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I was really excited to visit this because I thought it was an actual village! It’s not!! While some people did live there, it was mostly just a couple of stalls selling the same things for high prices and the older people were very pushy!...More
We ended up with a free morning during our recent trip to Chiang Mai and someone suggested we make the trip up to the Hilltribe Village. I'm glad we did.
First of all, it's a little commercial and if you're looking to be a cultural...More
It was interesting to see 6 tribes in the same area, although some foreign consider this "attraction" as not acceptable, as 6 groups of the main Thai tribes have been put in a same Village, but the experience was very positive as you are able...More
This government sponsored village gives you the chance to see several different tribes in their individual costumes demonstrating their skills. There are stalls where their fine work can be admired and purchases made. You can also see the crops that they grow to feed themselves....More
Short of traveling north of Chiang Rai to see the hillside tribes people, this is next best. The Chiang Mai version is a showcase village with huts and "pavilions" of several of the tribes. We get to see the women weave, and the men carve...More
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Have to agree with the earlier posts.Don't waste your money on a stay apart from all mentioned they are very quietly spoken & not giving of a lot of information.The aim is to sell merchandise and give a glimpse of a past... More
Have to agree with the earlier posts.Don't waste your money on a stay apart from all mentioned they are very quietly spoken & not giving of a lot of information.The aim is to sell merchandise and give a glimpse of a past life that's it.
Hi. Feb/March would be slightly cheaper than January. Thailand is a country rich in culture and relatively cost effective. You will have a great time anywhere in this country and of course the shopping is always fun..