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The district of Mae Sai is located in the province of Chiang Rai. The other districts in Chiang Rai province are :
|Chiang Khong||Chiang Rai City||Chiang Saen|
|Doi Luang||Khun Tan||Mae Chan|
|Mae Fa Luang||Mae Lao||Mae Sai|
|Mae Suai||Pa Daet||Phan|
|Phaya Mengrai||Thoeng||Wiang Chai|
|Wiang Chiang Rung||Wiang Kaen||Wiang Pa Pao|
If you are looking for a Real Estate Agent in Mae Sai then here are those registered with us that cover the Mae Sai district of Thailand.
|Benchmark Asia Property Co., Ltd||contact this agent|
|Indigo Chiang Mai Real Estate||contact this agent|
|Perfect Homes||contact this agent|
|Phuket Ocean Villas||contact this agent|
|Lanta Island Property||contact this agent|
|letinchiangmai - Rental Property Managment by buyinchiangmai||contact this agent|
|Forbes Le Brock||contact this agent|
|Satihoga - Tropical Homes||contact this agent|
|Real CM||contact this agent|
|Asia Property World||contact this agent|
|Chiang Mai Casa - boutique custom homes||contact this agent|
If you are a Real Estate Agent, Letting Agent or Broker with property listings in Mae Sai and would like to be included on this list then please contact us.Mae Sai is the northernmost district (amphoe) of Chiang Rai Province in northern Thailand. The town of Mae Sai is a major border crossing between Thailand and Burma. Asian Highway Network AH2 (Thailand Route 1 or Phahonyothin Road) crosses the Mae Sai River to the town Tachileik in Burma. One-day passes for non-Burmese nationals crossing into Burma are issued at Burma customs in Tachileik. Passports are confiscated and a temporary travel permit is issued; the permit is exchanged for the traveler's passport upon crossing back into Thailand. Neighboring districts are (from the east clockwise) Chiang Saen, Mae Chan and Mae Fa Luang. To the north is Myanmar, separated by the Mae Sai River and the Ruak River. The westernmost part of the district contains several hills, the most important one is the Doi Tung with the Wat Phra That Doi Tung temple on top. The district is subdivided into 8 subdistricts (tambon), which in turn are further subdivided into 92 villages (muban). There are two subdistrict municipalities (thesaban tambon) within the district - Mai Sai itself covering parts of the tambon Mae Sai and Wiang Phang Kham, and Huai Khrai covering parts of the tambon Huai Khrai. There are further 8 Tambon administrative organizations (TAO).
Last updated 17-04-2014
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