SUAB HMONG TRAVEL: Hmong Village Doi Pui near Chiangmai, Thailand


(SHB) – Hmong Village Doi Pui is a well-known tourist site located about 20 Kilometer lon the Northwest of Chiangmai city. Driving time is about 40 to 45 minutes depend on the traffic and the time of the day.
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Hmong Village Doi Pui, at 1,685metres above sea level, is the highest peak in the Doi Suthep-Pui National Park. It is famous for its beautiful waterfalls which are easily reached from the main road. But one of the hottest attractions for Doi Pui must be Hmong Tribal Village situated less than five kilometers from the famous Wat Phra That Doi Suthep. A visit to this village is an eye-opener into the tribal villagers’ private life. Witness their simple way of living, their homes, as well as learn about their culture through a collection of objects, such as musical instruments, traditional silver-embroidered costumes and bamboo crafts.

To get into Hmong Village Doi Pui area sites, a 10 Baht fee is required. In the past, if you are Hmong, you do not need to pay the fee but now everyone has to pay the fee to get insight the sites except for the shopping areas.

About 95% of Hmong families live here are in the business of selling Hmong Pa Dao (Paj Ntaub) and foods.

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