Pia on Pai

99 Moo 3 Viangtai, Pai, Thailand | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pai

Moving up to pai tommoriw

A travel blog entry by mikgribb

on full strength again cycle up the mountain to the hill tribe villages ace food up there brilliant ride back down 20 km of windyroad 1400 m getting coco nuts on the way love riding round on bike being nosy ten thousand hell angels in town ystdy big bikes everywhere hire shooter 2 quid a day mtb 1.50 a day mad eh everybike you want to hire is here …

Day 19+20

A travel blog entry by devinblackie


... Mai on motorbikes. Feeling a bit better but not great again on the 3rd meant we just spent the majority of the day in doors again.. We went out for a massage hoping that would perk me up. Although it was the best massage we have had since we got here I spent the whole time trying not to concentrate on my stomach pains. We dropped off some stuff into the laundrette then had some lunch... we finished up fast as ...

The Drive to Lod

A travel blog entry by paul_emma


Unusually for us we set out today with little planning. Me, Emma and Mike set out in search of Lod Caves in Mea Hong Som. Now the caves were impressive however the trip there even more so. Its a simple route with the most challenging roads and beautiful views in Thailand. There are 1685 turns to Pang Ma Pha the highest peak in Pai from where you can see well into Burma and beyond. Petrol is sold at the side of the road in glass bottles, you ...

Biking around Beautiful Pai

A travel blog entry by danijoshtravels


... Next we made our way to the hot springs which was the other side of town, so we stopped in town on the way for a bite to eat and a lovely fruit shake. We spoke to an english guy that had been living there a while and he told us the best place to go for the hot spring was in the national park. It cost 200baht each to get it. Once in, there was lots of different parts to the springs and different levels and temperatures, the hottest being 36 ...

Easy as Pai

A travel blog entry by hannah-ollie


... on, we began to wonder whether we had even taken the bus to Pai. And if not, where were we in Thailand? Before we disappeared with our driver, out of civilisation's reach and into the cautionary tales of concerned mothers everywhere, we had a quick word with him. Was this really the right way? It seems he had misheard our spurious attempts at Thai, and was taking us to a guesthouse far out of town; ours was actually right next to the bridge in town, a 5 minute walk from where we had ...


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