Su Tong Pae Bridge, Mae Hong Son, Thailand

Su Tong Pae Bridge is a bamboo bridge, supported by woods, that was actually built by the villagers of Kung Mai Saak, for the monks to cross over the rice fields from the village to the Buddhist Temple, at the other end. Stretches about 500 meters, it was beautifully structured with simple designs in April 2012. Su Tong Pae is a language of Thai Yai (Thailand people of Burma lineage) which means “successful prayer”. It is a source of pride amongst the local community.

Starting point of the bridge from Kung Mai Saak Village

Jailani Mahmood

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