King Kobra Guesthouse and Inn

Address: Mae Sai, Thailand | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Mae Sai

Tubing tales

A travel blog entry by alsb73 on Jan 23, 2015

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After so many temples and sightseeing we really felt like a lazy day today so booked a tubing trip up the Mae Ping river North of Chiang Mai. The company pick you up at 10.30 from one of two central locations and it is about an hour north through the suburbs and then into lush countryside. The road is bordered by emerald paddy fields and in the distance the mountains shimmer in the sun. After a briefing you lock up your valuables and are taken 10km ...

I Have Been to Laos

A travel blog entry by debbie.loop on Jan 17, 2015

2 comments, 31 photos

... outside of the city wall and the Royal wat was inside the city walls. We also saw a place where they prepare the body after death. (Funeral preparation). I was told that the monks believe that there are ghosts that reside in that area.

The ice cream vendor that was sitting at our next stop made out pretty good. Each one of us treated ourselves to an ice cream of some sort after we walked around the old Royal Jedi. Our trip back to Chiang Rai did not seem too long ...

Life in Luang Probang

A travel blog entry by nickandbon on May 24, 2014

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... a while to get the hang of it at the beginning, but by the end he was a pro and a million times faster and better than me. I'm gutted that I only found this class on the morning we were leaving, as I would of gone everyday to learn something new. But we can wear our new hand made jewellery with pride! We met some people at the waterfall and decided to embark on the next journey with them. Adam (our friend) met someone, somewhere, who had drawn ...

Dipped my toe in Myanmar

A travel blog entry by jonpoland on Feb 16, 2014

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It was visa border-run time, so yesterday I jumped on a Greenline Bus to Mae Sai. Public buses are available at a fraction of the price, but they aren't nearly as comfortable and take much longer. Except for the fact that I went to the wrong place and almost missed my bus (the Greenline folks took me to the street where the bus passes by and had it stop for me), it was an uneventful journey that took about five hours. The roads ...

Crossing the Border

A travel blog entry by dmauger on Jan 25, 2014

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... vs Predator and Hellboy. Going into the temple you come face to face with large representations of Buddha, which is typical for most temples. The difference however is the walls. There is little ornamentation, just massive murals covering all the walls. The murals themselves were the most interesting part. Unfortunately we were not allowed to take pictures inside, so I will do my best to describe what I saw.

As I said the back wall contained a large painting ...

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