Know Before You Go
This raised walkway is best to visit during the rainy season in Northern Thailand, which runs from June through October. If you go during the off-season, the rice fields will have already been harvested or dried up. While you’re there, be sure to check out the Pam Bok waterfall and swimming hole.
It’s important to dress modestly out of respect for both the villagers and the monks when visiting the bridge. And if you happen to come on an alms giving day/time, remember that it’s considered impolite for women to directly touch Buddhist monks. The temple is only open for visitors on Buddhist holidays, but there are a few straw alcoves on the bridge for your own meditative practice in nature.