Pai Land Split, Pam Bok Waterfall & Bamboo Bridge

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Pai Land Split, Pam Bok Waterfall & Bamboo Bridge

Pai Land Split, Pam Bok Waterfall & Bamboo Bridge
Dates: 7 Mar

After a couple of days relaxing in Pai I rented a scooter to explore the area. I started with Pai Land Split, Pam Bok Waterfall & the Bamboo Bridge – all of which are on the same road so it’s a quick and easy day out with a variety of places.

I started with The land Split, a farm that overnight somehow cut in half because the earth split, strange right? The owner of the farm didn’t despair though, instead he turned it into a tourist attraction where you can walk around the split then chill at the entrance while drinking some delicious roselle juice and nibbling on some snacks they provide for you, for free! There is a donation box there though which of course if you get food it’s only right to help them out.

Pai Land Split, Thailand - Travel Photography

Pai Land Split, Thailand - Travel Photography

Pai Land Split, Thailand - Travel Photography

Pai Land Split, Thailand - Travel Photography

Pai Land Split, Thailand - Travel Photography

Pai Land Split, Thailand - Travel Photography

Pai Land Split, Thailand - Travel Photography

The path can be a bit sketchy in parts, you’d be forgiven for losing it in parts if there weren’t signs pointing the way

Pai Land Split, Thailand - Travel Photography

Roselle Nuts, Roselle Wine, Banan Chips, Roselle Jam, Sweet Potato, Papaya & Tamarind

Roselle Nuts, Roselle Wine, Banana Chips, Roselle Jam, Sweet Potato, Papaya & Tamarind

Pai Land Split, Thailand - Travel Photography

A little down the road from here is Pam Bok Waterfall, this doesn’t take up too much time and the water is far too cold to actually relax in it, but it’s a nice waterfall to visit and if you’re in the area it’s definitely worth stopping off for.

Pam Bok Waterfall, Pai, Thailand - Travel Photography

Pam Bok Waterfall, Pai, Thailand - Travel Photography

Pam Bok Waterfall, Pai, Thailand - Travel Photography

I was there at the end of Thailand’s dry season so it wasn’t exactly flowing fast, it’s probably more impressive in wet season


Pam Bok Waterfall, Pai, Thailand - Travel Photography

Next stop was the Pai Bamboo Bridge, this is a long bridge running through rice fields which was built so buddhists travelling to and from their local temple can take the quicker route without walking through rice fields.

This is a lovely walk and I’d definitely recommend doing it if you’re in Pai. Great views all around and lots of buffalo here too.

Pai, Thailand - Travel Photography

On the road between Pam Bok & the Bamboo Bridge

Pai, Thailand - Travel Photography

Pai, Thailand - Travel Photography

Pai, Thailand - Travel Photography

There are a couple of stalls at the start of the bridge selling snacks & shakes

Pai Bamboo Bridge, Thailand - Travel Photography

Pai Bamboo Bridge, Thailand - Travel Photography

Pai Bamboo Bridge, Thailand - Travel Photography

Pai Bamboo Bridge, Thailand - Travel Photography

Pai Bamboo Bridge, Thailand - Travel Photography