Today, Meisle is one of the largest tea producing areas in Thailand, and also the most distinctive tourist attractions and summer resorts in Chinglai Prefecture. Tea lovers might as well buy some when they come to Meisle, not only for a taste of tea, but also for their compatriots. It is necessary to go through Qinglai to Meisle, but there is no direct bus from Qinglai to Meisle. So we started from Chiang Rai Bus Terminal and took a bus to Mae Sai, 20B for each. More than half an hour later, I got off at No. 1130 Highway intersection in Ban Basan, where there was only one two cars going into the mountains!! ___________
When I came to such a historic place, I couldn't control my emotions. The mixture of depression and reverence made me resonate with Meisle.
There are two places to visit, one is the Yimin Museum of Literature and History in Northern Taipei and the other is Duan General's Cemetery. These two places are accessible on foot from the police station entrance. The people here are very friendly. They can leave their luggage in a shop near the police station and then go to these two places lightly. Meisle is a place rarely visited by tourists. It is located in a remote area, full of Chinese culture. Restaurants are almost all traditional Yunnan cuisine, shops and hotels, and most of them are Chinese speakers. Local schools teach in Putonghua, and residents talk in Putonghua. Everything here is so cordial.
One by one, they changed trains and came to the paradise of Mesler. It was the king's birthday. In the evening, minority villagers from all over the country and eight miles gathered on the playground of the school in Meisle Town to celebrate the king's birthday with flowers, songs, dances and fireworks. We had the privilege to participate in their activities. The respect of the people for the king came from their hearts. We were moved by the scene.
In the foreign homeland of the disabled army of the National Army, Meisle Township is the representative. The scenery is very similar to Menghai County Tea Township in Xishuangbanna. The inhabitants are mostly descendants of two or three generations of Yunnan people. It is commonly used in Yunnan dialect. Now Thailand is also a famous tea town. Tea is really delicious!
There are some famous Chinese local restaurants in Mesle Village, which must be tried. The local black chicken soap and hot pot are good. Some local teahouses sell herbal tea, which can help blood circulation. Most of the people here are Chinese who fled the war and settled in Thailand a long time ago. They are now Thai citizens.