siam Used Books (Rangsiyanon Road)
carries a good selection of used fiction and nonfiction. Wat Phra That Mae Yen This temple sits a top a hill and has good views overlooking the valley. Walk 1 km east from the main intersection in town, across a stream and through a village, to get to the stairs (a decent climb - 353 steps) that lead to the top. Or take the 400m sealed road that follows a different route to the top.
Pai is considered to be the 'Phangan' of the mountains and as we
do in Koh Phangan at Baan Panburi Village, we aim to be the best natural
accommodation in Pai to serve you as your home away from home. and to
live to our tradition as having the friendliest service and smile, and
take care of travelers and guests whom we considered as our friends.
Beside providing clean traditional hut accommodations and travelers
guide, we also provide you with great food as well.
It first appears that there's not a lot to see in Pai (pronounced like the English word 'bye' not 'pie'), a peaceful crossroads town about halfway between Chiang Mai and Mae Hong Son. But if you stick around a few days and talk to some of the locals, you may discover some beautiful spots in the surrounding hills.
Most of the town's population are Shan and Thai, but there' s also a small but visible Muslim Chinese population. Attracted by easy living and a small live music scene, Pai nowadays also features a sizeable collection of long-term visitors - mostly farang and Japanese - who use the town as a place to chill out between excursion elsewhere in Asia.
Northwest of town , a Shan village, a Lahu village and Lisu village, a KMT village called Ban Santichon (San Ti Chuen in Yunnanese) and Nam Tok Mo Paeng can all be visited on foot. The Shan, Lisu and KMT villages lie within 4km of Pai, while the Lahu village is near Nam Tok Mo Paeng, which is another 4 km farther from town (8 km total).
You can cut the hike in half by taking a Mae Hong Son - bound bus north about 5 km and getting off at a signpost for the falls; from the highway it's only 4 km (about 2 km beyond the Pai Mountain Lodge).