No.4 Guest House

Address: 736 Indharakiri Road, Mae Sot, 63110, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 736 Indharakiri 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


An easy-going day after handing in our passports, which are now all at the Thai frontier post, with crews completing other formalities, such as exchanging 100 US Dollars and receiving a brown envelope of Burmese Kyats, otherwise referred to as “kit-kats” – so we all now have some local cash.

The rally-desk in the reception area of the hotel saw a long ...

Mae Sot, close to the border!

A travel blog entry by rophetveld on Oct 24, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

... call me Hercules haha. Here it is not very common to work out, it is either too expensive or they don't have time to go to the gym. After two days I was used to Thailand. I was feeling more comfortable and met some nice people. After I had arrived at the islands, it only got better and better. Until now, I never felt like going home and I'm still having an amazing time! I cannot imagine I'll get tired of traveling very soon. The only thing I could use by now, is my own ...

Bangkok to Mawlamyine via Mae Sot

A travel blog entry by daveandjenna on Mar 08, 2014

5 photos

... or the police, to the point where it seemed unlikely that he’d make any profit. The jungle road finally over, we had another car wash before starting the final hour towards Mawlamyine. The passport checks finally over, we were able to enjoy the scenery (while trying and failing to stay awake) and attempt to grasp the fact that we were well into Myanmar, a country we had been looking forward to visiting for some time. Exhausted and dusty, we finally rolled into Mawlamyine just after ...

Mae Sot Macaroons: A fine desert to a great meal

A travel blog entry by sklitgord on Jul 05, 2013

2 comments, 35 photos

... and New Zealand). They are not here for vacation put work as volunteers and NGO (non goveverment Organizations) helping the many refugees that cross into Thailand from Myanmar, or as most people say , Burma.
This mixture of cultures provides for an interesting flare to the city. There many restaurants that cater to different groups of people allowing us to sample very unique, yet all absolutely delicious foods for each meal. The Saturday market and the ...

Mae Sot Refugee Camp -part 2

A travel blog entry by ecrompton on Dec 27, 2011

9 photos

... seen pictures and hearing Billy talk extensively about the camp, I had a good idea of what to expect.

The elevated hut was built about 5 feet off the ground with wood and bamboo. Woven bamboo covered the sidewalls and floor. We climbed the strong ladder made of thick bamboo and were greeted by our hosts, the Grandparents of Lincoln’s very own LLP and PP and ZMO from Lower Macungie Middle School. Several ...

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