Visit long neck hill tribe village in Chiang Rai
A visit to Karen long neck hill tribe village in Chiang Rai is one of the most exotic and unforgettable experiences when you’re in northern Thailand. There you will have a chance to meet Karen women who wear brass rings around their necks as part of their tradition for beautiful and unique ethnic, see how they work with a backstrap loom and practice their impressive weaving skills. It will be best to explore around the village, with respect, to get a slice of Karen culture and their way of life. You can also support these locals by purchasing some souvenirs and traditional Karen textiles.
Tours with this experience
Get on boat trips along the Pai River and the Mae Kong River
Pay a visit to some hill tribe villages: Long Neck Karen, Akha, and Yao
Visit the ancient temples of Mae Hong Son: Phrathat Doi Kong Mu Temple, Jong Kahm and Jong Klang Temples
Explore the beautiful Fish Cave and the well-known Lod Cave
Have a fun day at an Elephant Camp and Orchid Farm
Spend time exploring Wat Doi Suthep, the most sacred temple in Chiang Mai
Take a train ride from Chiang Mai to Lamphun then cycle around the beautiful countryside
Visit some of the most famous local workshops in Sankampang District
Have a chance to see the Golden Triangle and Doi Tung Temple
Visit the best sights of Bangkok: Grand Palace, Wat Pho, and Wat Traimit
Cruise along the city’s canals in a traditional longtail boat to see the local life and Wat Arun
Soak in the lively scene of Thai life at Maeklong Railway Market and Damnoen Saduak Floating Market
Explore some of the most remarkable attractions of Chiang Rai: Wat Rongkhun, Golden Triangle, Royal Flora Garden, and Opium House
Play and interact with adorable elephants of Changthai Heritage Elephant Camp
Discover the temple-rich city of Chiang Mai with golden temples and colorful hill-tribe markets
Trek through the beautiful scenery of Doi Inthanon National Park
Have a delightful escape to the tropical paradise of Phuket
Relax on an island-hopping tour around Phi Phi islands and Khai island
Explore scenic beauty & several ancient heritage sites of Vietnam and Thailand
Visit the legendary Cu Chi Tunnels and some popular slights in Ho Chi Minh City
Discover the colorful and exotic floating markets of Cai Be in Mekong Delta & Damnern Saduak Market
Take city tour around the capitals of two country: Hanoi and Bangkok
Relax with amazing trip on overnight cruise in the UNESCO World Heritage Site - Halong Bay
Visit the most famous temples in Chiang Mai and the unique White Temple - Wat Rong Khun in Chiang Rai
Explore the Thai – Myanmar border Mae Sai and the notorious Golden Triangle
Take a fantastic city tour around Bangkok’s best landmarks and ancient temples
Experience the hustle and bustle of Thai markets at Damnern Saduak and Mae Klong
Visit a local coconut sugar workshop and a Wooden Handy Craft Factory
Enjoy a traditional northern Khantoke Dinner with charming dancing performances
Marvel at the exotic White Temple and the beautiful nature around the notorious Golden Triangle
Interact with local people of Akha, Yao and Long Neck hill tribe villages
Relax in Rabeang Pasak Tree House and explore the tranquil countryside around by bike or on foot
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