Huaen Kham Resort
Travel Blogs from Mae Sai
... has a spot moves over, so all can keep
going. Roy kept watching the driving and one of the passengers told him. "Just don't pay
attention to the driver". Guess what it works! At the end of the day we are back home safe and sound. Guess we will mark this up to clean living and lots of prayers.
as aggressive as the drivers are here we have never seen any accidents. It's amazing !
so we are just driving ...
... This centre was also founded by the Princess mother to help others understand her hard work over many years, resulting in the trade in opium gradually being eliminated in Thailand. She encouraged the local people to stop cultivating poppies and switch to cold-climate plantation. Orchards replaced the opium fields and poppy farming became a thing of the past. We spent nearly two hours reading and taking in a lot of information, and it was now nearly 6pm. We weren't far from the ...
... with a new neck piece that coils around and around. After years of wearing the rings the women's neck muscles are too weak to hold their heads up by themselves so they end up needing the rings as a supportive brace. The reason why the Karen women put themselves though the neck lengthening routine is tradition, but it is also a way of making a living for the refugees.
We had mixed feelings about visiting this village, because it seemed exploitation ...
... day with breakfast at the hotel. Ben, the son's owner, made us fried eggs and toast. I have not had toast in a long time so it was very good. I noticed that the Thai add soy sauce to their fried egg. I did not try it but some of the students have and like it. The owner's daughter-in-law make blueberry cheesecake pies in individual round bowls. They looked really good so I ordered one for all of us for tonight's dessert. The students appear super excited about this.
Those of ...
... rises near the border with Laos sloping towards theMekong River. With spectacular views over the surrounding mountains, it is one of the famous tourist attractions of the Thai highlands near Chiang Rai. Tourists visit the mountain especially at dawn in order to catch a glimpse of ...
Other places to stay in Mae Sai
299 Phaholyothin Road, Mae Sai | Hotelfrom $18