The Mae Sariang Morning Market
Put the Morning Market on top of your must-visit list in Mae Sariang. It’s one of the best places to feel locals’ simple life from close housing many fresh fruits and vegetable stalls. Watch the life of Mae Sariang go by and also have breakfast at Halal congee breakfast spot.
The Burmese Temples at Wat Jong Soong
Wat Jong Soong is situated near the Morning Market to park your car and visit the market. The temple houses over one-hundred-year-old Mon-style pagodas and buildings survived a fire accident in the late 19th century. Don’t miss out on seeing the newly-built Mon architectural-style structures you may never find anywhere in Thailand. Absorb in the colorful multi-tiered roofs encompassed by Thai Northern style paper lanterns.
The Mae Sariang Museum
Mae Sariang Museum is located near the natural border of Thailand and Myanmar, filled with Mon’s culture worldwide. The museum is a stunning fusion of cultures offering a building designed with a tall multi-tiered roof similar to the Mandalay temples in Myanmar. Don’t ever miss out on visiting this prominent landmark.
The Wat Chom Thong Viewpoint
Visiting the 3 “Chom” temples is a popular activity most Thais do in Mae Sariang. The 3 temples are constructed on the top of three high hills encircled Mae Sariang offering an awe-inspiring viewpoint overlooking the town from three different angles. Wat Chom Tong is the first nearest Chom temple to the city center. To escape from the annoying sun, the best visiting time is early in the morning. You can walk up 300 steps to the top or drive up to enjoy the panoramic view of Mae Sariang and its rice fields.
The Wat Chom Kitti Viewpoint
Wat Chom Kitti, situated south of Mae Sariang Town, delivers a great view of rural areas and the landscape of Mae Sariang. Drive along a narrow and steep road to the top of the Chom Kitti hill, welcomed by a white Mon-style pagoda and a stunning 180 view of the town.
The Evening Walking Street
Mae Sariang walking street is open every evening except Tuesday and Thursday. You can explore the whole Mae Sariang culture while walking down the street and have the cheapest street food there.
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