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The Land Split Pai Thailand, Pai
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to The Land Split Pai Thailand and many more Pai attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Pai tour planner.
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I love this place, the Landsplit itself is nice, but what makes this place special is the locals who offer the most tasty food (all self-grown) papaya, peanuts, banana, tamarind, banana chips, roselle... read more »
On the way back/to the Pam Bok waterfall. Not that exciting but maybe worth just going for 20 minutes for the free roselle juice. Kind people so was a nice break.
Not that exciting at all. But it on the way to the waterfall so you can pass on the way. It's free and short
A cool place to visit where the owner has turned a geological event in to a tourist destination. They provided lots of food from their garden including homemade juice and wine. They didn't charge anything and only asked for a donation of your choice if you could afford it! Would highly recommend a visit here.
There is a little cafe offering free food and drinks, the rosella tea tastes very good. Donation is accepted for the owners to manage the farm and herbs garden. The land split itself is a natural view worth seeing, just mind the slippery slope.
The owner gives you a huge selection of his tasty home grown fruit for a donation so it's a great stop off when exploring the surrounding area of Pai.
The land split has increased in size over the years. It's cool. Try the Rosella tea offered by the owner of the house.
Not really much to see; it's nothing special. But it's worth coming here purely for the hospitality of the owners who are absolutely lovely. They gave everyone fresh roselle juice and offered bananas, peanuts, potatoes and alcoholic roselle wine. There are hammocks where you can laze around for a while. Stop here on your way to the waterfall.
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