Baan Nern Khao View Pai Resort

Address: 183 Moo 1 Baan Maeyen, Pai, 85120, Thailand | Campground
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Location

This campground, located on 183 Moo 1 Baan Maeyen, Pai, is near Mhor Peng Fishing Park.
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Travel Blogs from Pai

Crazy Sunday in Chiangmai ��

A travel blog entry by niomioconnor on Jul 27, 2014

Today me, Scarlett and Ryan decided to allow ourselves a lay in because none of us have really had much sleep in the last week. At about one o'clock Ryan's friend Paul arrived and we all went for brunch together, in a really cheap but good cafe we found, which serves beans on toast!!!!! Oh yes! I think it's safe to say that Ryan and Scarlett are feeling hungover after last nights crazy antics but for some strange reason ...

Day 41 - Pai

A travel blog entry by callie-lucy on Jun 03, 2014

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... Almost in hysterics, we decided to leave. As Dani still wasn't feeling well the three of us then biked to a highly recommended waterfall. Unlike the waterfall the day before, there were other tourists here swimming in the naturally created pools, but at least we could also swim! The others were sliding down the slippery rocks and jumping into pools, but we were much too scared to attempt that. After a walk round and some exploring, we stripped down to our ...

Another day in Pairadise

A travel blog entry by krocodiletears on May 02, 2014

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The bikes were loaded and we were ready to go by eight. I had built up the ride to Pai to be something akin to running across the Sahara barefoot with a penguin under each arm. So much has been made of the hundred kilometer stretch of tarmac to Pai. For days I have been psyching Franki up for today's bike ride. She faces it with some trepidation. My strategy is to make the trip sound so daunting that anything less than a ride to hell and back will be a ...

Week 2 - Chiang Mai to Pai, Thailand

A travel blog entry by adventurekez on Mar 16, 2014

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... occasionally lazily riding into town on my moped for food. I did go exploring a couple of days, taking in the Canyons, Waterfalls and Hot Springs, the temple on he hill and the giant white Buddha, none of which really lived up to their billing but were worth seeing and got me out of the house :) Most evenings I'd head into town with the guys from my hostel - John, an Irishman around my age, and 2 younger English lads. Order of play was generally to grab some cheap ...

Life of Pai

A travel blog entry by nataliegodliman on Mar 16, 2014

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... upon us, we found some natural hot springs and went for a dip. It is annoying such beautiful, totally natural, hot baths are in such a hot country! Springs at the very top were 80c!! You couldn't go near them or feel the scolding heat rising in steam. Down stream, there were varying pools the further the river flowed, from 37c to 34c and we managed a few of them but not for long! I got so light headed and dizzy haha. There are some great Thai restaurants to go ...