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Peaceful hillside tribal village

A small village where you can see children gathering and playing with joyous laughter. After going... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
A K
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Hong Kong
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nice experience

A good place to spend an hour walking among locals, buying from their market and enjoying a small... read more

Reviewed 20 August 2018
Wael K
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Beirut, Beyrouth, Lebanon
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

A small village where you can see children gathering and playing with joyous laughter. After going around the village you enter the village filled with clothes souvenirs and snacks.

1  Thank A K
Reviewed 20 August 2018

A good place to spend an hour walking among locals, buying from their market and enjoying a small village with children playing around and people going with their everyday life. there was a funeral when i went there which make the experience more local and...More

2  Thank Wael K
Reviewed 25 July 2018

This little village was nice to walk through. The people aren't pushy about selling their wares and are generally just going bout their business. It's nice to support them in their current endeavors as they used to grow and sell opium...

2  Thank Mary P
Reviewed 8 June 2018 via mobile

Arriving at Doi Pui, we were welcomed by a view of children running around in traditional clothes. We have to walk further from the car park to get into museum which shows some of the hill tribe stuffs and history. The most popular thing to...More

1  Thank merry_setianingsih
Reviewed 22 May 2018

was interesting to see where and how the locals live. not sure whether all the practises is still done in current modern times. live is hard in the country but very rewarding. family bonds are strong.

2  Thank 327andrer
Reviewed 22 May 2018

Here you will see people from different tribes living and selling their handmade items. Engage with the people, see how they live in a typical Thailand setting complete with water buffalo rolling in the mud. On site restaurant for food and cold drinks is available....More

1  Thank Angela S
Reviewed 19 April 2018 via mobile

I enjoyed walking all around the hill seeing the sights and I found the locals friendly and the view beautiful. So much cheap tourist trinkets and cloths if you are into that however for me it was just interesting to see another place in Thailand...More

1  Thank Robert K
Reviewed 29 March 2018 via mobile

A visit to Doi Pui and the Hmong Hill Tribe Village is perfectly combined with a visit to Doi Suthep, as Doi Suthep is on the way up to Doi Pui. The travel up the mountains is spectacular with winding roads, dense jungle and a...More

1  Thank Roger J
Reviewed 22 March 2018 via mobile

Way high in the mountain, with very narrow curve one way roads, that barely fit one car. Quite a trek to get there. But worth it once there. Many shops, with historical huts. Scammers try to sell you gems but the straw berries are shine...More

Thank Pakou L
Reviewed 2 March 2018

Ok, this is undoubtedly a village in the hills but, equally, there is little more here than yet more stalls selling tourist tat. To be fair, all the goods are remarkably cheap but if you’re looking for any authenticity then forget it.

1  Thank Dakles
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Philip A
26 February 2018|
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Response from HanBB | Reviewed this property |
I had a car with driver. You can easily get a taxi to bring you directly to the village . Open toe shoes and shorts are fine
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Soriya C
1 May 2017|
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Response from Graham D | Reviewed this property |
It is not a tourist site as such as it is a Hmong village where the villagers just go on living their day to day lives and allow folk to share in this. So natural respect and courtesy applies so I would have thought that... More
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Response from SydneyFroggy | Reviewed this property |
About 2 hours should be enough.
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