Sriwieng Guesthouse

Address: 44 Makasunti Rd., Tambol Chngkam, Amphur Muang, Mae Hong Son, 58000, Thailand | Hotel
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.


This hotel, located on 44 Makasunti Rd., Tambol Chngkam, Amphur Muang, Mae Hong Son, is near Ban Thai Spa.
Map this hotel

Travel Blogs from Mae Hong Son

N.Thailand motorbike trip - Mae Hong Son loop

A travel blog entry by chrisandamelia on May 19, 2015

2 comments, 66 photos

... off our jackets and helmets, and willingly sat down. Neither of them spoke a word of English, but we managed to order enough satay sticks for the two of us, some sticky rice, and a papaya salad. Absolutely delicious! Reluctantly we dressed up and off we went - the thought of even putting on a biker jacket in 35°C makes you feel faint! The road from Khun Yuam to Mae Hong Son was one of Chris' favourite roads to ride, with nice large curves to weave his way along. I could ...

Thailand - The Mae Hong Son Loop

A travel blog entry by thailand_dream on Apr 05, 2015

228 photos

... lake in the foreground. It also offers a great photo opportunity at night when the lights turn on. On the western circumference of the lake lies the relaxing Nong Jong Kum park area. After the usual explore and wander around town to get my bearings, i hit the sack ready for the next day. I woke up early and headed for Su Tong Pae Bridge. Su Tong Pae is from the Thai Yai or Shan language, who are Thai people with Burmese lineage. It translates to something along the lines of the ...

This hippie town called Pai

A travel blog entry by lenainasia on Feb 23, 2015

15 photos

... And that only gets more at night. Jazz- and reggae bars, life music, bonfires, people wearing chill, wide, organic hippie clothes, amazing street food, friendly locals and the feeling that you just wanna stay here forever and never ever wanna leave this amazing place that feels like home straight away. Totally different from other places, this town advertises the fact that there really is nothing much to do here and that you should just come here to relax, enjoy ...

Arrival in Pai

A travel blog entry by arrio.hoffman on Jan 10, 2015

2 photos

... a camper in the back adapted for passengers, much like the taxi's we had used since we arrived in Chiang Mai. A trio consisting of two ladies and one man, all French, also got on board with us, as well as a middle aged man who was balding, white-skinned, in a t-shirt and jeans, a dark skinned asian woman accompanied him, wrapped around his arm. He was Irish. We spoke to him during our short trip to the train station. He gave us lots of information about ...

Life Of Pai

A travel blog entry by sarahtallulah on Dec 10, 2014

3 photos

I set foot in this beautiful paradise within the mountains and after an hour did not want to leave. I could say it was because it was I knew a load of people, I could say it was because I had a reunion with two of my favourite people I've met while travelling. However it is in fact just the place it self. Pai I can not do justice for the feeling and vibe of the place, it is the most relaxed and chilled place full of thrift and vintage shops, live music each night, a Kurfew ...