Take the steps up the hill near the border to Wat Phra That Doi Wao for superb views over Mae Sai and Myanmar. This wát was reportedly constructed in memory of a couple of thousand Burmese soldiers who died fighting…
This open-air restaurant serves the namesake noodles from Sukhothai, as well as satay and a few other basic dishes. There’s no English-language sign here, but it’s the busy place right on the corner.
This tiny restaurant does an excellent biryani, not to mention virtually everything else Muslim, from roti to samosas.
An expansive night market unfolds every evening along Th Phahonyothin.
Mae Sai's open-air gem market.
A Chinese temple in Mae Sai.