Boon Ko Ku So Bridge

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r2thebizel
Pattaya, Thailand76 contributions
Worth a Visit for Scenery Alone
Jun 2021 • Couples
Stunning area, beautiful rice paddies, working fields and bridge, awesome, bumpy, windy road there. It is sparse at the moment during COVID times but worth a visit.
Written 25 July 2021
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Santisuk
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Lovely place
Jul 2021 • Couples
We came here yesterday during sunset time and today. Yesterday was clear and today is a rainy day. But no matter what the weather is like, here is always amazing and beyond expectation. If possible, I would like to stay here for a few months.
(19/20 July)
CV season not a lot people #unfortunately
Written 20 July 2021
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Chiangmaiguy27
6 contributions
So cool
Dec 2020 • Couples
What a cool place. Walking through the rice paddies on the bamboo bridge seeing many water buffalos and then the beautiful temple at the end - highly recommend.
Written 20 December 2020
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Dao1949
Chiang Mai, Thailand1,395 contributions
Average Thailand Attraction
Sep 2020
We live in Chiang Mai and have toured most of Thailand during the past 6 years. Boon Ko Ku So Bridge was very scenic in the nearby mountains just outside of Pai. It was a fairly long drive from the main highway on a bumpy narrow mountain road. The village is quite small and the main attraction was the bamboo bridges and walkways that lead back to a forest temple. We walked only to the coffee shop and opted not to go any further that day.
Written 27 September 2020
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Dawn H
104 contributions
A must see ... breathtaking scenery
Feb 2020
This was in my top 3 of the full day tour around Pai countryside.

If I had been on a bike I would have done landslide first then onto here. We only had 40 minutes here and it was not enough. I could have spent a good hour and a half leisurely walking bridge stopping along it and taking in different views. The entrance fee was included in our tour price,

There were farmers at work in the rice fields and cattle grazing around very noisily with their bells.

There were workers working on the next part of the bridge which I could have sat and watched for longer too. Shame bridge wasn’t finished as would have liked to see forest temple but we would have needed more time given by our guide to do this.

Friends at my hostel said there is a great food place and hammocks to chill out and take in the countryside or have a snooze.

This would have made a perfect day trip on a bike and perhaps doing the landslide first before here with a lovely stroll, lunch and chill in hammocks.
Written 12 April 2020
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Deanosaur89
Edmonton, Canada1,597 contributions
Nice Walk
Mar 2020 • Friends
We rented a couple of scooters and ripped up to this very long bamboo bridge. Entrance is 30B and worth it. There are many water buffalo and terraces. We went here in March so it was quite dry.

There is a temple at the end of the bamboo bridge, but women are asked to stay out and dress modestly while in the area.
Written 18 March 2020
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Kari Q 🇨🇦
Picton, Canada828 contributions
Lovely walk
Feb 2020 • Friends
A really enjoyable walk to the forest temple. The bamboo bridge trails through the rice paddies 850 meters to the Forest Temple.
Written 3 February 2020
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angelmusicmaven
New York City, NY207 contributions
Fun and easy to pair with a Land Split visit
Jan 2020 • Couples
Very cute place, and a good chance to walk for a bit if you eat like crazy in Pai! This walk has little areas along the way where you can buy mulberries, hats, coffee etc and can feed fish, shoot arrows etc-- eastern US folks, think of it as going to colonial Williamsburg and actually having fun! Bring small bills and change because donations are generally expected in some of the activities. And the mulberries are tasty!!!
Written 14 January 2020
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MJTan
Singapore, Singapore56 contributions
Great geography lessons for our kids
Dec 2019
An excellent piece of walkway on top of padi-fields and other local agriculture produces. It is safe to walk and it'll be good to time the walk in the early morning. We were there around midday and the sun was biting and sadly we had to shorten our walk. This area would be an excellent venue for students studying geography - the agriculture topics will come alive on this field trip.
Written 12 January 2020
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peacefortheworld
53 contributions
Amazing!!!!!
Jan 2020 • Couples
Loving this place! Into the nature and around the animals, the long walking finish with a beautiful temple surrounded by the nature and the silence! I personally loved it and it was one of my favorite! Piece of history! Suggested!
Written 11 January 2020
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