Baiyoke Chalet Hotel

Address: 90 Khunlumprapas Rd, Mae Hong Son, 58000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 90 Khunlumprapas Rd, Mae Hong Son, is near Ban Thai Spa.
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    Travel Blogs from Mae Hong Son

    In love with Pai

    A travel blog entry by chargassor on Oct 09, 2015

    28 photos

    ... night. After a while a couple of the other guys decided they wanted food so we all took another stroll, torture! I gave in this time and visited Miss brownie and brought one of her homemade brownies yumMy. I then got tempted by a spicy sausage after one of the guys was eating one this was equally delicious. There are great tasty options for vegan food too I have already decided tomorrow I want papaya salad of a vegan wrap I have heard so much about. All in all a great day and I ...

    Finally came unstuck :-(

    A travel blog entry by sheath27 on Oct 06, 2015

    25 photos

    Soooo, after a great feed in the Pai night market on Sunday I was up early to check out the tourist traps. Pai canyons were first, a bit of trekking and it was like the Grand Canyon on a miniature scale. Did 2 things I never thought I would do up there. Took a selfie AND used a selfie stick ( yes I know, good head for radio) Next up, the Big Buddha and Wat Somethingora****inother. It was around 37 degrees by this point and even the moto refused to climb ...

    N.Thailand motorbike trip - Mae Hong Son loop

    A travel blog entry by chrisandamelia on May 19, 2015

    2 comments, 66 photos

    ... went! All captured on camera too. No injuries, just a lot of mud, we climbed back on the bike and made it in one piece back to the road. Another 10km down the road we made a quick stop for some spring rolls and sticky rice to tie us over until we reached Rak Thai. Since the sun was back out, we packed the ponchos away. Stupid mistake, as no more than 20km further we had to cover up again. Keeping with the theme, we arrived to our next destination in the rain again, soaked through, ...

    Thailand - The Mae Hong Son Loop

    A travel blog entry by thailand_dream on Apr 05, 2015

    228 photos

    ... which is well worth an explore. After here i made my way down and around the mountain and joined back up with highway 108 where it was a straight run all the way home to Chiang Mai. The Songkran festival (basically a country-wide water fight, which will be explained and covered in more detail in the next blog update), which wasn't supposed to start until the following day, had already been started by a few eager enthusiasts. Luckily i always carry a Pembrokeshire County Council bin ...

    Exploring Pai on a motorbike

    A travel blog entry by robhoskin on Feb 13, 2015

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... ahead. However, we looked at the ridiculously steep hill ahead of us and accepted defeat. We would try and go back down the hills we had been driving up for the past half an hour. Driving down was scarier than driving up as I gripped both brakes and our tyres skidding down the hill. At one point my front brake had stopped working, probably because I was gripping it so tightly, and we were relying on just our back brake to slow us down. We started to believe in Friday the ...