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  • Hi, good morning, I'm Khoai~
  • Welcome to Khoai Lang Thang channel
  • So...
  • As you can see behind me
  • This is..
  • I've worn the pack on my back already
  • And here is my luggage to go to Pai village
  • Pai is a very beautiful village
  • It's about 120-130km from Chiang Mai
  • And now I'm gonna go there by motorbike
  • I've just checked out and committed my suitcase to here
  • And I'll stay at Pai village in 2-3 days
  • Then I'll go back to Chiang Mai to join Yi Peng Festival
  • Ok, please wait for me
  • I will go there and if it has a beautiful sight or something good, I will record and share with you
  • On the way to Pai village, I've encountered...
  • A coconut stall
  • They are peeling coconut
  • They have "Xiem" coconut, aromatic coconut and grilled coconut
  • Grilled coconuts are here
  • Grilled coconuts are available and put on a shelf like that
  • Aromatic coconuts are packaged into each pocket like this in order for customers to buy and take away
  • I'll buy an iced grilled coconut to try its taste
  • Grilled coconut is one of the specialities that Thai people really love
  • This is my grilled coconut and it's just 37 Baht
  • It's kinda sweet but it has the smell of...
  • Coconut oil
  • When copra is grilled, it will leak out the coconut oil and dissolve in coconut juice
  • So when we drink grilled coconut, we can taste a subtle smell of coconut oil inside
  • It's been chilled already
  • Quite rich
  • Generally, its flavour is very different from fresh coconut's flavour
  • I prefer fresh coconut to grilled coconut
  • But Thai people do love drinking grilled coconut
  • Including durian
  • They really like eating grilled durian
  • But...
  • As I see that taste of fresh coconut is...
  • The best when it's still fresh
  • Because when it's grilled, you will taste the smell of coconut oil
  • So I feel it's not suitable for me
  • There are so many vehicles along the highway
  • And now I continue driving to Pai village
  • Just wait for me!
  • Pai is a small town in Northern of Thailand and near the Myanmar border
  • To come to Pai village, I have to go through 762 bends of sloping streets which are 136km in length
  • The road to Pai has a green color of forest mixed with a cool wind at the end of the year
  • That's the reason why I chose a motorbike to move from Chiang Mai to Pai
  • Surely it's hotter in summer so you can consider carefully
  • In case you want to rent a motorbike in Thailand, you must change your license into international license in advance in Viet Nam
  • A motorbike rental price in Thailand is about 100.000 - 200.000VND per day according to custom types
  • It's even cheaper if you rent for a long time
  • Good morning everyone. I'm Khoai.
  • It took me about 4 hours to go from Chiang Mai to Pai
  • So when I arrived here, it was already evening
  • So I couldn't film the view of this place for you to see
  • This is kinda...
  • an isolated house
  • There are 4-5 houses like this in an area
  • The host is so pleasant
  • It was too cold last night
  • And it had fog in the early morning
  • Yesterday, I was quite tired so I couldn't film my room to show you
  • So it's a mess inside
  • Because I messed up too much when I slept last night
  • When I wake up, the atmosphere is so fresh in the morning
  • There are some cows with bells tinkling over there
  • Don't know if you can hear it clearly
  • I really like the accommodation that I'm staying
  • In the front, there is...
  • Here
  • I'm sitting on an elbow chair to enjoy the view
  • With the country style of Pai village
  • There is a paddy field over there
  • But people harvested it already
  • Cows are standing in this corner
  • There are many plants in front of the house
  • It's pretty green and fresh
  • There is another house there
  • It seems they are still sleeping
  • Here is my room
  • Can you see the bed?
  • I folded it neatly in this morning
  • In the front, there is always a chair for us to enjoy the sunshine
  • There is also a place for us to..
  • Take off and wear our shoes
  • The room is just simply designed
  • It has..
  • Don't you see that fan?
