Wat Phrathat Doi Kong Mu
- Lod Cave
- Su Tong Pae Bridge
- Pai Canyon
- Sai Ngam Hot Spring
- Pai Walking Street
- The Countryside Resort
- Pai Village Boutique Resort & Farm
Erected by the first governor of Mae Hong Son, this temple reflects the strong influence of the Burmese. The highlights of this attraction are the two lavishly decorated pagodas. Also, this hilltop temple affords an exceptional aerial view of the city and surrounding mountains and valleys. Wat Phra Non
This temple is at the foot of Doi Kong Mu houses a 12-metre long reclining Buddha image in the Thai Yai style. The image was cast in 1875 by Phranang Miah, the wife of Phraya Singhanatracha. Another main feature of the temple is the two large sculpted lions lying side by side, presumably providing the passage for those going up.Wat Kam Ko
It is opposite to Wat Phra Non, is a Burmese-style temple built in 1890. A special architectural feature is the cover over the passageway from the entrance arch to the chapel. It also stores text in Thai Yai script chronicling the Thai Yai history. Morning Market
The market is near Wat Hua Wiang on Sihanatbamrung Road, this lively market is crowded from early morning till 9.00 a.m. It is where visitors can see people lifestyle and buy various local food and produces.
Pha Bong Waterfall
It is located on Highway No.108 about 12 kilometres from town. It is just a bit further from Pha Bong Hot Spring.
Khun Yuam Indigenous Cultural Center
It is located at Km. 200 on Highway No. 108. The centre has a considerable collection of Thai Yai and other hilltribes handicrafted products.
The World War II Museum
It is located next to the cultural center. The museum displays military equipments, accessories, weapons, clothes, photos etc. of Japanese Army which entered Amphoe Khun Yuam during World War II.
Pai is a small district in the northeast of Mae Hong Son. Pai is very famous for Thai and foreign visitors as it the center to go for rafting and camping around the area as there are many important rivers flowing through the district. Pai is getting hip and famous among visitors as a cute little town where you can find things from local charms of daily life to adrenaline rush sports such as rafting.