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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Quarter Hotel Pai
Travel Blogs from Pai
... of this small town and that the scenery and chilled vibe will always be a draw for travelers. After two weeks of intense work, early mornings and late nights, I was happy to go somewhere known for it's relaxed atmosphere, good food and like minded people.
The journey from Chiang Mai was a long and windy one. The roads were literally hairpin bends along a mountain the whole way. It's recommended for anyone with motion sickness to take preventative medication. ...
... and relax, using motorbikes to get to nearby waterfalls. Knowing we would soon be in Laos where the waterfalls are said to be more impressive, we held off. We just enjoyed the chill vibe and pretty nature around us. There a lot of unique yummy places to eat, there's an entire street geared towards backpackers with guest houses and eateries and shops. Somehow it's not too commercial in my opinion, more like a backpacker ...
... lanterns were coming on. As I was limping I'd decided to use my extendible walking stick. I'd bought it while browsing in Decathlon, thinking that if the muscle in my thigh was still playing up I could still climb hills, and walk. It was dark at about six thirty and the long main small town roadway and a side road had been supposedly closed off to traffic. Shops were open and brightly lit, and there were scores of stalls selling drinks, food and clothing ...
... hill to the guesthouse. This was exactly what we were looking for - simple bungalows, with big comfortable beds, shower and hammocks to chill and enjoy the view over the valley. It was ran by a Thai man and an English guy. The bungalow was ours as long as we wanted it, the large communal area had excellent wifi and the fridge was full of beer. We spent the rest of the afternoon relaxing in our new surroundings before walking into town to the nightly market in the ...
... with a couple of stops at waterfalls on the way. And stops for snacks of course seeing as we had the snack monster Laura in the car with us!
Where we stayed
We stayed at a cool, modern guesthouse called Above The Sea Mae Sariang. Again we had really hard beds but it was a funky guesthouse that felt more like a hotel, and friendly owners so we really enjoyed our stay.
Mae Sariang seemed to be a sleepy little town, we explored ...