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I've been to Mon Village three times - its a nice village with beautiful views, Get some local rice soup for breakfast and offer food to the monks in the morning. Take a boat ride to the sunken temples.
I'm sorry to say that this was such a dissapointing visit to Sangkla Buri. We live in Chiang Mai and were quite bored with the village as it had very little to offer us in the way of clothing or handi crafts. Also, restaurants were...More
It's a really living village, where the local Mon people have held on to their lifestyles despite the poor treatment they've received at the hands of the Thai government. Their original village was largely wiped out by the construction of the dam, but with great...More
This village has real potential, especially near the bridge. The curio shopping is great in the lane leading up from the bridge. I think it is a bit taxing to walk up the hill in the blazing sun though... this would really be a nice...More
Enjoy seeing the tradition of giving monks food early (around 6 am) in the morning, with some ladies stacking the rice bowels 10 or more bowels high. Lots of activities yet relatively quiet. Good to try some Mon snacks along the way. There is a...More
This is one of two Mon Villages in the area but the only one with shops which sell Mon, Thai & Burmese goods. There is a temple at the end of the parking area with stalls on either side. The locals are very friendly &...More