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You need to do it because you are visiting Pai. I have seen a hundred big Buddha statues living in Eastern Asia or I would have enjoyed this more. The view is quite narrow, but decent. There are nicer views elsewhere. I went around 9...More
Worth it! No entrance fee and the walk up the stairs is nothing to see the magic at the White Buddha. Highly recommend going for sunset, it’s just a few min drive out of the main town area, wear your temple clothes!
A giant Buddha that you can see from the town below nestled up in the hills. There was over 300 stairs which are doable for most and there are places to stop and catch your breath if you need to. Sunset there is awesome. He...More
The huge Buddha statue was quite interesting to look at. The steps were quite a climb but nothing too strenuous. Just stop to catch your breath. I went in December so it was quite cooling but it was pretty sunny so I'd recommend you remember...More
The buddha is nice and seen from pai city centre. It is up just under 300 stairs, make sure you wear apropriate clothing. There is a possibillity to rent a sarong. Up by the buddha is a great place to sit and watch the sun...More
We cycled to the top. The hill was very steep. The pure white Buddha is huge and the view from the top of the hill is stunning, all the way into Myanmar. You can also climb the steps or drive to the top. Well worth...More
We were brought up here by minivan - thank goodness as the road was very steep! A lovely enormous white Buddha on a hill overlooking the river and into Myanmar. Nobody else there at the time, as it was late morning. We also travelled to...More
It's pretty much as per the answer above. Cross the bridge take the left fork. It's pretty easy to find if you have a sense of direction.mone thing I found was even if you took a wrong turn you almost always managed to... More
It's pretty much as per the answer above. Cross the bridge take the left fork. It's pretty easy to find if you have a sense of direction.mone thing I found was even if you took a wrong turn you almost always managed to find a way.mi would also recommend a visit to the tea house on top of the hill on the town side of Pai. The view is awesome !