Pai Canyon

Pai Canyon

Amazing place to visit. The views at sundown are just fantastic. There is are steps leading to the first viewing point, it's just some minutes. Then you can freely walk through the canyon but there is not any kind of safety whatsoever so I would strongly recommend shoes and not sandals. If you like stunning natural views and some climbing/trekking, then you do not want to miss this place. Really easy to get here on a scooter.

Although it’s not quite comparable with Grand Canyon, this place offers very unique geological structure. It is quite high and some path are narrow, so please make to watch kids.
You need to climb up some areas and it gets a bit slippery so probably shoes with grip would be better.
I really enjoyed the view wand little walk with a bit of thrill :)

Impeccable views, if you thought the stairs up to the canyon was bad it is only just beginning.. the first hills views are great, the first image uploaded. But to see the best best you will have to do a bit of climbing, I wouldn’t say it’s beginner but with patience and hand/footing concentration you will be able to climb it safe. My girlfriend is afraid of heights and I managed to get her to come along, she was so happy with herself and the views we saw at the top. We have gone during rainy season so in the summer I’m sure it would be easier! Highly recommend

Good place to see the sunset. Can get quite busy so you need to get in early. Been here twice. In tourism high season shops and food outside. Amazing spring rolls. Off season the canyon is busy but all the shops and cafes are gone.

Super nice place to watch the sun go down, even with the smoke. Remember to come a bit before the actual time of sunset because it dips below the mountains a little bit earlier. Plenty of great walks to do too, I just would attempt them between 12-4 because it's too hot.

Free entry, get some beers and go watch the sunset. Wear trainers as you'll probably want to climb a bit to get the best shot!
We only went at sunset but it's open all day and you can explore the area. Take water if you do, it's out in the open and gets hot!

Great nature hiking. It is low on shade in some places so prepare yourself appropriately during the hot days. Also some trails require mild climbing and scaling if rocks if you wish to enjoy the trails. So plan accordingly!

Only right way to spend your time during sunset is watching it from Pai Canyon. Recommending wearing comfortable and grippy shoes, not flip flops! Come an hour or two before the sunset to do a walk around, so worth it.