Mekong Lao Hotel

Huayxai Tai, Huay Xai, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Huay Xai

Huay Xai, Laos (27 - 29th May)

A travel blog entry by travelbuddy14


... we crossed the border from Thailand into Huay Xai we met a retired German couple and a French guy called Herve on the bus. We all got talking and ended up travelling together from the bus station into the town by Tuk Tuk. As there really wasn't much at all to do that evening in Huay Xai we arranged to meet for dinner and drinks with our new friends. After a cheap fun night drinking Beer Laos (10,000kip = 74p!) and exchanging travel stories we got our heads down for some much ...

En route to Chang Mai

A travel blog entry by emilyhitchcock

... more like a prison cell with a padlock on the door, and bugs like praying mantice in the room! In a pretty poor mood due to the lack of sleep and all the travelling we headed for dinner, which took and hour and half until the food came which was torture as we were all soo hungry, with foul moods we headed home and sleep, hopefully tomorrow will be a bit more ...

Still a Girl Scout at Heart

A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast


... search of the rare and endangered species of gibbon that lives there and spending two nights sleeping in a treehouse. I had been looking forward to this trip for weeks and I wasn't disappointed. It started with our group. These kinds of group excursions can be a bit of a hit and miss. You put a randon 7 people together, chances are at least one is going to be weird or annoying or just won't fit in with the rest of them. Not so with this group. We had a ...

Crossing Borders, Part 2

A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast


... of Huay Xai on the Lao side of the border. It couldn't have been more straightforward. My bus from Chiang Mai would drop me in Chiang Khong around lunch time, giving me ample time to cross the river. Yet when I arrived in Chiang Khong, the first thing that greeted me was an excited tuktuk driver who told me that a new immigration had been built 13 kms outside of town and that it would be costing me 150 (4 Euros) Thai baht to get there in his tuktuk. ...


A travel blog entry by el_sturge


Our journey from Chiang Mai to Huay Xai in Laos was relatively uneventful. The coach was slowed down slightly by roadworks but it dropped us off at the tuk-tuks near the new friendship bridge border crossing several kilometers south of Chiang Khong. The border crossing wasn't busy and we got through quickly. A group of about eight of us crossed at the same time and each paid the 100 Baht to get into Huay Xai in a songtheow. We chatted on ...


This hotel, located on Huayxai Tai, Huay Xai, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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