Get There: They’re everywhere!
Price: I wouldn’t pay more than 300 baht a night for a basic hut.
Pai has a variety of accommodation on offer to any visitor ranging from high end to hobo. The classic and most traditional place to rest your sleepy head is in a bungalow held up by dodgy stilts and covered by a shitty grass roof. There are many little family-run places which have a main eating/chilling/reception hut and bungalows scattered over the field, down a hill, on a hill or in the valley. The cheapest huts are pretty simple with beds, mosquito nets and a fan. What more could a hobo ask for?