Climb 353 steps to reach Wat Phra That Mae Yen
Popularly known as the Temple on the Hill, Wat Phra That Mae Yen, is another great spot to watch the sun set. To reach the temple, drive up to the complex and begin your ascend over the 353 steps. The trail offers a beautiful view of northern Thailand and the hills around Pai. The best time to hike to Wat Phra That Mae Yen is either early morning or later in the day when the sun is about to set.
Have hibiscus juice at the Land Split
The story of how this spot in Pham Klang Village got its name dates back to 2008 when the land, without any warning, rain or earthquake, split 11 meters deep! What was once a freshly-planted soy bean farm became good for nothing. This time of need brought the farmer's attention to the plethora of hibiscus plants. Nine years later, the farmer's humble hibiscus empire is known all over the world. There are quite a few ways to get to the Land Split, which is 6.5km south of Pai town, but the easiest one is to get there via Pembok Waterfall.