Packages in Mae Suai
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Mae Suai Vacation Packages
Mae Suai Vacation Packages
Bangkok, the country's capital city, is situated 410 miles to the south of Mae Suai.
Mae Phrik and Si Thoi are two great places in the wider region that travelers often add to their itinerary.
Wieng is 25 miles to the northeast of Mae Suai. This regional center is known for Wat Klang Wiang, Hilltribe Museum & Education Center and Wat Mung Muang Temple. Wat Rong Khun and the Hill Tribe Museum are also great if you're still looking for more.
Visitors looking to step outside and enjoy the natural elements should sign up for mountain biking and mountain climbing.
The area provides vacationers with a handful of relaxing outdoor activities, such as cycling and camping.
Immerse yourself in the culture of this area by taking part in one of the local tours, including wildlife spotting tours, cycling tours and culinary tours.
If the sun is shining, head to the water for a few hours of canoeing or boating.
If you really want to get to know North Thailand, be sure to stop at the bars, cafés and restaurants. These are great places to get to know local residents and taste popular dishes.
Eat your way through the heart of the region and you'll come across some of the most prized dishes. Pork and vietnamese coriander are popular components in specialty food.
Be sure to sample some local fare, such as khao kan chin (steamed pork blood and rice) and pad thai (rice noodles).
Divine desserts, like chaokuai (grass jelly), are always great to try.
Are you a beer connoisseur who is needing to add a little sparkle to your travels? You should take your tastebuds on a journey with Singha.
If you are not really a drinker, Thailand is a popular local beverage you have to try.
If you'd like to feel like a local, get a mekhong. This spirit is popular in this area.
Sato (rice wine), chenin blanc and other varieties regularly top the wine menus of many restaurants in North Thailand.
After you have spent the last of your baht and it's time to leave, you shouldn't forget to say a final "Laa gòn ná" to Mae Suai. Keep the great times you had close to your heart.
Alas, vacations don't continue forever, so when the time comes to fly homeward, make your way toward the nearest airport. It's 30 miles to the northeast of Mae Suai.
Accommodation in Mae Suai
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