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Introduction to Tak
Tak Province is found in northern Thailand along the country's border with Myanmar. The terrain is mountainous and mostly covered in thick forests much of which is protected in national parks and wildlife sanctuaries. Tak Town itself does not offer much to keep you occupied but is a good base from which to arrange trekking trips or other eco-adventure activities. The mountains to the west of the province provide some of the best rapids for whitewater rafting in Thailand, particularly along the upper reaches of the Mae Klong River. Umphang Wildlife Sanctuary boasts the kingdoms largest and most picturesque waterfall at Thi Lo Su. Other popular attractions in Tak include the Bhumibol Dam along the Ping River. At over 150 metres high it holds the distinction as the tallest dam in Southeast Asia. Mae Sot is a colourful border town with a few hotels and guest houses to choose from. Here traders from Burma, China, India, and Malaysia can be seen mingling with the local Thais. There are also quite a lot of NGO workers in the area due to the large number of Burmese refugees giving the town quite a cosmopolitan feel.
Popular Tak Hotels
The Wattana Village Resort features a beauty centre, meeting rooms and an outdoor pool. Facilities include a dry cleaning service, a playground..
The Baan Maitee Boutique House features a concierge and a beauty centre. Guests can also make use of the property's garden. The Baan Maitee..
The Tak Andaman Resort & Hotel offers a range of facilities and services to make your stay both comfortable and memorable. The Tak..
The J2 Hotel features a dry cleaning service, a laundry service and a concierge. Guests of the J2 Hotel can also opt for a relaxing massage,..
The Centara Mae Sot Hill Resort is a low rise hotel on the outskirts of Mae Sot Town with good facilities. Formerly known as Central Mae Sot Hill.