Lisu Homestay

Address: 76 Nong Thong, Mae Hong Son, 58150, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 76 Nong Thong, Mae Hong Son, is near Wat To Phae.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsLisu Homestay Mae Hong Son

    Reviewed by heatherlogue

    great to get off the beaten path, great home cooked food

    Reviewed Jan 6, 2011
    by (13 reviews) East Kilbride , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

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    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Lisu Homestay Mae Hong Son

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

    Travel Blogs from Mae Hong Son

    Mae hong son loop, whaaa!?

    A travel blog entry by kirbywaller on Aug 02, 2014

    1 comment, 55 photos

    day twenty-four / motorbike ride: a little confused on what to do today. i don't have a motorbike, and there's virtually nothing to do because the town is so small. hung out around the resort cafe. luckily, herntai is really serene. it's set in the middle of rice fields with wooden pathways connecting the cafe to manmade bungalows. great place to relax. was quietly reading my book when one of the workers insisted on a bike ride. he didn't speak any english, so i ...

    Day 10 - To Khun Yuam (65k)

    A travel blog entry by hodgeasaurus on Jul 14, 2014

    7 photos

    ... the highlight of the day was finding the worlds best coffee shop in the middle of nowhere on route. That's right - Move aside hipster Melbourne cafés (yes, even you Mama Nom Noms), we have found a winner. Amazing view. Awesome hut. Friendly folk. Good coffee. Plus other free ...

    Long neck tribe

    A travel blog entry by luciecox on Feb 15, 2014

    79 photos

    ... end up (you can choose to believe this or not). It supports the villagers that are in fact burmese and fled their country for a better life. They survive thanks to tourism and have a long tradition of wearing a heavy ringed necklace that appears to elongate their necks, hence their names. They keep adding rings as space gets created so the elder they are, the more rings they wear. In fact it is not the spine that moves, rather their ribs get pushed ...

    On the road again

    A travel blog entry by whereiskatie on May 09, 2013

    3 photos

    ... aching from our back packs, but pumped from the ride up.

    Mae Hong Son is nothing special, we only did it for the ride, so we go ourselves a guest house and settled down to just have a chilled evening.



    I can't take credit for the pictures, they were taken by Diana: http://www.backpacking-designer.com/
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    Saving face

    A travel blog entry by shiftinggears on Mar 02, 2013

    7 photos

    ... sorts of mishaps and misunderstandings when Thais engage with non-Buddhists, like we two "falang" (Westerners). "Saving face" is particularly problematic since tourists are constantly asking questions which, in order to "save face", are often answered in strange ways that can be disorienting to non-Asians. Here are a couple of examples from our experiences in Thailand to date.

    One day, in an early morning mental fog, Charles forgot his cycling shorts behind, ...