A sample itinerary to get you planning
Published/Last edited or updated: 29th August, 2017
Pai lends itself to a few days spread lazily around the middle of your travels. Enjoy a bit of laying around, some coffee drinking, a bit of sightseeing and perhaps a cold drink or two during the evenings. Here is a sample three-day Pai itinerary to do exactly that.
Before we go any further, as with our one-day Pai itinerary, please bear in mind that aside from being potentially dangerous to yourself and everyone else on or near the road, riding a scooter unlicensed in Thailand will in all likelihood void your travel insurance—any insurance the rental shop offers you in Pai will only cover the bike—not damage you do to yourself or anyone else. Always wear a helmet. And of course, don’t ride drunk or stoned.Day 1
Our itinerary’s first day consists of doing nothing very much at all: That’s largely what Pai’s about, really. Linger over one of Chaisongkran’s excellent, leisurely breakfasts at say Big’s Little Cafe or Barista Corizon, grab a few free maps from your guesthouse reception and perhaps check out a moto rental spot for the following day. In busy periods, it may well be worth reserving one a day ahead. If you don’t fancy two wheels then pick a day sightseeing tour for the following day from one of the myriad agents. You’ll see numerous slightly varying organised tours at similar prices so have a peek at our day tour review for ... Travelfish members only (Full text is around 900 words.)
Based in Chiang Mai, Mark Ord has been travelling Southeast Asia for over two decades and first crossed paths with Travelfish on Ko Lipe in the early 1990s.
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