Mae Sariang Northern Thaialnd Panoramas

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  • The Mighty Salaween (Salwin) River in January 2018 Panorama 2

    The Mighty Salaween (Salwin) River in January 2018 Panorama 2 Panorama Preview

    Another view of the Salween in January 2018.

  • The Mighty Salaween (Salwin) River in January 2018

    The Mighty Salaween (Salwin) River in January 2018 Panorama Preview

    The Salween in January 2018, in the dry season. Very low water level but interesting landscape of sand and pebbles, washed round over tens of thousands of years.

  • Mae Sariang Guest House in 2013

    Mae Sariang Guest House in 2013 Panorama Preview

    The view from the roof terrace of Mae Sariang Guesthouse, Mae Sariang

  • The Mighty Salween (Salwin) in the Dry Season February 2013

    The Mighty Salween (Salwin) in the Dry Season February 2013 Panorama Preview

    The Salween in February 2013, in the dry season. Hardly any water and unsightly new "tourist infrastructure" in the form of small salas on the riverside.

  • The Mighty Salaween (Salwin) River in the Rainy Season 2008

    The Mighty Salaween (Salwin) River in the Rainy Season 2008 Panorama Preview

    The amazing Salaween River in July 2008, during the rainy season. The view of this gigantic river making its way through the verdant jungle is one of the greatest sights in Northern Thailand. The other side of the river is Myanmar (Burma).

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