  • That fan is in the commercial which the woman spin it like this
  • It's very common in Indian movies or Thai movies
  • And this is a mosquito-net to prevent mosquitoes
  • If there are mosquitoes at night, you just need to hang it like this
  • Everything inside is almost made from bamboo
  • I just introduce to you a little bit about my accommodation in Chiang Mai
  • Now I'll go to the village
  • To find something for breakfast and...
  • To have the energy to explore Pai village
  • There are so many interesting things around here
  • I'll film and share with you
  • Wait for me!
  • Here!
  • Here are some cows in a little while ago
  • The cows are fed in this whole field
  • There are buffaloes, too
  • I'm driving along the road of this village
  • In order to go back to the town
  • The atmosphere is quite cool as Da Lat
  • There are many types of the resort around here
  • Don't you see there?
  • It's also a resort area
  • And some isolated houses
  • Here is a paddy field
  • It seems like terraced fields in the Northeast and Northwest of Viet Nam
  • It slopes gently but not high
  • People harvested over there, but this side is still green
  • Don't you see there are still cloudy
  • Clouds hover over our eye level
  • Far away, people are gathering the stubblefield
  • So crowded
  • There is a field which hasn't been harvesting yet
  • So it's more beautiful
  • Wow! So cool!
  • Some starlings are 'dancing' ahead
  • There are so many birds and squirrels around here
  • Here!
  • This field isn't harvested, too
  • How odd!
  • It's kinda not to be...
  • ...harvested at the same time
  • It's still so green on that side
  • But this side was lush with ripening rice
  • And this side has been harvested already
  • These straw is dry and stacked
  • At the same time with the same field, but each part doesn't in the same state
  • Have you noticed that there are some plants or flowers in front of every house?
  • It looks so adorable
  • Their houses are also small
  • And have a garden
  • Why this area is so ugly?
  • Why does the dog suddenly stand in the street?
  • The feeling of driving on the road which is surrounded with full of flowers
  • I do love this feeling
  • I'm nearly coming to the store
  • "Homegrown foods are just as good as homegrown foods"
  • On the right
  • I'm coming to a special store
  • It seems like...
  • They sell many types of fruit or dishes which are homegrown or homemade
  • And we don't have to pay at the fixed price
  • We can pay how much as we want, depending on our will and satisfaction
  • This is the front
  • This is the entrance
  • There are some dogs sitting in the front and looking out
  • Here is...
  • A stall
  • And inside,
  • There are some small tables for everyone to sit on
  • [Seller]: Try something
  • [Seller]: Red atiso flower beverage and speciality garden fruits
  • [Khoai]: Hmmm
  • [Khoai]: Peanut
  • He's cutting a papaya
  • The sound of a knife hurtled against a bowl makes me get goose-flesh
  • There are also dried bananas
  • [Khoai]: Thank you
  • A little while ago, I said: "Sa-wa-dee krup"
  • And he thought I'm Thai
  • I'll try a piece of papaya
  • It's still fresh and tough
  • And it has a smell
  • The smell of sap as it's just picked on the tree a moment ago
  • He said that everything here was brought from his garden
  • Every day there will be a little
  • Peanuts and...
  • Red atiso flower beverage and dried bananas are available every day
  • Some others like sweet potatoes,
  • Ripe bananas,
  • Or papayas are just available here when they are ripened
  • Hmm, papaya is so delicious
  • Normally I don't like to eat papaya
  • Hmm, sour and fragrant!
  • It seems to be slightly fermented
  • They also have...
  • Peanuts and boiled sweet potatoes
  • Caramelized tamarind
  • And red atiso flower jam
  • There is a box for everyone to pay at their will and pleasure
  • There are 2 dogs lying out there
  • They are lying in the same pose
  • One is male and one is female
  • Here is a space for seating
  • I'll go inside there later to see the Pai Land Split
  • Can you see it in these pictures?
  • In 2008, it cracked like this
  • Then it cracked larger in 2009
  • In 2011, it cracked even larger
  • It's just a small fissure in the past
  • This thing can make sound
  • When the wind blows in it
  • Oh, each one has a different sound
  • Inside this...
