The Land Split Pai Thailand, Pai

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Admire the work of Mother Nature at The Land Split Pai Thailand. Originally a quaint farm, the owner was met with a surprise one morning when he noticed that his farmland had been split in half, complicating his daily routine by quite a margin. Now the farm is a tourist attraction, the split being very deep and surreal. When visiting, you will be met with fantastic hospitality, with interesting local snacks and drinks served all for a donation. After your meal, you can relax in one of the many hammocks placed around the farm while breathing in some of the fresh rural air. Plan trip to Pai with our itinerary maker to find out where to go and what to do.
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  • This is an interesting site, especially for those studying geomorphology. It also makes for a convenient pit stop on the way to the Pam Bok Waterfall and the Kho-Kuu-So bamboo bridge network built by ...  more »
  • This is an amazing place to visit. I enjoyed the walk around the landsplit but the most amazing part was the people working there. They were so friendly, helpful and their hospitality were out of this...  more »
  • I can only recommend it! You must rent it a scooter to get, but it's worth. We were welcomed very nicely. We wandered through the section where it came to the Earth splitting. Very interesting. Many trees, fruits and etc were labeled. At the end, local produce of the farmer was and everything was sensational! We gave a Kopeck, but that was more than justified.
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  • Interesting geological phenomenon to walk through The Land Split. Route could be clearer as we walked to the summit as we passed the route down into the Splits. Little else apart from the kiosk at the entrance with fresh fruit or the Rosella juice available for a donation. Enjoyed the stop and supporting the local friendly, entrepreneurial farmer.
  • I love this place. I found it really interesting to see the damage from an earthquake and how I can split land. It's definitely worth seeing if you're into geology and rocks. I really enjoy the Roselle juice that they make homemade. They also make really good Roselle wine. They offer you snacks and fruit fresh from the garden I think that's really sweet of them, considering it's donation-based. These people definitely deserve a generous donation because they do work hard in the place is quite intriguing… And they definitely keep it clean. Definitely go here if you're in Pai, Thailand
  • This guy is a killer entrepreneur. Go hear his story and meet his family. Enjoy the tour. They will give you a huge fruit platter for free from the lands. It is on a donation basis, tip generously, he is awesome.
  • there is definitely more than the split and the fault line here. there are two pathways to the fault line, jungle and the garden trails. along the way, they named the trees so people know where their drinks are coming from ;) the fault line is not that impressive nevertheless worth seeing. after the hike, locals will offer you drinks on donation basis. we drank a very niece juice and ate some sweet bananas and potatoes and contributed to the local well being by donation. they even offered some alcoholic drink but we passed it because we were driving. be responsible! dont drink and drive. smoke and fly. keep your helmets in your head always.
  • Friendly family who owns this land. The geographic anomoly here is worth seeing. You'll be treated to food and drink, including their Rosella wine, and only a donation is asked in return. Please be generous as this is their livelihood. Or is well with 100 or 200 or more baht. The walk is short to the land split from the dining area. Worth visiting!

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