Maesot Guest House

Address: 208/4 Intarakeeree Road, Mae Sot, 63110, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 208/4 Intarakeeree Road, Mae Sot.
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Travel Blogs from Mae Sot

Dag 19 - Mae Sot - Pre Burma rustdag

A travel blog entry by car2mandalay15 on Feb 19, 2015

... rally-crews receiving their Burma number-plates, with driving licence and insurance to follow when we reach their frontier-post. There is a general air of excitement and expectation now that the closed-road timed test-sections have ended but we are anticipating the prospect of being the first international car rally to cross the frontier. Rarely does a car-rally contribute to international relations but tomorrow we are playing a part ...

Last days

A travel blog entry by leanneforbes on Jan 21, 2014

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Travelled back to Maesot yesterday in a siang chow - not sure if that's how you spell it...a Ute with a canopy and seats along either side. It was a long 4 hour trip through the windy mountains and packed in like sardines. Caught a Tuk Tuk to Sweets house and retired very early. Went for a bike ride this morning to a lake nearby which was just stunning. The head of the village was walking his fighting bull and sharpening his horns at the side of the lake. He didn't know any ...

Mae Pa

A travel blog entry by leanneforbes on Jan 13, 2014

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Had a change of plans yesterday and only got to Maesot this afternoon. Arrived at the airport to be met by a friend of the lady and her family that I am staying with as she couldn't get there. Only problem he was on a scooter and impossible for me to fit with large suitcase for the 10 km ride...! I caught a Tuk tuk instead and after a few phone calls back and forth we found her house/ orphanage - backing onto some rice fields at the end of some winding streets in a small ...

Mae Sot Macaroons: A fine desert to a great meal

A travel blog entry by sklitgord on Jul 05, 2013

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... also reflects this mixture of cultures as there are many shops and stalls which have been influenced by one or several of the cultures.

Ok, so I really like markets because for me they are just so much fun and for me are one of the best ways to see a slice of the life of the people who live in the surrounding areas. I guess that is why I keep bring them up and visiting markets whenever I can.
We visited two markets, the border ...

Mae Sot Refugee Camp -part 2

A travel blog entry by ecrompton on Dec 27, 2011

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... sat in the 10X10 foot main living quarters; truly an all-purpose room for eating, sleeping, praying, and visiting. Meals are prepared in an adjacent passageway and served in the main room.

Walking gingerly, we were careful to step on the crossbeam structure that supported the bamboo. A toddler was napping in the corner, while we were joined by 15 to 20 family members ages 1 to 80. We slowly became acquainted with a ...

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