There's little in the way of tour sites in Pai (most people simply come to put their feet up), but it is a great place to stroll along country lanes or even rent a motorbike and buzz around the countryside. There are a few small temples: Wat Klang is next to the bus station and has several small pagodas surrounding a central stupa, and Wat Mae Yen sits on a low rise about 1km (2/3 mile) east of the town, across the Pai River. It's approached by a long stairway and features some interesting carvings on its solid, wooden doors. There's a waterfall about 7km (4 1/3 miles) west of town past the hospital, and a hot spring about 7km (4 1/3 miles) to the southeast, past the Pai High School.
Tiny Pai boasts quite a few traditional massage places. The best option is Mr. Jan's Herbal Sauna and Massage (no phone), where you'll get a Burmese-style massage. Ask around for directions to Mr. Jan's -- it's on the narrow Soi Wanchaloem, off Chaisongkhram Road.
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