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Baan Tong Luang, Chiang Mai

(3.5/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
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  • Everyone friendly, an old man with a homemade bow and arrow toy play. About was for sale. "And I dare. "We will be encouraged by feeling. Please respectfully and continue to visit. Each race sell their crafts. Karen same collar and take a photo together. Everyone smile and interact with us with a smile.
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  • Before going to this village we got a full explanation about the people there and why they are there. Interesting as this visit was I left there feeling like I had just visited a people zoo... I found...  more »
  • Jan 25 This place advertises the presence of 7 different ethnic groups from the remote villages in one place. In actuality some of the groups were moved here to be exhibited like animals in a zoo. For...  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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