A traditional Pakakayor Karen hill tribe village where many people still wear traditional garments. Married women wear red hand-woven tube skirts with stripes of various colours embroidered with jobs’ tears and decorated with red pieces cloth. Single women wear a long white dress decorated with colourful patterns whereas men wear a red loose shirt with trousers or sarongs. Most of the garments are hand woven by villagers from cotton they grow and spin. Hill tribe products can be bought here at various shops in the village.