The Northern Thai province of Tak, known for its colourful hill tribe communities, parks, waterfalls and adventuresome activities, such as trekking through its mountainous terrain, rafting and elephant riding, is of outstanding beauty. True highlights of the region, the Um Phang Wildlife Sanctuary, Thung Yai Naresuan National Park, Huay Kha Kaeng Wildlife Sanctuary and Khlong Lan and Mae Wong National Parks together form a vast unspoiled forest.
Tak’s cultural mix is unique and contrasts with other parts of Thailand, with strong Karen and Burmese cultural influences and varied settlements throughout the west and north of the province including Hmong, Lisu, Musoe and Karen settlements.
Centra by Centara Hotel Mae Sot is located on the outskirt of Mae Sot Town and is only a 10-minute drive from Mae Sot Airport and 15 minutes away from the Thai-Myanmar Friendship Bridge that connects the two countries. Caves and waterfalls are to be found within day-tripping distance from the hotel.
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100 Asia Road, Mae Sot, Thailand 63110
Tel: +66 (0) 5553 2601 -8
Fax: +66 (0) 5553 2600
Famous for its colourful hill tribe communities, parks and waterfalls and soft adventure opportunities such as trekking, rafting and elephant riding, the Northern Thai province of Tak is said to be of outstandin...