Mae Sai’s main tourist attraction is the opportunity to cross the border to the Myanmar town of Tachileik.
I just contented myself with taking photos of the bridge connecting Thailand and Myanmar:
There’s plenty of people crossing the bridge. Most of them are Thais and Myanmar people but there are tourists among the crowd.
Our friend brought us to a noodle shop located beside Mae Sai River.
|Here comes my Kow Soy.|
Since it’s a border town, its main economic activity is the trade of goods from Myanmar. So after finishing our Kow Soy we went next to Mae Sai border market.
Read more of our adventures in North Thailand:
North Thailand Road Trip (Part 1): Lampang’s Hidden Gem
North Thailand Road Trip (Part 2): A Taste of Chiang Rai’s Kôw Soy
North Thailand Road Trip (Part 3):Coffee Time at Le Petit Café
North Thailand Road Trip (Part 4): The Bizarre White Temple of Chiang Rai
North Thailand Road Trip (Part 5): Eating Bugs in Chiang Rai Night Market
North Thailand Road Trip (Part 6): Our Moon and Sun Hotel Experience (Chiang Rai)
North Thailand Road Trip (Part 7): The Macabre Black House of Thailand