Tha Pai Hot Spring is located in the area of Huai Nam Dang National Park in Pai
Tha Pai hot spring is one of the area’s biggest attractions in Pai.
Tha Pai Hot Spring has an average temperature of 80C. Steam from the spring permeates the site in the morning, creating fascinating sights. The springs offer a number of bathtubs for visitors to bathe in, and it is also possible to bathe in the stream that runs through the site. The water from these springs is said to have strong therapeutic value.
At Tha Pai hot spring are several pools of different heat levels. The natural hot baths run like a stream down multiple small waterfalls and get cooler the further down you go. The location is very quiet and peaceful and is surrounded by natural forest. The area is also rich in teakwood and suitable for overnight camping.
Perfect for trying out the relaxing and therapeutic waters of the Tha Pai Hot Spring.
There are areas where you can get in your bathing suit and soak in the hot springs.
It is possible to boil eggs in the uppermost pools.
Thais traditionally cover themselves in a sarong even when taking a bath and you should also respect the local customs by covering yourself discretely.
Pai Canyon is a picturesque area of eroded red sandstone, comprising deep gullies and ochre-coloured sharp ridges dotted with stunted pines. You can freely climb exciting rocks, and venture as far afield into the canyon as you dare, but at your own risk. There are narrow elevated paths with a 30 meter drop on either side so be careful where you tread, as they can be quite dangerous.
Huai Nam Dang National Park is a national park in Thailand’s Chiang Mai and Mae Hong Son Provinces. This mountainous park features scenic mountain viewpoints, waterfalls, and hot springs. Doi Chang and Doi Kiew Lom mountains offer popular viewpoints of neighbouring mountains and a “sea of fog” effect on winter mornings.