  • Let me put...
  • My glass of beverage here
  • Hmm, these are some notebooks in order for the customers to write something in when they came here
  • Dạ~
  • Yes yes yes
  • Thank you
  • He said: "There are some women making dried bananas and fried bananas out there"
  • And I bought a box of peanut here
  • It costs 40 Baht
  • Peanuts have been peeled away the outer layer
  • It's very tasty!
  • It's very rich and crunchy
  • Here are some women making fried bananas here
  • Sa-wa-dee krup
  • Ohhh
  • She is peeling these bananas thinly
  • These slices of banana are half dried already
  • Ohhh
  • Half-ripe bananas have been sliced
  • Then put into it for deep-frying
  • Oh, it's so hot
  • It is made in the same way as Vietnam
  • They deep-fry it and also cover it with a layer of...
  • Sugar or sesame
  • Or nothing
  • Then let it dry and drain off the oil and eat
  • I usually mistake it for dried bananas
  • But it's actually fried banana
  • Yes, I'm trying there
  • Aroy (meaning: delicious)
  • Ya
  • Ya
  • She said: "Aroy means very delicious"
  • They have to pick out piece by piece in order for these slices not to be stuck together
  • These are cut by cutting machine
  • Bananas have to be half-ripe, not to be ripe
  • Because ripe bananas can be used to make this food
  • He thinks I'm the Cantonese
  • Oh, I'm Vietnamese
  • Viet Nam
  • Do you know Vietnam?
  • Ahh
  • Could you hear that guy spoke Chinese a moment ago?
  • Because there are so many Chinese here
  • The Chinese in Yunnan in the past
  • They moved to Pai
  • In the period of Mao Zedong
  • There are mainly some guys...
  • The soldiers in an old regime
  • When Mao Zedong did an operation as...
  • Hmmm, the mopping-up operation
  • And the soldiers in an old regime were not satisfied with the new regime of Mao Zedong
  • So they moved to Pai village in Thailand
  • So you can see there are so many Chinese
  • The population here is primarily Yunnan people
  • Yunnan is the most popular ethnic people in the North of Thailand or also Myanmar
  • When we travel to Myanmar, we will see many of Myanmar's cuisines affected by Yunnan people
  • And there are also Thai people here
  • Of course!!
  • This is Thailand
  • This dog just wakes up
  • But it's still so sleepy
  • Hey, wake up!
  • Wake up!!
  • Now I'll go on sightseeing around this garden
  • They plant a lot of red atiso flower trees
  • It's in bloom
  • But when they make beverages or jam, they just use this flower
  • In the past, this is just a normal garden
  • This fissure split off and cracked deeper day by day
  • You can see that they also plant trees over there
  • And it split off tens of meters
  • How strange!
  • It's just in a normal garden
  • Now the owner allows people to visit for free
  • There is a slope ahead
  • We can look up at above here
  • Here are all the ferns growing
  • Don't know if I can go out or not when I go there
  • Actually, the Land Split is not too special
  • His garden is the reason which attracts me to come here
  • People here are so friendly
  • We can come here to enjoy the local specialities, fruits in their garden and homemade foods
  • And...The good thing here is...
  • About a donation box
  • You please pay money according to your satisfaction
  • So I see that people actually pay more than the item's value
  • That's also a pretty cute and good business type
  • I'm going to a banana garden
  • His garden is full of plants
  • Such as banana trees and some fruit trees
  • And some...
  • Papaya trees
  • Bambuseae and bamboo
  • Red atiso flower
  • It seems like a banana wood
  • How dare this banana tree get in my way?!
  • I'm not afraid of you
  • I will huddle over you
  • Why is there no bunch of bananas in this banana garden?
  • There are all trees
  • Banana trees are so tall
  • As I see, there is a 2-sprout papaya tree
  • A lot of sprouts, not only 2
  • This is a bole
  • This is the old stump of the tree
  • They cut across it already
  • But now it has grown up 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8...
