Baiyoke Chalet Hotel

108, Mae Hong Son, 58000, Thailand | Hotel
Prices starting from $26.00

Travel Blogs from Mae Hong Son

Day 40 - Pai

A travel blog entry by callie-lucy


... Lucy and I were unsure as, although the guy instructing us said we were good enough, I definitely didn't feel confident. In the end we rented three mopeds with Anna, Lucy and I driving and Dani on the back of Anna's. We headed to a waterfall. Anna navigated and Lucy and I followed, I was very very nervous after almost crashing into a man when leaving the shop, but enjoyed the freedom of the bigger roads as we got out of the town. The ...

Life of Pai

A travel blog entry by natandross


... to turn it into a glorified heater, something we weren't expecting to have to do on this trip. It's lucky we had packed a couple of fleeces. Our accommodation was also really nice and relaxed, despite being surrounding by a gang of roosters who spent most of their time trying to out-crow each other (whoever said that roosters only crow in the morning is a compete liar).

So, other than that not much to report from Pai, except for it being a great place to hang out (we ...

Merry Christmas!

A travel blog entry by mattgottwald


... Mai as well. There were 8 of us and it was a really nice group. We hiked along small paths through the bamboo woods stopping at a few waterfalls and view points. From one of the waterfalls you could jump off the cliffs, it must have been at least ten metres and into freezing water! The night before we had had a really random night drinking with a Thai rescue team and this was one hell of a way to sober up after a night drinking Thai whiskey! They were really ...

Going further north!

A travel blog entry by lhughes


We left Chiang Mai on the 30th November to travel north to a small town called Pai. The bus here was 3 hours along a mountain road which is nicknamed vomit highway because of the 724 turns! Pai is a beautiful chilled out town surrounded by mountains and full of street food and markets stalls. Our first hostel was horrible! We used the sleeping bags for the first time as we really didn't want to sleep on ...


A travel blog entry by katandpete


... big hug. A truly lovely lady. Pai itself was a very chilled out place. The town was small with one Main Street of shops and restaurants. It is known as a bit of a hippy town as it has become a settlement for artists who come to paint the fantastic views. The shops and street stalls are very bohemian and eclectic and at night the main walking street comes alive with street food vendors and street artists. It's a really interesting and chilled out place to hangout. The main ...

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