Saksuay Klangdoi Resort

321 Mo 1 T. Pangmu A. Muang, Mae Hong Son, 58000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 321 Mo 1 T. Pangmu A. Muang, Mae Hong Son, is near Ban Thai Spa.
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Travel Blogs from Mae Hong Son

Elephant riding and jungle trekking

A travel blog entry by niomioconnor on Jul 26, 2014

... he hostel in the evening we all (Ryan joined us) had an Indian curry for dinner (a rather dodgy one if you ask me) and headed to the bar area for a couple of drinks... Which turned into quite a wild night out with lots of dancing, singing, making friends with the locals and even an Injury as Scarlett fell down a ditch on the way home. All in all a very funny and eventful evening! I'm loving Chiangmai ...

Living the Pai life

A travel blog entry by lucyinthesky. on May 06, 2014

... shown me what travelling alone is all about, don't get me wrong I had the most amazing time with my friends but didn't have the same experiences as we were already in our own 'group'. On our second day I was sat in a bar having a fresh fruit smoothie (I think I've been through the whole menu!) and got talking to a guy from Chile. He said him and a few others were taking a BBQ to one of the waterfalls and did I want to ...

Road Tripping - day 2 : Mae Sariang to Pang Mapha

A travel blog entry by brettandemma on Mar 07, 2014

1 comment, 33 photos

... at Mae Hong Son we drove towards Pang Mapha driving past many bush fires and stopping at some incredible view points. Once again we arrived in the dark however this time the address wouldn't come up on the Sat Nav so it was down to us to take a wild punt and guess where to go. After a long slow drive down the darkest road we found Cave Lodge the place where we had booked to stay for the next 2 nights. After another day driving a few beers was definitely in ...


A travel blog entry by luciecox on Feb 09, 2014

169 photos

... we decided to rent some bicycles and go up to Pam Bok waterfall which is a non stop 8km climb (painful!) and an absolute thrill riding back down to Pai. The waterfall itself is lovely, the water just that little bit too cold to get in. I tried and got half way. In the afternoon we cycled another 8km (this time up and down) to the other side of town to the canyon which offered great views of the surrounding mountains, a treat for the ...

Easy as Pai

A travel blog entry by hannah-ollie on Jan 02, 2014

9 photos

... of country air mingled with sizzling woks and the aromas of the town's herbal cosmetic shops, giving the small place a heady atmosphere. The market of clothes, food, incense and jewellery was a very pleasant walk, and above all you could tell instantly what Pai was all about - it's chilled out. It's like a hippie enclave, full of Yoga retreats and candle shops - but not in the snooty, pretentious way that I can sometimes attribute to such places. In a friendly way, where you don't have ...