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Baan Tong Luang, Chiang Mai
(3.4/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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  • Interesting visit to various ethnic groups in northern Thailand as Karen, Lahu, Palong, Hmong and Padong, known as giraffe women. They use metal collars around your neck and legs (used initially to prevent attacks by Tigers and snakes), which begin to be used from 4 years of age. These women weave and make handicrafts to sell in the village. Are beautiful, kind and smiling.
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  • This is a nice try to show all tribes in one place but there was not much to see in other villages than in Karen village. So I hope that there were more of the other tribes. If you want to visit a mor...  more »
  • Although this is not a genuine hill tribe village, it is a great place to see real hill tribe people living, working and demonstrating their skills. You are able to see about 7 different ethnic minori...  more »
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  • Very kind beautiful people selling very interesting products and extremely welcoming of photographers taking their photo. The entrance fee is expensive though.
  • The place is a kind of fake village, made by the government. But at the same time is very intersting to meet people from many tribes in the same place, dressed with traditional cloths and making souvenirs
  • A lovely village. I hope the expensive admission helped these villagers to maintain their culture and the tradition.
  • This settlement is assembled and maintained a lifestyle of people of different nationalities. Preserved customs, culture. Tourists are invited to walk calmly across the territory. You can buy souvenirs. There is a small restaurant, café. With the permission of the residents you can peek in at home, to be photographed with them. Entrance to the surcharge.
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