Kho Kuu So Bridge ‘Walk on the wooden bridge and admire agricultural lots.’
For those who wish to get rid of stress, nature is a good solution. Instead of spending money on shopping for expensive things, why don’t you just try a new way? Let’s go to somewhere that doesn’t require a large amount of money and also allow you to take a break from everything you’re sick of
Here we suggest you ‘Book Kho Kuu So Bridge’ in Mae Hong Son Province, Thailand.
Kho Kuu So is a bamboo bridge running through rice fields. If you see it from the top view, you will see that the bridge is very long and, also, the fields are all large and look so beautiful in fresh green colour.
The name of the bridge, ‘Kho Kuu So’ originated from Shan word ‘Kho Kuu So’. ‘Kho’ means ‘bridge’ and ‘Kuu So’ means ‘merit’ .
The one who came up with the idea of building the bridge is Master Sakorn Jaruthammo, the director of Kaikiri Buddhist Monk Group. The Master wished to build the bridge to connect Pam Bok Village and the Buddhist Monk Group together. With the bridge, all monks can get from A to B conveniently. After talking to some villagers in Pam Bok Village, Ban Pang Tong and Ban Mae Leab, everything was ready. Therefore, the bridge was built in 2016.
The whole bridge is 815 metres long and about 1 metre high. You can walk on it, don’t worry. The bridge is strong, as it was built with concrete and steel structures. Just walk on it and take some nice photos.
You can even switch from this bridge to other bridges, as the bridge has many junctions.
How to get there
You should start your trip from Pai. First, let’s pass Coffee In Love, which is on the same route as Ban Pam Bok School. Turn right into the first alley you see. Continue straight until you reach Pam Bok Village. The bridge is located in the village. For more comfortable, you can contact us to the private tour or budget tour in Pai.
Note : Not accessible for wheelchair user