  • ...dozen of little sprouts
  • And the special thing is
  • These sprouts also have fruits
  • Wow! This papaya tree is very special
  • The owner should fence it in so as for visitors to visit and take photos
  • There is a papaya tree in front of me
  • It has 5-6 sprouts
  • How can he plant them so well?
  • Any his papaya trees also have many sprouts
  • Can you see that?
  • This is the main bole split into 2 sprouts
  • These sprouts also have fruits
  • Actually, papaya trees which I plant in my countryside also have a lot of sprouts like this
  • But it's so rare to have many good fruits in each sprout
  • Just sometimes
  • There are some papaya trees with dozen of sprouts here
  • I think he purposely did it to make visitors interested
  • That's it
  • He cut across every papaya tree
  • Ok, I get it
  • I just thought it naturally grows many sprouts
  • I'm so unexpected that he used...
  • ...the technique to split it into many sprouts for people to watch
  • There are so many papaya trees with sprouts along the road
  • Bye bye
  • These are laziest dogs in the world
  • His store is so crowded now
  • The guests are sitting from the inside out
  • I'll continue hanging out
  • Over there is a beautiful rice-growing village
  • Wowww
  • Wow, can you see some dry trees over there?
  • The sky is very blue
  • And it suddenly has some dry trees over there
  • These trees lost all the leaves
  • It's like I'm somewhere else...
  • Not Asia
  • It seems like I'm in Africa or somewhere else
  • Can you see the paddy field?
  • They still haven't harvested this paddy field
  • The rice is golden ripened
  • The sky is so blue
  • It is exactly the same color as the sky when I travelled to Europe
  • Oh there's a river runs across...
  • ...the road
  • I'll park my motorbike here~
  • I've just parked my motorbike at the behind and I'm walking up here
  • There's a bamboo bridge to cross the fields, it's very cute
  • They also grow flowers to decorate
  • There's a eatery here
  • Some foreigners are eating inside
  • The path is small and cute
  • and straight over there
  • You can see along the path are a lot of mulberry trees with berries on them
  • Woww~
  • A lot of berries
  • But maybe I can't eat these, because they're growing these trees for...
  • ...decoration
  • There's a big stump and they make a...
  • ...place for people to take a rest
  • It's so cute~
  • This rice is harvested in the morning
  • These people are also like our Northeast and Northwest ethnic people
  • After harvesting, the will spread the rice along like this...
  • ...for about 1-2 days to dry the rice and then they will...
  • ...thresh the rice later
  • Oh~ they sell tickets here, 30 Baht for 1 person
  • Thank you~
  • Oh~ orchids... They're fake
  • Huhu, why they harvest the rice so soon like this
  • I just need to come here early for 1-2 days to see the fields
  • There're still rice on the plants
  • They've just harvested and dried them here
  • Whyyyyyy....
  • Along 2 sides of the path is garden cosmos
  • This bridge is knitted with flattened bamboo
  • There's a small strawberry garden
  • You can see there're a lot of small eateries
  • small coffee shops and small places to rest here
  • At night, they'll light up these lights
  • Strawberry
  • There haven't any berries yet
  • People are watering and fertilizing down there
  • He's grinding the soil
  • I'll continue going straight ahead
  • Oh that's a coconut-leaf gate
  • Just looks like a wedding gate
  • There's like a small hall inside
  • They're growing this rice mainly for tourism
  • And they grow the rice that can grow for a longer time
  • so the rice will ripen for a longer time
  • The rice for eating is not gonna so ripe like this
  • But it's so beautiful
  • The leaves are yellow
  • But these rice...
  • they're kinda small and flat
  • Only for viewing
  • This is also a cool way to develop the tourism
  • They're collecting the rice straw
  • and pile it up like that
  • This straw is still having the rice inside
  • But they still don't use it
  • It's proved that this place is only made for tourism
  • So I think Thailand is very good in making something from nothing to develop their tourism
  • These are real fields of the farmers
  • I've just arrived to a...
