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“There are cooler things to see than this bridge.”

Ranked #13 of 41 things to do in Pai
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Reviewed 2 October 2013

It's a bridge. It's green. woo. I've seen better. Rent a motorbike, and carefully ride to the hot springs, etc.

Thank amylaic
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Reviewed 9 September 2013

This old bridge in this beautifull setting sets you back in ages. Back to the local live of the mid 1900's. Nothing more then a bridge though, but a feeling of autenticity. (Accept the riksaw as a bonus)

Thank Gie2013
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Reviewed 4 July 2013

This was a nice stop off on our tour of this side of the Pai area. The views are nice and its worth taking your time with it. We took advantage of the rickshaw cart photo opportunities which are free, unlike in many tourist traps. We also had fun singing the great escape theme tune as we walked across. If you have kids with little feet make sure they walk on the vertical beams in the middle of the bridge as the horizontal beams have bigger gaps between them. Also check out the stalls on either side for nice Pai style clothes for cheap prices and Pai honey, which tastes incredible!

Thank Kirsty B
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Reviewed 28 June 2013

Take your time to walk and enjoy the scenery on both sides of the bridge. To me in fact the bridge is only a "stage prop' to enhance the beauty of the Pai.

Thank Qingzhe
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Reviewed 17 June 2013

The story of this bridge is quite interseting. At first the was a wooden bridge, built during the 2nd world war by order of the japanese army. When the war was finished the japanese demolished the bridge. Apparently, they did not want the villagers to use that anmore. So after years a new bridge was bult by the Thai government. That bridge is still there along a concrete new one. There are some riskja bicycles on the bridge, which you can use for a phone. A small tip is appreciated.

Thank lentravel
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