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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.
Pai Canyon or Kong Lan (famously known as Kong Lan in Thai) is described in some tourist brochures as Thailand’s answer to the Grand Canyon. To say that’s stretching a point would be putting it mildly. Pai Canyon geological and topographic features are quite stunning. This unique geographical area has been formed by continuous erosion over decades until reaching the current condition. The carved narrow ledges and slabs that have survived the erosive actions of the elements have steep 30 meters deep cliff drops and a series of narrow walkways cut on the ridges of giant rock walls that snake out into the densely forested valley.
The scenery up there is majestically beautiful and the views impressive; you would not expect such a nature behind the hills. The landscape is quite original, the scenic area offers an awesome 360° panorama best enjoyed at sunrise or sunset.
It’s good to be there before sunrise or sunset and take a walk as well. The whole panorama is very picturesque when the sun hits the top of the mountain-range.
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My name is Jonny, I am 40 years old living Hua Hin, Thailand. I have been living in Thailand past 7 years.
Q. How do you make a living?
A. I have investments in housing & properties in Australia
Q. Are you single?
A. Currently I am in a relationship with my Thai girlfriend
Q. How long have you lived in Thailand?
A. I have been living in Thailand for 7 years, I spent 2 years in Phuket, about 2 years living in Bangkok. Now I am in Hua Hin Thailand.
Q. Why did you start YouTube vlogging?
A. I think I will be able to show the best and worst of Thailand though my eyes. A new perspective on Living In Thailand.
Q. Do you speak Thai?
A. No, but I am currently studying it at school.
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