A leading motorbike hire company in Chiang Mai has put together some great ideas on places to visit from Chiang Mai to Pai. The Chiang Mai to Pai road trip has become a huge favourite with motorbike lovers. Sakura Rental, who provide Yamaha MIO 125 and Honda Click 125 has said the best way to explore the route is on a motorbike.
Mok Fah Waterfall
Mok Fah Waterfall is one of the beautiful waterfalls in the world and is in Doi Suthep-Pui National Park in the Mueang district. When you arrive at the park office you have two choices of walking routes to take to the waterfall. You can take the direct route, or you can take the most popular and the most recommended nature trail route.
There is so much to see and do here including bird watching, camping and of course swimming. The Mok Fah Waterfall has crystal clear water and on a hot day taking a nice long swim is highly recommended. When you are heading back from the Mok Fah Waterfall follow the route by the river. You will come across a smaller waterfall which is called Ob Noi.
On the way to the next highly recommended destination which is Pong Deud Geyser you will come across some lovely coffee shops. You cannot go on the Chiang Mai to Pai without stopping at one of these coffee shops.
Pong Deud Geyser
The hot springs in Thailand is a truly amazing experience. You will have to travel around 6.5 km on your motorbike to reach Pong Deud Geyser which is in Huai Nam Dang National Park Mae Tang district, Chiang Mai Province. The water is hot coming out of the ground, and don’t be surprised due to how hot the water is that you see people putting eggs on the water to cook them.
There are facilities for people who want to stay over night at the Pong Deud Geyser. You can stay in a tent or a bungalow. The picturesque views of the mountain forest is truly amazing, and with so much do to and with the romantic feel it has, it is no wonder why so many people make a point of staying there on their honeymoon.
Chinese Yunnan village
That must be on the list while taking a motorbike tour from Chiang Mai is the Chinese Yunnan village. The village which is also known as the Santichon Village has become a huge tourist attraction in recent years. It was first opened in February 2005 by Mae Hong Son deputy governor Mr. Prasit Prasertsri and since then has attracted people from all over the world.
It has a lot of great places to eat and some wonderful shops, but more importantly, it allows people to experience the Yunnan way of life.
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