  • ...small eatery
  • of a middle-age woman, maybe she's over 50 now
  • It's very cute
  • with vintage decorating stuffs
  • If I go here, I can see my table is over there
  • I'll seat there
  • The chair which is just like in fairy tales
  • And I ordered a Tom Yum, maybe she's preparing out here
  • This is the area behind her house
  • She's picking some lemongrass
  • To make Tom Yum
  • Dạ~
  • She's picking some lemongrass and...
  • Dạ~
  • Lemongrass and kaffir lime leaves to make Tomyum
  • Every ingredients are all grown in the garden
  • - I have the kaffir lime
  • Dạ~
  • - Same in your country huh?
  • [Khoai]: Yeah, in my country, I call this is "lá chúc"
  • - "Lá chúc"? - Yeah
  • - In Thailand, we call it "Makrud"
  • [Khoai]: "Makrud"?
  • Dạ~
  • - Is your country has...
  • ...butterfly pea?
  • [Khoai]: Yeah
  • [Khoai]: Uhm...we call it "đậu biếc"
  • - Huh? - "Đậu biếc", "đậu biếc"
  • Dạ~
  • [Khoai]: Yeah, not easy
  • Her eatery is kinda cute, so small
  • There's a bed here
  • and a table for everyone to sit around
  • There's an elbow chair here, a big table there
  • a stone bench outside
  • and a reception, for her to welcome the guests and make coffee
  • So...
  • She said that it's afternoon now
  • not so much guests anymore, so she lets me sit in the biggest table and the most comfortable chair
  • It's so cute, there're some wood sculptures
  • This chair looks like in fairy tales
  • Like I've been lost in a...
  • ...a wizard's house
  • She also decorates with some lamps up here
  • There're many trees around here so it's kinda dark
  • Oh~ she gives me a cake
  • I'll come here for having a better light
  • There're so many trees around here so it's so dark
  • This one is like Vietnamese buckwheat cake
  • and then baked
  • I'll try it
  • Uhm~
  • This cake is made by black rice
  • but she didn't add sugar in here, she just...
  • ...baked to have a crispy crust and she had steamed it before
  • So inside is chewy and crispy on the outside
  • You can see that this roof is made from teak leaves
  • Teak is one of the most common leaves in Thailand, especially in the North of Thailand
  • In Vietnam, teak is also grown a lot, to make wood
  • Teak is called "Tếch" in Vietnam
  • Thai people use this tree a lot in daily life
  • This is such a silhouette area, I'll move to another place
  • Can you see that, the leaves are very big
  • And they can also use it to cover the vegetable or strawberry beds
  • to help the vegetables and strawberries don't touch the ground, avoiding rotten
  • Or they can stick them into layers like this, to make roof
  • This is her menu, you can see that it's also very mysterious
  • This carrot is also applied eyeliner
  • Looks so scary
  • I ordered 1 serving of stir-fried mushrooms
  • with chicken and 1 serving of
  • Tom Yum. Here she doesn't have...
  • doesn't have shrimp Tom Yum, just have Chicken Tom Yum or Pork Tom Yum
  • I just ordered stir-fried mushrooms with chicken so now I will order Pork Tom Yum
  • The price is very cheap, 60-90 Baht, about
  • 40,000-70,000 VND per 1 dish
  • and I will order 1 Thai milk-tea
  • and she is preparing inside
  • She has a lot of materials here, including
  • eggplant, tomato,
  • which is little. Ahh, this is emblic
  • If we eat it and drink water, it will taste sweet
  • She is preparing the materials to cook here
  • The materials are also familiar with Vietnamese
  • She is cutting a galangal
  • In the...
  • Tom Yum of Thailand always has galangal,
  • lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves and a little bit of
  • coconut milk
  • also much kaffir lime juice and lime juice
  • She is cutting this galangal into thin slices
  • Vietnamese don't often eat galangal because
  • its smell is more pungent
  • Sometimes we just use it to cooked salty food
  • But in Thailand, galangal is...
