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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  • It's worth visiting the country split in Pai in any case. It's amazing to see what has the nature of power. The land around the country split is managed. You can eat there cultivated fruit and peanuts and home-made juice and jam on a donation basis. Just delicious.
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  • Booooooring. Tourist trap. Anticlimactic and out of the way. The only way I'd recommend going is if you were seeing other attractions in the area (waterfall or bamboo bridge).  more »
  • It's very interesting to know about the land split. The short walk to the split is very nice. The owners of the land grow lot of different fruits and vegetables and at the end they let you try some of...  more »
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  • Definitely a different experience in Pai. But most importantly, the local family who entertains tourists is the best part. They serve you their organic and local produce like roselle juice/wine, banana chips, tamarind jam, etc.. all taste very delicious! No entrance fee but please make sure to donate, all for the benefit of the amazing community there 😊
  • Great place! The land split itself is fun to see, and their are also great views from the path around the place. But the best thing about this place is the friendly owner, offering different kinds of juices and fruits in exchange for a donation; pay what you think it is worth.
  • It's not the landspit itself that makes it worthwhile ( as it's just what you expect, split land) but the owners have grown a beautiful garden around and provide you with snacks and beverages free of cost when you arrive. They are super friendly and fun to chat with. They are run by donations (50-100 baht is reasonable)
  • Walk the sandy path up to the split, read about the history and walk the jungle/garden way down! It's for free, there are arrows marked the way. It's a short walk, but interesting nonetheless. At the end of the path you'll learn about different plants through signs. You'll spent maximum 15 minutes there though.
  • Pretty cool to see the big split, but the best part was the farmer. He treated us to a juice he makes, some wine and food all from his farm as well as a great chat about his farm and family and Pai. Really amazing local experience. He doesn't ask for ANY money but there is a donation box so please be generous!!

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Where to stay in Pai

With tourism now the number-one industry in the area, you shouldn't have any trouble finding accommodations in Pai. In fact, on a walk through the village center you'll be hard-pressed to find a street that doesn't have several hotels or guesthouses. The village's popularity among backpackers means you can choose from a range of hostels and budget guesthouses. Luxury accommodations are more limited, although with a host of excellent mid-range options you can stay in comfort without spending big bucks. When Pai is at its busiest, between November and March, try something on the fringes of the village for a quieter, more peaceful holiday.
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