Pia on Pai

99 Moo 3 Viangtai, Pai, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 99 Moo 3 Viangtai, Pai, is near Mhor Peng Fishing Park.
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Travel Blogs from Pai

Moving up to pai tommoriw

A travel blog entry by mikgribb on Dec 09, 2013

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 …

Beautiful Chiang Mai ☀️

A travel blog entry by niomioconnor on Jul 25, 2014

... the nearest petrol station and came back to save us! We were so worried he wouldn't find the way back but somehow managed to remember the route, very impressive! We spent hours looking around the night bazaar, shopping a few bits and bobs and then enjoying the food court, which sells a large variety of cuisines and dishes! We got back to our hostel about 11 pm and all went straight to bed because we were so tired and desperate for some ...

Day 42 - Pai

A travel blog entry by callie-lucy on Jun 04, 2014

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After a delicious earl grey tea and spinach omelette breakfast at a local cafe, our final full day in Pai commenced with Lucy and I biking towards the hot springs. This morning we were noticeably more confident and much improved when it came to the mopeds. We navigated the windy roads without any issues and stopped off at the temple on the hill and 'Big Buddha' tourist attraction along the way for the great views. We were the only people there exploring the ...

When Franki met Larry

A travel blog entry by krocodiletears on May 06, 2014

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... to plan B. I ferreted out "Meeting" beside Nong Jong lake and took stock whilst downing an ice cold pineapple lassi shake. The only other customer was Larry from Chicago. We were soon chatting like old friends and he suggested a cheap and cheerful guest house close by. "Come I'll show you while they are preparing my lunch" While I sat contemplating a satisfying morning ride Franki followed Larry to Romthai on her scooter. It is a ...

Life of Pai

A travel blog entry by nataliegodliman on Mar 16, 2014

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... a little bamboo bridge to the open fields in the distance. Its so cute and its only costing us about 2 quid each a night. Amazing! So a little bit of hanging around in the hammocks or in the hut with the fan blasting when its too hot. Great place for chilling out. Or being majorly hungover as we were the day after we arrived. A bar got the better of us the first night. We spent it playing pool and winning free drinks with the Rasta Thai barmen it was really funny. ...

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