  • ...so popular. Most of the foods you eat,
  • they all have galangal inside, little or much
  • Especially soups
  • She peels off the skin and cuts it into pieces
  • Lemongrass, galangal,
  • Kaffir leaves
  • She will tear these leaves apart
  • My meal is brought out
  • There is Tom Yum, Tom Yum with pork
  • and fried mushrooms with chicken
  • So delicious!
  • This is just 60 Baht, about more than 30,000 VND
  • and this one costs 90 Baht
  • So fragrant! Can you smell that? It smells so good~
  • It includes...
  • ... coconut milk, galangal, lots of mushrooms,
  • chicken
  • Seem like today she cooked 2 dishes with chicken, I can see chicken in this too
  • I have ordered pork, perhaps she had some mistakes, no problem
  • I will scoop a spoonful of stir-fried foods and rice
  • She fried so fragrantly
  • There are garlic and onion, she stir-fried them
  • and then stir-fried with mushrooms, the taste of mushrooms so fragrant
  • [Khoai]: Aroy~
  • She asked me if it is tasty and I told it's so tasty
  • So delicious! In general, her stir-frying technique is so... skillful
  • I very like stir-fried foods that have a bit of burning smell
  • Maybe the smell of fried garlic or
  • stir-fried pork that is burned a bit
  • How fragrant it is! But it is too much
  • As you see that dish too big, I must try my best eating
  • Because there is also a Tom Yum bowl here
  • Tom Yum in Thailand always has a little of the coconut milk
  • Do you see that? Coconut milk is opaque
  • And I ordered one medium spicy serving but you can see that there're about 7-8 chillies
  • So fragrant and have a smell of kaffir lime leaves
  • This is kaffir lime leaf
  • Kaffir lime leaves have a similar smell to lime leaves but more pungent
  • Normally, kaffir lime leaves are planted a lot in An Giang
  • also Cambodia and in Thailand, they also use it a lot
  • Now I will try this Tom Yum
  • This has a taste like
  • sweet, sour and salty also fragrant of fish sauce
  • Quite spicy. Here is the medium spicy but I feel very spicy
  • There is a lot of meat
  • Umm... chicken, chicken breast
  • "Tom" means...
  • "Tom" in Thai means a type of soup
  • and "Yum" means a kind of sour and spicy spice
  • So just hear its name, we know immediately it means...
  • ...a sour and spicy soup
  • And she just made this spicy a little bit. Normally, I see Tom Yum in the other places
  • have bold red color of chilies on their surface
  • But here she said...
  • ...The first question she asked me is if I wanna eat much spicy or not
  • I told her I eat normally spicy so she reduced the chilies
  • Now maybe I will focus on eating my meal
  • After that, I will sit here for a moment, drink this Thai milk-tea
  • Here she also makes this Thai milk-tea but it's kinda sweet
  • So if you wanna drink, you should tell her to make it with less sugar
  • And in the afternoon, a few moments later,
  • I will quickly go there to watch the sunset
  • because every time I went to watch the sunset, I was late
  • Hope that today I won't be late to watch the sunset
  • Wait for me a minute, I will come back and share with you there
  • The truth is that I missed the sunset
  • why?
  • Because I forgot that the sun will set down the mountain
  • And when the sun sets like this, the sun will set before 30 minutes than usual
  • The time I go to watch the sunset is 6:00PM
  • Now is 5:30 but the sun has set already
  • So I missed the sunset
  • Do you see there is a lot of people go down around me?
  • That means they have watched already
  • and now they go home
  • But it's ok, sunset often leaves a very beautiful halo
  • Now I will go there and watch that halo
  • Hope it'll more beautiful than usual to
  • make up for that I forgot the moment of the sunset
  • After about 7-8 minutes of walking and climbing up the mountain,
  • I have arrived here
  • There is an artist here
  • There are still many people standing here
  • Now there's a pink halo
  • it will be more red in just a few moments later
  • Oh, I'm exactly a...
  • Why do I always forget watching the sunset?
  • A lot of people go there to shooting. That place...
