A Happy New Year 2021
Thank you for your concerns and encouraging words to Borderless Dentists. It is regrettable that our activities are currently suspended due to the COVID-19.
Although we do not know when we could be active and resume the activities again, please keep your interests in us by visiting our Facebook page and website reguraly.
We would like to express out gratitude to all healthcare professionals out there who are fighting against COVID-19.We hope things will return to normal as soon as possible and we wish you happiness. Dr. Taka
MAE SOT, TAK, THAILAND
Temple in Mae Sot
Street in Mae Sot
Mae Sot is a central town for our activities. Many migrant learning centers and refugee camps are located in this area. Border exchanges with Myanmar have been historically very active and many migrants and ethnic minorities live around here. Furthermore, many foreign tourists and volunteers come to visit repeatedly so that Mae Sot becomes an attractive town mixed with other cultures based on Thai culture.
To those who are interested in volunteering, we are pleased to offer information about transportation and accommodation etc.
Mae Sot is a city in western Thailand that shares a border with Myanmar to the west. It is notable as a trade hub and for its substantial population of Burmese migrants and refugees. The city is part of Tak Province, 87 km from the city of Tak and 492 km from Bangkok. It is home to the district headquarters of Mae Sot District, and is the main gateway between Thailand and Burma. As a result, it has gained notoriety for its trade in gems and teak, as well as black market services such as people trafficking and drugs.
Thai-Myanmar Friendship Bridge
Myanmar side taken from Thailand
(People get the boat and across to Thailand )