Mae Hong Son Classic Full Day Tour

Overviews: Travel along slope and curving roads towards tourist attractions on borders of Thailand and Myanmar, visit Rak Thai Village which is the village of Yunnan people who immigrated to settle down along the border during revolution period in China, taste full-flavored tea and excellent Yunnan-style meals and visit Ruam Thai Village or known as “Pang Aung” hidden in the valley and embrace the beauty of winter flowers and pine trees along the mountain ridges. Enjoy walking on Sutong Pe Bridge which is a bamboo bridge across the rice fields and admire way of living of farmers and rural people. The travel routes are rich of various plants and amazing scenery. Simple life and beautiful cultures and traditions of the locals are charms and worth visiting.

Highlights: Phra That Doi Kong Mu Temple, Jong Kham and Jong Klang Temples, Pha Sua Waterfall, Ban Rak Thai Chinese Village, Ban Ruam Thai Shan Village (Pang Oung), Su Tong Pae Bamboo Bridge (Lunch)

Prices:
● 1 Person  5,000 ฿
● 2 Persons 2,800 ฿
● 3 Persons 2,400 ฿
● 4 Persons 2,000 ฿
● 5 Persons up 1,700 ฿
● Price per person / Thai baht / Private tour

Included:
● English speaking guide
● Travel accident insurance
● Admission fees as tour mentioned
● Meals as mentioned in the program, 1 Lunch

Excluded:
● Personal expenses
● Meals are not mentioned in the program

Maps:
Mae Hong Son Classic Full Day Tour

Itinerary:
Full Itinerary


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