Piya Guest House

Address: 1/1 Khunlumprapas, Soi 3, Mae Hong Son, 58000, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 1/1 Khunlumprapas, Soi 3, Mae Hong Son, is near Ban Thai Spa.
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      Travel Blogs from Mae Hong Son

      Once in a lifetime...

      A travel blog entry by sureimdecent on Oct 10, 2014

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      ... of fireworks (which start at about 5pm outside my window and don't stop until the following evening), the monks will emerge form the temple to receive offerings from the local community, marking the conclusion of a period of intensive mediation, as well as the end of the rainy season. I wake up at 5:30am and hitch a ride to the temple, which is perched on a mountain high above the town. The locals gather along the stairs, outfitted in their national or tribal dress ...

      Beautiful Chiang Mai ☀️

      A travel blog entry by niomioconnor on Jul 25, 2014

      This morning me, Scarlett and Ryan, a guy she had met on the bus journey all went for breakfast together and decided to make the most out of our day. Scarlett is a girl I met in the hostel in Krabi, who is from Germany and happened to be coming to Chiang Mai on the same day as me! It was meant to be �� We rented bikes and took a road trip up into the hillside, where you find some beautiful scenic view points and a big ...

      Life of Pai

      A travel blog entry by chris.boyle78 on Jul 09, 2014

      3 comments

      ... time to find my guesthouse. But when I did, wow. It was like something from a Vietnam War film. In a good way, not destruction and horror, but beautifully scenic countryside. Bamboo cabins surrounding rice paddies, with a pond in the centre with ducks in it. I had a cabin all to myself and could sit on it's porch/veranda and watch the ducks. It was most serene, like the Greek scene in Bill And Ted's ...