The Pai River (Thai: แม่น้ำปาย, RTGS: Maenam Pai, ) originates in the mountains of the Daen Lao Range, Pai District, Mae Hong Son Province, Thailand. The river flows first in a N/S direction and then in an E/W direction down to Mueang Mae Hong Son District and across the Thai/Burmese border. The river tributes the Salween River in Kayah State, Burma. It is 180 km long.
The Pai river is popular for whitewater rafting and offers several options. The river ranges from class I rapids to class V and everything in between. The Pai river offers a scenic view of mountain forest and many choose to camp along the quiet river banks.
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... After a short trip they arrived in the hamlet of Wiang Pai (เวียงปาย), or Amphoe Pai as it is known today ... They then headed south to find a shortcut along the Pai River, so that they might ascend into the mountains once more ... After travelling for a longer period this time, they then headed back towards the Pai River ...
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