This Karen hill-tribe village lies along the Mae Kok River where the tribesmen raise and tame elephants for jungle work. ... More
This Karen hill-tribe village lies along the Mae Kok River where the tribesmen raise and tame elephants for jungle work. Besides this, they farm and hunt as well. The settlement consists of bamboo houses raised on stilts with farm animals such as pigs, chickens and buffalo living below. Usually clad in sarongs, white shirts and headscarves, the women in this village are skilled in sewing and dyeing fabrics. The folks here place great emphasis on respect for their ancestors and the living elders of their tribe. Access to the village is via long-tailed boats that leave from the Ban Tha Ton pier or from Chiang Rai.
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