The Lahu tribe are famously known for their hospitality and generosity.
The Lahu language is derived from Tibeto-Burmese origin called Central Lolo or Ngwi. Since they didn't have their own written language, their alphabets were made using Roman English letters by Western missionary linguists. These days the most used script is called Lahu Dam.
The villages of the Lahu tribe are mostly located in the Northern Thai provinces of Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Tak, Mae Hong Son, Lampang, Kam Pheng Phet, Naan, and Phetchaboon.