Inn Come Hotel
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Banquet room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... baht remaining as we had managed to finally exchange our money into US dollars in Mae Sai. After waiting a very long time we then went to the opium museum which again we could not afford as this was the equivalent of a drink which we do not skimp on. Finally we returned to our hotel at about 8, with just enough time to get some food at our hotel and repack our bags for the millionth time for a rather convoluted journey the following ...
... to arrange. Staff and students are always so nice. On the first day I came, two students approached me immediately, asked me where I am from then started to chat.
Students here are always so cute and sweet. They are all with different levels of disabilities, but the care and support they give each other is simply amazing. You see one student pushing a wheelchair student to the dinning area, instead of getting her walker to go to the kitchen alone. You see ...
First we visited Wat Rung Khun, the White Temple, 13km south of the city. Unlike most Buddhist temples we’ve been visiting, this one is very modern. In fact, they’re still working on it! The main ordination hall is nearly complete but there are plans for several other buildings, and with the level of detail and artistry going into the construction it’s not hard to believe that their timeline of finishing in ...
... our bags dangled precariously on the roof. When we got to the station booked the ticket then got a taxi to our accommodation only to go past the 2nd bus station on the way.
When we arrived at the accommodation we were greeted by a friendly Thai man who advised that someone who booked a superior room decided they wanted our standard room as it was on the 1st floor so we got a free upgrade! He also explained that we couldn't miss ...
... he believes the whole project won't be finished until 2070, with more temples due to be built around it. The temple is free to visit and donations are accepted but nothing too big as the artist doesn't want his motives to be misinterpreted. The temple is beautiful, bright white with loads of mirrored tiles making the whole thing glitter in the sun. It is surrounded by a river/moat and the attention to detail is absolutely stunning. Unfortunately we ...