Hut Ing Pai Resort

29 Moo 4 Tumbon Mae-Na-Thuang, Mae Hong Son, 58130, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 29 Moo 4 Tumbon Mae-Na-Thuang, Mae Hong Son, is near Wat To Phae.
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Travel Blogs from Mae Hong Son

Going Deep. Into the mountains of North Thailand

A travel blog entry by lisashoe on Feb 12, 2014

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... time, mostly caving and hiking with no fear that we might be held at gunpoint in the (now) green potato fields. It was a highlight of the trip, watching half a million swifts echolocate into the mouth of Lod Cave for the night as the bats darted out, hiking through mountains that looked just like home but with bananas as well as corn planted on the steep sloops. And sleeping under many blankets at night high in the hills at Cave ...

Chiang Mai to Mai Hong Son

A travel blog entry by sandyjean on Jan 30, 2014

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... ready for Chinese New Year, fireworks were going off every few minutes and the village leader invited us to stay for dancing. I'm ashamed to say that Rick was the first one up dancing I'm loosing me edge!

afterwards we went to a large cave area, the caves were enormous - we floated on a bamboo raft through them and made several stops climbing countless stairs ( more like ladders) to see the huge caverns. The last cave ...

7-Mae Sariang to Mae Hong Son

A travel blog entry by richard.wolters on Apr 27, 2013

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... in value from what they had been living on in France due to the difference in the cost of living. Except they did not have to work for it now. Anyone over 55 years of age can get a 1 year visa providing you can look after yourself. Yes I am listening. Would I want to do that? Yes I would.

The guesthouse in Mae Hong Son overlooks a small lake in the centre of town. Not much tourism here as it is a bit off the beaten track. This afternoon I visited ...

Saving face

A travel blog entry by shiftinggears on Mar 02, 2013

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... responses. We've also started using triangulation - exactly as we do in backcountry map and compass work. Now, when we need assistance with directions or other information, we just keep on asking different people, not proceeding any real distance until at least three sources give us similar answers. "Saving face" is a nice idea in theory, but what a hassle for a cyclist!

Ultimately, our trivial encounters with "saving face" are inconsequential. I find it far ...

MHS Loop - to Mae Hong Son

A travel blog entry by seattleluv on Sep 13, 2012

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Today was the roughest day for me. It was pouring down rain for the majority of our 120 km ride and I had two accidents and Matt had a close spill.

My first spill I was trying to stop on a steep incline hill, lost my footing and my hand slipped on the brake so I ended up in a really deep ditch. A Thai guy driving a truck stopped, grabbed two other Thai guys and the three of them pulled my bike out of this ditch... super embarrassing and a little scratched up ...