Kosit Hill Hotel

Address: Samukkechai Rd. A.muang Phetch 39, Mae Hong Son, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Samukkechai Rd. A.muang Phetch 39, Mae Hong Son, is near Wat To Phae.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Kosit Hill Hotel Mae Hong Son

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Travel Blogs from Mae Hong Son

N.Thailand motorbike trip - Mae Hong Son loop

A travel blog entry by chrisandamelia on May 19, 2015

2 comments, 66 photos

... to pay. Not much further up the road, I spotted some bamboo decking with cushions and small tables over a river. I tapped on Chris' shoulder and said we should turnaround and check it out as a potential lunch stop. It looked perfect, with BBQ chicken on offer, sticky rice, and in a remote, peaceful location, with just locals around. Despite the elderly couple at the eatery not speaking a word of English, with our minimal Thai, we managed to order half a chicken, two portions ...

Thailand - The Mae Hong Son Loop

A travel blog entry by thailand_dream on Apr 05, 2015

228 photos

... adverts. If you have the right bike, you'll be able to "get your knee down" a lot on this road. There are several waterfalls that can be visited along the way too. There are also 2 points of interest worth a short stop around 10km from Pai. The first of these is Memorial Bridge. This was built by the Japanese during WWII as a way of improving troop and equipment transport. The other is Pai Canyon. Thailands answer to the Grand Canyon, but on a much smaller scale. Even so, the ...

Mae Hong Son Loop - Road Trip!

A travel blog entry by brodieandalana on Dec 11, 2014

43 photos

... and windy roads. Mae Hong Son Province is the most mountainous in Thailand and relative to other parts of Thailand receives much fewer visitors due to its remote location. It took us 4 days/3 nights to do the loop, covering around 600km.

Day 1: Chaing Mai – Pai

We had picked up and paid for our rental car the night before so we had planned to head off early so we didn't arrive late into Pai, our first overnight stop. We weren't ...

Long-necked women and otherness

A travel blog entry by sureimdecent on Oct 08, 2014

1 photo

... due to my massive amounts of white privilege). In the last few months, I've been the subject of endless inquiry. This has ranged from people overtly and surreptitiously taking photos of me, through to people rifling through my grocery bags because they want to know what the Farang eats. Personally, I've never taken offence to this because it's never been motivated out of anything other than an interest in my foreignness, and never out of anything even close ...

We made it!

A travel blog entry by tawan on Jun 15, 2014

2 comments, 16 photos

... khao soi" (Thai northern style chicken curry noodles) and "kwoi diaw" (noodle soup).

We then drove for about an hour to get to Khun Yuam. Everyone was waiting for us. I was so happy to see everyone and that our long trip was over. It's pretty hot and humid here - not like winter in Tomerong. I'm quickly getting used to riding around on mopeds and in the back of pick ups.

I will be posting more photos of Khun Yuam (where I was born!) so stay tuned!