Mae Yen Waterfall combines the great outdoors with adventure in a scenic setting giving you the ultimate combination for a delightful holiday in...
Chiang Mai Pai Attractions
Pai is a popular destination for travellers as it is a small rural town located in the northern parts of Thailand and has a casual and relaxed vibe.
There are many things to do whilst in Pai including hikes and waterfalls, visiting the night market, enjoying food and drinks in the many venues around town, checking out the canyon or simply relaxing.
Best Attractions, Things To Do & Adventure Activities in Pai, Thailand
There is also a popular night market in Pai held every evening which sells tasty food and drinks, hand crafted items, artworks and souvenirs. Prices can be bartered and there are plenty of restaurants and bars nearby where you can stop and people watch for a while.
Click the links below to explore the full range of attractions and activities to enjoy during your visit to Pai.
Mae Yen Waterfall combines the great outdoors with adventure in a scenic setting giving you the ultimate combination for a delightful holiday in Thailand.
The Sai Ngam Hot Spring (also known as the Secret Hot Springs) is located 15 kilometres north of Pai and can be reached by scooter. With entry only costing 20 THB, this is certainly a great place to come and relax...
Pam Bok Waterfall is an idyllic getaway for a wet adventure if you are looking to experience Pai’s magic in the most beautiful of falls in the region.
Mo Paeng Waterfall is a stunning natural attraction just 6 miles from Pai, and easily one of the most accessible waterfalls in all of Thailand.
Pai Canyon could best be described as Thailand’s very own Grand Canyon if its sheer breath-taking beauty and stunning views are anything to go by.
Pai Hot Springs are a central point for tourists in Huai Nam Dang Park, 5 miles south of Pai. The attraction is a magnet for all types of travellers.
Lod Cave, also known as Tham Lod, is a set of limestone caves and rivers located in the northern-Thai city of Pai. Guided tours are available through the caves for a small price where you will be guided through dark...
Coffee in Love is a cafe located in Pai, just 2.5 kilometres south on the main road. There is a large sign located on your left which you cannot miss. Famous as the location of a Thai Film set here in 2009 (Pai in Love)...
The Pai Walking Street (Pai Night Market) is a food and craft market that operates every night in the centre of Pai. You will find the market along Chaisongkran Road and Rungsiyanon Road from around 6pm until 10.30pm...
Pai Memorial Bridge is a fascinating tourist attraction in the town, and continues to draw tourists, not just from Asia, but from other continents as well.
Pai Piranha Fishing Park is an accessible tourist attraction, ideal for the whole family. The park is just ten minutes from the central city district.
Land Split Pai is a fascinating attraction nestled in Pai. It also attests to one man’s ingenuity to create a tourist destination out of tragedy.
Pai River traces its source to Daen Lao mountain ranges in Pai, and flows through the town and across the border. Its course offers magnificent sights.
Pai Chinese Village is, just as the name suggests, the cultural melting point for Thai culture and the Chinese way of life right in the heart of Pai.
Pai Village Farm is a dream come true for the quintessential traveller, a perfect blend of the countryside with nuances of a modern lifestyle.
Wat Nam Hoo is a key temple in Pai, and it attracts both devout locals and tourists. Home to the sacred Buddha image, this is a must-visit temple.
The Yun Lai Viewpoint is an incredibly picturesque spot near the heart of Pai. Located just three hours away from Chiang Mai, the viewpoint is best explored when you combine it with Pai’s many other scenic attractions...
Pai trekking is the perfect activity for the intrepid tourist who loves outdoor adventure, and is excited to see wildlife in their natural environment.