Boon Kho Koo Sui Bridge ‘Go for a sightseeing of rice fields with your love one.’
Won’t it be nice to grab a hand of your love one and walk on this bridge together?
Boon Kho Koo Sui Bridge is where both of you can have a romantic moment together.
We mean, just take a look at the scenery. The bridge runs through rice fields. There are rice fields everywhere. Trees are also every where. Green colour is also everywhere. Mountain are around. The weather is cool and relaxing. Just feel your heartbeat.
The origin of the bridge is absolutely impressive. The bridge was established by Master Sakorn Jaruthammo, the director of Kaikiri Buddhist Monk Group, as he didn’t want all monks to get from A to B by walking on rice fields anymore. Luckily, villagers from Pam Bok Village, Ban Pang Tong and Ban Mae Leab were all agreed to the Master. Since everybody wanted a bridge, Boon Kho Koo Sui was finally built in 2016.
The structures of the bridge are concrete and steel, but the outer appearances are made of bamboo. Several tourists can walk on the bridge at the same time, don’t worry. Just hold each other’s hands and walk carefully. Don’t walk side by side. Instead, walk behind your love one or let them walk behind you. The bridge isn’t very wide and has no railings. Therefore, walking side by side might make any of you or both of you fall off the bridge.
Keep walking on the bridge. No need to hurry. The bridge is about 815 metres long and 1 metre high.
How to get there
Start from Pai, then pass the cafe named ‘Coffee In Love’. It’s just on the same route as Pam Bok waterfall. In a hot second, you should see an alley. Just turn right into it and it will lead you to Pam Bok Village.
The waterfall is only about 1.3 kilometre away. It’s about 40 metres high, consisting of 8 different levels. The road to it is quite steep and rough. You need to walk carefully. Anyway, as soon as you arrive at it, you will see how beautiful it is.
Also known as Mon Yun Lai, this one is a perfect spot for seeing the field of fog, as it’s a high mountain area. Spend a few nights there and enjoy the sight of the fog every morning.