King Kobra Guesthouse and Inn

Mae Sai, Thailand | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Mae Sai

Can't Believe we are in Myanmar

A travel blog entry by debbie.loop


... image is based on the day of the week that you were born. The inside of the temple looked so different than the Thai temples. The inside of the temples were not as beautiful. They used strings of colored lights in the front of the temple, which reminded me of Vegas or a gambling casino. Like Thailand, you had to take your shoes off before entering the temple; however, they charged you 2 baht to get your shoes back. Sounds like ...

Life and Work in Sop Ruak with Research Scientists

A travel blog entry by ptpattys_places


FUN, work, rice and noodles, and HEFALUMPS!

Please see photos and descriptions of our staff, really quite interesting and all the young girls were adorable, patient and SO SMART!!! Barry and I predict excellent futures for each of them.

Sob Ruak: comfortable to walk around in, torn down buildings next to immaculately kept establishments and temples, very friendly and polite people who are helpful and patient with the ...

Mae Sai

A travel blog entry by hannahandtom


There were two reasons for going to Mae Sai, firstly it is as far North as you can go in Thailand and sits on the border with Myanmar (formally Burma) which we wanted to visit albeit if only for a day. Secondly it would be our base for exploring what is called the Golden Triangle, an area where the countries Laos, Thailand and Myanmar all meet in beautiful countryside.

When we first arrived we couldn't actually find anywhere to stay for quite a while. Mae Sai ...

Myanmar (Burma)

A travel blog entry by new_lands


... I go through all the form filling and I'm given my entry permit and I'm no sooner over the border when I'm approached by tuk tuk drivers to take me into town, however my plan is to go round the market near the border instead of venturing off too far.

I enjoy the differences between the two countries although fairly subtle and enjoy the experience, straight away I notice the tuk tuks seem ...

China and Burma in one week

A travel blog entry by efopreis


... beans drying in the sun. The road is easy to walk but goes very steep up and down so when we get to Mae Salong around 4 PM we are tired, overheated and really feel our legs. That calls for some beers on our terrace! We haven't counted on the 7 Eleven being so unsporty though: they don't sell alcohol before 5PM and now it's only 4. Strange rule that we haven't encountered before in Thailand. The really strange thing is that our guesthouse and probably everyone else, does sell ...


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