Young Kayan Lahwi woman working at a loom
Young Kayan Lahwi woman working at a loom


The Kayan Lahwi, also known as the Padaung, are a sub-group of the Red Karen people. The women are famous for the brass rings worn around their necks, and it is for this reason that they are often thought of simply as the long-necked or giraffe women.

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Location: Chiang Mai Province, Thailand

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Young Kayan Lahwi woman working at a loom


The Kayan Lahwi, also known as the Padaung, are a sub-group of the Red Karen people. The women are famous for the brass rings worn around their necks, and it is for this reason that they are often thought of simply as the long-necked or giraffe women.

Alamy licensing details

Reference no: 0052397

Location: Chiang Mai Province, Thailand

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This item has been added to your cart. Please go to the shopping cart page to complete your purchase.