No.4 Guest House

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

Escaping from the Madhouse

A travel blog entry by nataliegodliman on Mar 22, 2014

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... is a madhouse to say the least. But it seemed like a good experience so we took it on. Our optimism was soon crushed the next day when we realized our job as volunteers here pretty much consisted of doing nothing. Like nothing. Like boredom. But boredom and constant stress with all the noise, the kids jumping on you and poking you, the dogs barking and fighting, I'm sneezing all day with the cats. But somehow in all of this there is nothing ...

Mae Sot Macaroons: A fine desert to a great meal

A travel blog entry by sklitgord on Jul 05, 2013

2 comments, 35 photos

... just like I remembered them, the calls of the gibbon in concert with the crows of the roosters and clucks of the hens.
This sanctuary was started after Pharanee and her husband Bill, took a baby gibbon a hunter, who had killed its mother to get the baby and hopefully sell it, a common practice in Thailand. They names this baby Chester, later becoming Miss Chester. Miss Chester sparked the Deter's quest to help the many abandoned and abused gibbons that need ...

Market diversity

A travel blog entry by shiftinggears on Feb 17, 2013

1 comment, 21 photos

... The Mae Sot market is definately the most fascinating one I have ever been to, thanks to an intriguing diversity of goods and people. It is a huge market that has overtaken a square kilometer of streets just off the main drag through town, though scooters and other small vehicles still push their way through the jam-packed mass of buyers, sellars, shops and stalls. This is a real local market: for locals, by locals, selling ...

...and life will never be quite the same.....

A travel blog entry by joanknab on Oct 28, 2012

2 comments, 21 photos

... somewhat, the Burmese are still flowing into these camps every day to escape the extreme poverty, ethnic persecution, the burning of their rice fields and villages, the expectation that their sons will serve in an army that is killing their own people, and a fragile day to day existence, never knowing if tomorrow you will be pulled from your home, never to be seen again. And yet, they enter another life in these camps confined to within a 5 km radius of the camp ...

Village Home Stay

A travel blog entry by yiasia on Sep 28, 2012

49 photos

... first day we took a tour of Pun Pun farm and learned about seed saving, natural building methods, and their general mission here. It was so hot. They made lunch for us at the farm in the communal kitchen.

The days following we helped out around the village and on the farm. We did all kinds of activities including; swimming in the reservoir with some local kids, bonding with the families, taking some classes on Thai cooking ...

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