Thai-Japan Friendship Memorial Hall
Poodoi Namfaa Tour & Trekking
This new outfit can arrange various outdoor pursuits, all led by local Musoe, Lisu and Karen guides. The emphasis is on two-day rafting...
Nature Education Centre
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Next to Lemon Hill and run by an English and Thai couple, this formerly bare-bones beer shack has expanded to serving coffee and food....
Lonely Planet review
At the northern end of town, a collection of rusted military trucks marks the Thai-Japan Friendship Memorial Hall . Here weapons, military equipment, personal possessions and fascinating black-and-white photographs document the period when the Japanese occupied Khun Yuam in the closing weeks of the war with Burma. After they had recovered, some of the Japanese soldiers stayed in Khun Yuam and married. The last Japanese soldier who settled in the area died in 2000.