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Great views over the rice fields

The bridge is build going towards a temple. Apparantly it was a famous bridge due to a thai movie... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Paterswolde, The Netherlands
worth a visit

As parked and walk to the bridge I picked up a umbrella later it came in handy as it rained walking... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
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Ban Kungmaisak Moo. 2 | Pang Mu Subdistrict, Mae Hong Son, Thailand
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Reviewed 3 days ago

The bridge is build going towards a temple. Apparantly it was a famous bridge due to a thai movie, which used this bridge in some kind of love movie, nonethtless it is indeed a bridge of about 300 meters long, with on both sides beautiful...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

As parked and walk to the bridge I picked up a umbrella later it came in handy as it rained walking across the bridge stopping to take in the area away from busy towns it was a great to calm down the temple again was...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The bamboo bridge is about 10 km out of the city proper but any visitor should go there. Try to arrive early and then walk the entire length. Great experience.

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Reviewed 4 July 2018 via mobile

The bridge sits atop a paddy field and leads to the Sutongpe Temple. There was on-site filming going on while we visited, hence we were unable to walk the length of the bridge. The scenic location is a living postcard view, definitely a photoworthy stopover.

1  Thank vichyi
Reviewed 26 June 2018

This was a nice little sojourn about 15 kilometers out of town, and there were few tourists, which made it that much more enjoyable. Prepare to do a little walking...

1  Thank doncoppock
Reviewed 3 June 2018

I had a bit of a hard time finding this place as my google maps took me past the turn off and led me down a road that eventually ended on a farm field. However, a local was nice enough to point me in the...More

Thank Coral O
Reviewed 29 April 2018

Rode in from the hwy on a run from Pai. Lucky I saw the sign to turn as I have missed the turnoff on the last two visits to MHS. Grab some water and take the walk along the bamboo path to the temple and...More

1  Thank RoryE
Reviewed 23 March 2018 via mobile

The walk along the wooden bridge was a long journey. This l am told, was built by the monks. When the area is in flood, it serves as a link from the edge of the riverbed to the temple which is situated on top of...More

1  Thank fredbohnen
Reviewed 1 March 2018

We drove a long way to experience nature in this area and it was not disappointed at all. The bridge along rice plantation is give great shot to take picture, the air was so refreshing there.

Thank NoopMee
Reviewed 26 February 2018 via mobile

I once got excited about being on the Golden Gate Bridge - this knocks the socks off you a thousand time fold. A simple bamboo woven bridge that carries you over rice fields in the most natural Thai setting ever. Nothing superficial about this though...More

1  Thank Amanda G
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Danielle R
5 February 2018|
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Response from Bonngourmet | Reviewed this property |
We had a room in the Boondee House. We booked our tour there. We paid 1,600 Baht for a car (a Toyota SUV in good shape) and driver (who drovevery carefully). We visited several spots during a 6+ hours trip. The tour included... More
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Ruby N
29 October 2017|
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It is just a bridge which the local Monks use for the morning alms giving ceremony, and as a link between villages. It is actually a steel structure with a wooden cladding. If you are in the area it is worth taking a look... More
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Response from Steve F | Reviewed this property |
Coming from Pai you will come down a zig zag hill about 15 kl from Mai Hong Son. The turning is on the right at the start of a left hand bend and is signed to the Kings Palace . Once on this road the village is about 10 kl... More