Siam Hotel

Address: 185 Prasatvithee Road, Mae Sot, 63110, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 185 Prasatvithee Road, Mae Sot.
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Travel Blogs from Mae Sot

Another night

A travel blog entry by leanneforbes on Jan 13, 2014

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Sweet has just told me I will be staying at the orphanage another night as the man picking me up has a meeting in town at Maesot tonight and it will be too late to leave today. AWe will leave at 6am in the morning instead - which is better Sweet says as the road is very usy at night with lots of large vehicles travelling in the mountains.

I am donating a lap top to the school ...

Mae Pa

A travel blog entry by leanneforbes on Jan 13, 2014

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... being 2 1/2 and the youngest 2 months. They have adopted them from some terrible circumstances and all are different - Burmese, Indian, Karen, Thai.. I can't quite believe what I have seen. A lot of the children were born to mothers prematurely who were very young victims of sexual abuse. The children are also taken in for reasons such as AIDS/HIV and poverty. Another mother was sold to the sex trade from northern Thailand to Bangkok and they have that little baby ...

A day in Myanmar

A travel blog entry by shiftinggears on Feb 19, 2013

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We had hoped to spend some time cycling through Myanmar, but were not permitted to cross the border with our bicycles. Instead, we returned to the border on foot and spent a day in the Myanmar border town of Myawaddy. This was a little nerve-wracking, since we had to leave our bikes and all of our gear behind as we were officially stamped out of Thailand. We had no reason to think that we would not be readmitted into the country, ...

Into the world of Burmese refugees

A travel blog entry by elunsu on Mar 19, 2012

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... spoke English so well and were so engaged in improving their situation and wanting further education. We were presented with a booklet of their essays, which gave some insight to the life they've led in Burma and in the camps. Childs Dream helped build the school (USD90'000) and also supports university scholarships to 4 students a year.

There is hope that this coming April 2012, Burma will finally see a change in its political system. Aung San Su Kyi ...

Mae Sot Refugee Camp -part 2

A travel blog entry by ecrompton on Dec 27, 2011

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... very moved by these acts of kindness and thoughtful consideration for our needs and comfort. Foreign missionaries and teachers do come into the camp, but our visit was a big event in the simple lives of these refugees. Credit for many of the photos goes to Scott, who, like his mother, is a gifted photographer.

We all agreed that while conditions were poor, the elevated
homes were clean and insect-free. Powered by ...

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