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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Travel Blogs from Mae Hong Son

Cave lodge- Mae Hong son

A travel blog entry by holchelventures on Oct 18, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

After we lazied for a day we decided to travel up to Mae Hong son to visit cave lodge. We boarded our minivan from chiang mai bus station to Mae Hong son, it was an alright 5 hour journey as we slept most of the way. Once arrived it was a rather limited bus stop , we wander around trying to find some sort of transport to cave lodge. We paid 300baht and got a truck to cave lodge. We stayed in a little ...

Day 10 - To Khun Yuam (65k)

A travel blog entry by hodgeasaurus on Jul 14, 2014

7 photos

... the highlight of the day was finding the worlds best coffee shop in the middle of nowhere on route. That's right - Move aside hipster Melbourne cafés (yes, even you Mama Nom Noms), we have found a winner. Amazing view. Awesome hut. Friendly folk. Good coffee. Plus other free ...


A travel blog entry by cockystravel on Sep 07, 2013

1 comment

... vied chiang mai about 7 pm and headed to local Thai place for conventional Thai food. Back in room for a few drinks before bed. The adventure continues GREAT NEWS ABOUT THE BROLLIE MARY!!! A little bemused at Chinese lunch stop when cat jumped on the table to finish off our soup. Asia in the raw,!! Corn has replaced the opium fields in these mountains so perhaps things are getting better but huge quantities of amphetamines smuggled over the Thai Burmese China border. Ann ...

Saving face

A travel blog entry by shiftinggears on Mar 02, 2013

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... sorts of mishaps and misunderstandings when Thais engage with non-Buddhists, like we two "falang" (Westerners). "Saving face" is particularly problematic since tourists are constantly asking questions which, in order to "save face", are often answered in strange ways that can be disorienting to non-Asians. Here are a couple of examples from our experiences in Thailand to date.

One day, in an early morning mental fog, Charles forgot his cycling shorts behind, ...

...Oops, gettin' a little behind here!

A travel blog entry by joanknab on Oct 25, 2012

2 comments, 42 photos

... the top, we finally came to a little town where the resevour was called Pang Ung, a little village that looks like it came out of a combination of National Geographic, Landscape Design, and Floral Architecture magaziines. It was picture perfect, immaculate and beautiful!

But, it was designated as a National Royal Project Village, so the government somehow chooses these villages and then puts up the money for the kind of facelift that achieved ...