Pang Ha Homestay Community
Pang Ha Homestay Community
“Ban Pang Ha” is a small community situated next to the Ruak River in Mae Sai, the northernmost district in Thailand. The river is actually a natural border between Myanmar and Thailand and is partially connected to Laos. This lovely community promises a wide range of fun activities to be enjoyed all day long, as well as various local practices unique to the area such as mulberry paper art and a golden silk spa experience. Get creative with some mulberry paper craftwork, which can be transformed into many different products. Visit Ban Tian to see how Lanna-style candles are made with bigger-than-usual candlewick and clay candle bowls. Ride a motorized tractor through natural wonders like the teak tunnel at the border of the commercial area. There’s also plenty of time to hang out the locals, as you taste their Tai Lue-style pizza, “khao soi noi” pancake, and rice and peanut cakes, a Tai Lue delicacy.
Culture and Local Heritage
Explore the northernmost community in Thailand and get to know about its ethnic culture, diverse local practices and abundance of nature.
The local wisdom includes hand-made mulberry paper and products from medicinal mulberry fiber.
- Visit Jinnaluck mulberry paper factory
- “Golden silk spa”
- “Khan tok” traditional dinner
Price for activities and food in community
999 Baht/person (minimum 6 persons)
Trip idea 2 days 1 night
Pang Ha – The Golden Triangle
Price for 2 days 1 night program 6,000 Baht/person (minimum 6 persons)
*Accommodations, Acitivities in the community and meals are included
Air tickets and VAT are not included
|Late morning||Travel to Ban Pang Ha, the northernmost tourism community in Thailand.
Enjoy a Tai Lue-style welcome snack, Khao Soi Noi and skin-nourishing mulberry silk tea.
|Take a relaxing stroll around the community.|
|Noon||Tuck into a traditional Tai Lue lunch|
|Afternoon||Follow the community’s tourism route as you:
|Evening||Have a Lanna-style dinner which involves everybody sitting together in a circle. This northern style “Khan Tok” set meal also features some interesting cultural shows.|
|Check-in at the accommodation and enjoy some free time at Siam Triangle Chiangsaen Hotel.|
|Morning||Breakfast at the hotel|
|Relax amongst the tranquil scenery of the river that serves as a border along the banks of Thailand, Laos and Myanmar at the Golden Triangle viewpoint. The area used to be a large opium plantation and a prosperous market where trading was carried out with gold, hence the name “Golden Triangle”.|
|Visit the Golden Triangle Hall of Opium to learn about the history of opium in the region, including the origin of the drug, the ensuing war, importation into Asia and its impact, and the rehabilitation effort for the Golden Triangle locals after it was made illegal many years ago.|
|Noon||Lunch at Serene at Chiang Rai Hotel’s restaurant|
|Afternoon||Safe journey back to Chiang Rai|
7 houses with a total capacity of 50 guests.
Walk-in guests are welcome.
A/C rooms: 500 baht per guest
Fan rooms: 300 baht per guest
The Golden Triangle
Pratat Jomkitti Temple
Siam Triangle Chiangsaen
Price: 1,800 – 6,500 baht
20° North Hotel
Price: 400 – 1,400 baht
Getting to the Community
Approximately 1.5 hours from Chiangrai Airport
Khun Teerapol Suraprom