Daw Guest House

Address: 9 Moo 1, T. Wingpangkum, Mae Sai, 57130, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 9 Moo 1, T. Wingpangkum, Mae Sai.
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Travel Blogs from Mae Sai

A Very Long Day Trip to the Golden Triangle

A travel blog entry by lindell on Feb 16, 2015

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... The Karen are a tribal group who historically lived in the hills on the Myanmar (formerly Burma) side of the Thai border. There are still around 40,000 Karen members today, but thousands have fled Burma over the decades due to political unrest.

The Karen women wear brass bands around their necks to elongate their necks. Every year of age another band is added until they are 25 and have 25 bands. Each time a woman adds a ring to her neck she ...

DIY Motorcycle Diaries

A travel blog entry by impressionsbykk on Oct 13, 2014

... you can't find your way. And not everyone you ask roadside know what you're looking for. Or the instructions are in Thai! Since being here, 99.9% people think I'm Thai and talk to me in Thai. We figured out this can be in our favour as many of the attractions have Foreigner price and Thai price. The difference can be between THB20-160, depending on the attraction! So, as long as they just see me, and I don't have to speak, we sometimes can get away with one ...

Life in Luang Probang

A travel blog entry by nickandbon on May 24, 2014

17 photos

... bit of paper for him directions to a really cool guesthouse/homestay, in the middle of nowhere but somehow kind of on route to Vang Vieng which was our next stop. There is no direct transport to this homestay, and no locals have ever heard of it, but we were more than happy to attempt to find a place via directions of what looked like a child's treasure map. So with our backpacks on, off we went to the next place.. To be continued in the next blog ...

Dipped my toe in Myanmar

A travel blog entry by jonpoland on Feb 16, 2014

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... the two countries (making sure to cross the road to the other side because that's the side Myanmarese drivers on) and hand over your passport to the official with either 500 baht ($15) or a $10 bill. Yes, that's a significant difference - the baht was much weaker when the payment options were set.

They don't hand your passport back. Instead, they take your picture and give you something that looks passportish that you ...

Chiang Saen & the Golden Triangle, 清盛

A travel blog entry by tjankwangwei on Jan 27, 2014

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... this evening cos the crowds were no longer here on a weekday. The open air food square was deserted and you get to choose to sit anywhere you like.

My dinner costs me only 80B for all these . In Chiang Rai, you're spoilt for choice!

I took a little stroll around the daily ...

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