  • ...which is the most popular for everyone to shooting here
  • But you see that it is very dangerous. The girl is sitting on the top,
  • and deep down here is an abyss
  • It's very dangerous, if there're any mistakes
  • This is like a dinosaur's backbone
  • it is a harder geological part than usual
  • These were fallen and weathered by the time
  • and rain as well as wind, it was eroded
  • It just leaves only a...
  • ...cleft like this, a "backbone" like this
  • so everyone likes to go here and walk.
  • Walk along down there and look over there, you can see the sunset...
  • Today, we can't see the sunset
  • There is a singer. He has sung recently
  • Although there is no audience,
  • I see him sings by his best and very emotionally
  • These are also much Chinese and Korean traveling here
  • but Vietnamese just a little
  • This singer stand there from the begin and seem like nobody care!
  • Although I don't understand, I still feel sad
  • The camera can't film the singer's face clearly anymore
  • Thank you!
  • Thank you!
  • Maybe now you can't see my face
  • Goodbye!
  • He sang beautifully and emotionally
  • Do you see that there just teeth on my face?!
  • His voice like... I don't know what he sang but...
  • ...I know that the song is very sad
  • Thank you! PAI
  • Goodbye, everyone! I'm Khoai
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Tourism self-sufficiency: PAI going through "misery" | Chiang Mai Thailand # 6. Chiang Mai Thailand Travel Trip.
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Pai village
Pai is a small town in Thailand, near the border with Myanmar.
From Chiang Mai, to reach Pai village, Khoai takes more than 4 hours to ride a motorbike and 762 vertical bends over 130 km.
Along the way, you would see a lot of stalls selling grilled coconut. "Xiem" coconut is peeled and baked on fire. Grilled coconut makes the coconut oil in coconut rice secreted and mixed into the water, making the coconut water no longer cool but something smelly, I personally do not like this dish very much. Price 30 baht / coconut(about 22,000 VND).

Going Pai, people should not stand near the town (if you like crowded, you can), but should go to the suburbs, to enjoy the fresh air and quiet here, in the winter it will be slightly cold at night but summer is also quite hot,

In the morning, Khoai visits a fruit garden along the road to have something in the stomach. There are bananas, papaya, peanuts, perfumery vinegar, boiled potatoes, most of them are home-grown agricultural goods. The owner of the garden does not attach the price, we will pay for him depending on the level of our satisfaction. In addition, the garden also has natural fissures, quite strange and interesting.
Address: Pai Land Split 8CCF + GF Thung Yao, Pai, Mae Hong Son, Thailand

Continuing the journey of discovery will be a bamboo bridge in the middle of the rice field. In here, Thai farmers planted alternating fields and built a bamboo bridge running through the fields. This field is specialized for tourism, rice is a long-term type, not for seeds. Ticket price is 30 baht / person (about 22,000 VND). Although it's quite artificial, it is also an interesting way of making Thai tourists.
Address: 89FR + 7X Thung Yao, Pai, Mae Hong Son, Thailand

In lunchtime, Khoai visits a small restaurant along the way to enjoy Thai dishes. At Pai, the price will be slightly higher than Chiang Mai's, but it is still very cheap compared to Vietnamese income. The shopkeeper is very cute, she invited me to eat cake and went to the kitchen to see her cooking dishes. Khoai orders a tom yum (90 baht ~ 65,000 VND), fried mushroom with chicken (60 baht ~ 42,000 VND) and 1 cup of milk tea.
Restaurant address: Krazy Kitchen 7FWC + 7R Mae Hi, Pai, Mae Hong Son, Thailand

BTW, don't forget that in Pai, there is a famous sunset spot: Pai Canyon 8F43 + F2 Thung Yao, Pai, Mae Hong Son, Thailand.
And remember to arrive earlier than usual, because the sun will go down the mountain 30 minutes earlier than usual. But in return, Khoai still sees Pai's natural scenery in the late afternoon and a very special gift from a street singer!

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