Lilu Hotel

Address: 13 Moo 4 Rungsiyanon Rd, Pai, 58130, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 13 Moo 4 Rungsiyanon Rd, Pai, is near Mhor Peng Fishing Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Pai

      Days 22-27 - Loving a Piece of Pai!

      A travel blog entry by annadave on Feb 03, 2015

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      ... it was but just looked it up and rosella is hibiscus. All of the food is grown on the farm and it was just what I needed to aid my recovery. We laid there for ages enjoying, relaxing and wishing we could make a dent in the food. The best bit is that payment is by donation and is not forced on you. We gave plenty for what was a really enjoyable meal. We had seen that we were on the way to a waterfall too so we thought we'd carry on and take a look. It wasn't too far to walk to get ...

      Chiang Mai, Pai and Goodbyes to Ginger & Anna!

      A travel blog entry by geogging-around on Jan 19, 2015

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      ... Another, which later proved to be my favourite, came out and mimed the whole of 'My Heart Will Go On' whilst wearing a Disney Princess style gown. Well, she mimed at least what she thought were the words. It was great.

      The next day Jim picked up the rental car and we started our drive up to Pai, which is about 150km and 762 bends in the road north of Chiang Mai. Shortly after leaving Chiang Mai however, we ended up visiting a little tiger zoo. We were ...

      Day 56. Bike ride around Pai

      A travel blog entry by alandbeth on Dec 27, 2014

      ... We grabbed some avocados, tomatoes and bread for lunch then headed for the waterfall which was a continuous hill for 8km or so. Tough going, it's a shame the waterfall was pretty underwhelming. There were also a lot of viscous dogs along the way that were incredibly territorial!
      Once back we dumped the bikes and had some non-Thai food of bagels and roast veggies from a ...


      A travel blog entry by mattchurch7 on Sep 28, 2014

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      ... very happy to see that the elephants weren't chained up & we rode them without seats. The first hour was through the hillside which was very steep in parts, we did well not to fall off! The views here were great, despite the low lying cloud. The second hour involved trekking to a river, and naturally the elephants decided to have some fun! Without warning they flipped us off their backs and into the water (luckily the mahout's had taken our valuables)!! It was ...

      Journey to Pai ��

      A travel blog entry by niomioconnor on Jul 28, 2014

      ... hours. The journey from Chiangmai to Pai is known for it's windy uphill roads through the jungle and my god did the drive stick to it's reputation. Never have I felt so ill during a bus journey and on top of my hangover and the awful roads I also had a car sick child just behind me who stunk the car out and puked all over his mums blouse which I happened to catch a glimpse of.... Oh dear it was just the ...