The Land Split
The Land Split
4.5
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Trek585524
Pak Kret, Thailand16 contributions
Mar 2022 • Couples
After driving all of the way out, we discovered it was closed. The owner needs to update his information on Trip Advisor to keep people from wasting their time.
Written 17 March 2022
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John D
Patong, Thailand88 contributions
Dec 2020
An interesting result of 2008 earthquake. Very friendly owner, has a small kiosk at entrance with fresh juice and fruit, you pay donation only, its up to you but well worth it.. Enjoyable scenery with good photo opportunity..
Written 7 January 2021
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JAN S
1 contribution
Dec 2020 • Business
Obviously, this was a cracking experience. Because the split is a crack in the land. Obviously, in Germany it would not be so cracking. I love cracks
Written 29 December 2020
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Lea’s Cafe & Restaurant
Ko Pha-Ngan, Thailand12 contributions
Dec 2020
A very unique place. Landlord super friendly and
kind. You get local treats and refreshments at the end like, roselle tea, roselle jam, bananas, banana chips and more.
Written 19 December 2020
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Dawn H
Can Tho, Vietnam104 contributions
Feb 2020
This was a stop in our full day trip. I was a solo traveller but travelling with group on day trip.

Our stop here was 30 minutes and we were left to explore alone without our guide. The way up was different terrains, some parts slippy in flipflops, so trainers would have been ideal for this part of our day trip if I could have got a pair on.

There were several seats on way up to stop and rest if needed and a role to grab onto if you needed a helping hand.

There had been 2 quakes here in 2006 and 2011 both land splits marked. At the top you could follow a path down a steepish slope down into the split. Due to my ankle injury and being in flipflops I didn’t venture on this route and came down the way I came up. Would have like to see though.

I would take some water with you as very hot in afternoon sun.

There is no charge but donations are welcomed to keep it going.

There was a beautiful lake opposite this attraction that I would have walked around or sat at for a while but there was no time allowed for this on our day trip. So if your doing this on bikes then lake would be a nice stop to chill after.
Written 12 April 2020
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Nikki E
Santa Monica, CA329 contributions
Feb 2020
Very interesting split in the Earth. You can take a tour that includes this short hike. A little climbing required, but not to bad for both young and old people.
Written 10 March 2020
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Wbt
31 contributions
Feb 2020 • Couples
We went here as part of a group day drip and were not expecting much but it was our favourite part of the trip! It was amazing being able to walk through the split and the owner was very friendly.
This is free entry but please donate!
Written 4 March 2020
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kcchin
Honolulu, HI1,210 contributions
Feb 2020 • Couples
No charge for visiting but donations accepted. This farmer turned entrepreneur when the farm he owned split about 20 meters wide and 10 meters deep during earthquakes in 2008/2011. Since much of his land is now unfarmable, he in his entrepreneurship turned a disaster into a tourist attraction. 20 minutes will all it take to walk the few paths. It’s ok but truthfully it’s forgettable.
Written 29 February 2020
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owy67
Liverpool, England, United Kingdom28 contributions
Feb 2020 • Couples
Actually surprised we didn’t have to pay anything to see this split in the land.
So for that alone it’s worth the trip, but then you have the most amazing organic shop at the bottom, giving out amazing juices for donations. You also have the option to buy some of the other amazing fruit drinks, all organic all grown right there on the land.
Written 24 February 2020
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danielleee90
165 contributions
Feb 2020 • Couples
When in Pai, why not. It’s isn’t far from town and on route to other places. Takes about 10 mins to walk through. Wear trainers! Not flip flops. They make their own juices which where really nice and the pumpkin crackers!!! Delicious. All donation based.
Written 22 February 2020
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THE LAND SPLIT: All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go (with Photos)