The Blog travel to Mae Hong Son

Su Tong Pae

Bamboo Bridge

About 20 minutes north of Mae Hong Son town. This 500-meter bamboo bridge is known for its name, which means “successful prayer.” It was built in 2012, purportedly to link a hill-top temple to the village itself.

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Salween River

Fantastic Thai and Burmese food

Located in the heart of Mae Hong Son, a charming small town in Northern Thailand. You will find Salween River Restaurant to be a lovely restaurant in a great location and deserving of its top rating.

The restaurant closed permanently due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Hern Home

Lovely & Cozy

“Hern” means “house” or “home” with an accent in the Tai Yai language. It’s a nice place with a pleasant design overall. It is neither expensive nor cheap if you have not compared it with other options.

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Crossroads Bar Mae Hong Son

Drinking, Eating and Seeing

Crossroads Bar is the only place to go in Mae Hong Son for a late-night beer with a good atmosphere. The shop is an antique house in the center of the city, now open as a restaurant. Location, at the corner of the main road and the heart of town.

The restaurant was closed permanently due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the fire broke out early on April 17, 2020.

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