The Residence @ Mae Hong Son

Address: 41/4 Nivespisarn Road, Mae Hong Son, 58000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 41/4 Nivespisarn Road, Mae Hong Son, is near Ban Thai Spa.
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    Travel Blogs from Mae Hong Son

    Valentine's Day

    A travel blog entry by elgatofuerte on Feb 14, 2015

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    ... treat I finally got to meet Gail's husband who showed up later that night! That pretty much rounded out my Thailand experience because I was finally making the trip into Laos the next day. But Gail, you were the best hostess/cook/valentine I could have possibly hoped for. You were better than I deserved, and made my last week in Thailand a magical experience. If anyone ever makes their way into Pai, look her up. You will not be ...


    A travel blog entry by sarah1990 on Nov 11, 2014

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    ... the hostel now - over 15,000 baht on the table already! I don't think it will end any time soon so probably will head to bed soon!... Met some super cool people in the hostel, it's a proper secret garden place and I just really love Pai, could quite easily stay here for the rest of the trip, but really want to see the islands so on,y extended my stay until Saturday. Plan is to fly to Phuket, I've seen it at some travel agents for 1,500 so not too bad ...

    Broken down buses, drunk strangers, and trekking

    A travel blog entry by sierrayla on Oct 11, 2014

    21 photos

    ... with. I’d been on several multi-day hill tribe treks in Thailand and Laos and I thought Randy might enjoy it, depending on the company. Hill tribe treks can be amazing, so-so, or even depressing. I’ve been on treks where I was welcomed as a guest by the hosts and village and I’ve been on treks where I felt more like an intruder coming to see people on display. For the most part, Thailand seems to be very conscious about the adverse cultural effects of hill tribe ...

    Long-necked women and otherness

    A travel blog entry by sureimdecent on Oct 08, 2014

    1 photo

    ... Again acknowledging my massive amounts of privilege, the closest approximation I can make to my own experience is my choice to wear makeup. While many of my feminist friends take issue with this decision, it's one I make for a range of reasons - female ritual, artistry and a certain degree of reappropriation. For me, being told that the only way to resist something is to reject it completely feels just as oppressive as what I'm trying to fight. Overall, I mostly ...

    Beautiful Chiang Mai ☀️

    A travel blog entry by niomioconnor on Jul 25, 2014

    ... the nearest petrol station and came back to save us! We were so worried he wouldn't find the way back but somehow managed to remember the route, very impressive! We spent hours looking around the night bazaar, shopping a few bits and bobs and then enjoying the food court, which sells a large variety of cuisines and dishes! We got back to our hostel about 11 pm and all went straight to bed because we were so tired and desperate for some ...