Tai Lue community sits on the border of Thailand and Myanmar, boasting beautiful scenery made up of rice fields and the Nang Non Mountain. Tourism here is managed as a community enterprise with a center located at the Sajinnaluk Paper Factory, which also has a small market. The bicycle is the most suitable mode of transportation for traveling between each of the community’s ‘knowledge houses’ and you’ll also be able to taste some of the delicious local food which includes Ram Fuen rice and Tai Lue pizza.
Make the world’s only ‘rice paper’
Observe the scenery of Khun Nam Nang Non Mountain
Travel to the temporarily permitted area at the border of Thailand and Myanmar
Pick up and drop off service is excluded, add-on service available
Welcome ceremony for visitors at a small market.
Listen to the story of the community and their products before participating in various activities until the evening.
Some of the fun things to do include making the world’s only ‘rice paper’, indulging in a herbal foot spa, and checking out the ‘gold fiber’ spa.
Local dinner at Pangha homestay.
After breakfast, take a visit and participate in various knowledge-building activities: Try your hand as a Shan’s knife smith, try candle making, and visit the Kimju Guava Garden.
Have lunch at the community.
Visit Organic Food Home and Ban Tum Yok.
Worship ‘Phra Singh San Chana Man’ at Wat Phra San.