Pai is an unexpected find in a remote mountain valley. Twenty years ago the town of Pai used to be a few dirt roads and shops, as tourists soon discovered the natural beauty of the Pai River and it’s surrounding valley, businesses and development followed not long after and it turned into the little backpacker settlement that it is today.
We left Chiang Mai and caught a bus to Pai it was a 5 hour bus journey & was very uncomfortable but for 80 baht we didn't mind . Pai was lovely a small village high up in the hills. It had a great arty ...
Posted in Katie's Travel Blog by Katie Jane
After a 3 hour journey of horribly winding roads up mountains, we finally arrive at Pai! We find our accommodation (nice flock of bungalows). As it was the main way of getting around, and the roads were really quiet, we rented a moped. (2 pounds for 24 hours!). On the way ...
Posted in Matt & Carys World Travel Trip 2012 by matt-carys