Baan Rak Thai, Yunnan Chinese Village surrounded by a large valley in Mae Hong Son, the atmosphere here makes you hardly feel that you are in Thailand. One moment, secretly secretly I thought that he was in the set of a Chinese movie.
Cool and comfortable weather most of the year, except in winter. That will be very cold. Because it is 1,776 meters high above sea level, and aside from the very good weather, the area of Baan Rak Thai is ideal for cultivating good varieties of tea. And winter plants as well Here is a famous tourist destination in terms of tea and a lot of pork menu.
Baan Rak Thai Located at Village No. 6, Mok Champae Subdistrict, Mueang District, Mae Hong Son Province It is a former Yunnan Chinese village. The Chinese National Corps (93rd Division) “Kuomintang” Baan Rak Thai is located 1,776 meters above sea level, making the area ideal for cultivating good tea and winter plants, village scenery surrounded by mountains and abundant trees, Ban Rak Thai is a famous tourist destination for tea and mantou legs. Similar to Doi Mae Salong (Same corps), tourists come to this place to enjoy tea and eat pork leg steamed buns. Some escaped Chaos comes to silence. Of this house of Rak Thai Baan Rak Thai also offers many activities for tourists to enjoy, such as trekking, path study by a little guide to visit “Khuk Din” and horseback riding across Burma. Ban Rak Thai also has guest houses. Rim Nam (Baan Din) to serve tourists who must experience Close nature as well.
Getting to Baan Rak Thai
- By private car
Take the Mae Hong Son – Pai route (1095), leaving Mae Hong Son about 15 km. Tell the way to Phu Klon, turn left. (The same route as Phu Klon) The distance from the entrance – Ban Rak Thai is about 29 km. When you turn left, go straight and continue. Phat Mat Waterfall Pang Tong Palace The path will be a steep entrance with a moderate bend (Ang Khang children). This route will pass the house, including Thailand for another 7 km, will reach Ban Rak Thai.
From Mae Hong Son town Take a minibus, Mae Hong Son Line – Ban Rak Thai (Mae O), the bus terminal is behind the Sai Yud market.