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A short but safe and refreshing boat trip took us to one of the many “long neck villages” available. Make sure to have a knowledgeable local guide, to explain something about the cultural and ethnic diversity in the region, otherwise this visit is nothing but...More
Came here to support the local people “Longnecks” by purchasing their arts & crafts. Was met at the gate by a guy who demanded 500 b however the reviews I had read mentioned 250-300 w local Thai being free. Joined by others, we were not...More
I arrived at the airport early and I took a taxi to go to the Hotel. The driver was very insisting so don’t be fooled! Since it was very early yet to check in the Hotel I just had to picked one of the tour...More
We realized that as we went there, it would help people developimg further. Of course you need to buy things, you need to pay too much. But the amount of money you spend here goes direct to the people. So overAll we definitely would recommend...More
We went during the low peak season, there was a "ticketing counter" at the entrance of the village where men issued a receipt for the entry.
Villagers looks sad when we were there, cannot believe they were still living so primitively in attap house and...More
For me back home in New Zealand I am friends with some of the family members of women who have stalls in the village so to meet them is a dream come true. They would hate to think you think of them as a zoo....More
It is truly amazing what the human body is capable of. This is mostly a tourist trap where they will try to sell you souvenirs but it's still worth the visit. You will get to see the extreme body augmentations that the different tribes are...More
We visited the Long Neck people as part of a tour so the fee may have been included in that. Regardless of whether it was or wasn't you should purchase some of the handicrafts at the village. This is how they make money... More
We visited the Long Neck people as part of a tour so the fee may have been included in that. Regardless of whether it was or wasn't you should purchase some of the handicrafts at the village. This is how they make money and we are intruding in their lives so it is the least you can do. I bought a few handmade scarves which were beautiful as well as a few other items. They were too cheap. Also remember that you will probably take photos of the people and their children so be considerate of that. If you don't intend to spend any money at the village then I would suggest you don't go.