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The Mon people are from Burma and are allowed to live and build this village by the Thai authorities as they had to flee Burma. It's very quiet during the day as most villagers work in the local resorts during the day. They have one...More
The Mon bridge looks nice and the surrounding the lake and the scenery are worth coming here.
The best time to make nice pictures and have a nice experience is at sunrise and sunset.
there are some simple restaurants on both ends of the bridge...More
It was nice visit there on June 20 morning. Actually those Mon tribe were from Mon State, Myanmar and all were hotel staff from Jungle raft and their family members. Their hotel owner found as Mon tribal village for show and support his business. Not...More
We stayed on the River Kwai Jungle Rafts and were told that we could visit the Mon village. It was only a couple of hundred metres away and there is a small village with people living in a fairly traditional manner, except for the Solar...More
while staying on the river kwai jungle rafts we ventured into the hills to see the local mon tribe. the school was really good we spoke to the teacher and he explained all about their culture and way of life very interesting.
A great way to see how this tribe live. All the people were very friendly and it was a real insight. The Mon school was lovely and the children really cute. Their houses were basic and lack of modern appliances an eye opener.
It was like a breath of fresh air to see how this village is run. The villagers all help each other and everything is built and made from local materials, mostly bamboo. The village school which we visited and noticed children keenly attentive in their...More
Visited by Longboat (superb) and had an English speaking guide which is a must. The fascinating history of the village comes to life as does the history of the tribe. We visited the school and inter-acted with the children who were being taught English. A...More
We had our guide leading us through the Mon Village which was very good. He gave many interesting facts about the Mon culture, we saw a lot of things, had a chance to learn about Mon creams and face painting, feed an elephant, see local...More