Supawadee Resort

33 Moo 2, Dotgam Viangkham, Mae Sai, 57130, Thailand | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Mae Sai

Crossing the Border

A travel blog entry by dmauger


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The two countries are separated by a small river, and a little (heavily guarded) bridge connects Mae Sai (Thai city) to Tachiliek (Myanmarese city). Our Thai professors had to get visas to cross, but we didn't. However, we were required to leave our passports at the border patrol office and pick them up on the way back into Thailand with no stamp in them. It's as if we were never there!

It's funny, I didn't expect there to be that much ...

Finally - Thinking Like an Elephant!

A travel blog entry by ptpattys_places


... guard dog is a Shih Tzu named Crayon. And we have 3, sometimes 4 cats who live around the hotel and visit with us at our open-air dining room where we eat rice or noodles at EVERY meal 3 times a day. It is a Thai thing. It is a third world village for sure, but the longer we are here the more we like it.

Every day since arriving in Sop Ruak in the Golden Triangle, we have been involved in research with the elephants. From time to time we have ...

Mae Sai

A travel blog entry by hannahandtom


... a bit naff. With the exception of the giant golden Buddha which was pretty cool.

After a quick lunch we got into another songthaew and went on to the town of Chiang Saen. This has a few ruins dotted about the town and one larger site which you have to pay to get in. They were nothing compared to the ruins we saw in Sukhothai so we didn't linger long. Besides we had to make sure we got the last songthaew back to Mae Sai at 3pm.

When we walked back ...

Golden triangle

A travel blog entry by nikki_m_33


... whilst they were high. Very random. Checked into the hotel, which had a happy new year sign over the front door.. and had the option to get a boat over the Mekong river tovar a look ounce Laos. About half of us went and half stayed. Me and bec chose to stay as we had a few hours free we did sum washing. Beth and ash went, and about an hour after the left the sky went black... I went out to get our washin in as didn't want it to get wet and it started to absolutely chuck it down. ...

20 People on a Minibus (And a Dog on the Roof)

A travel blog entry by ajoverseas


... pagoda, where for once we were the only tourists in sight! That made a nice change and it felt like a much more authentic experience, especially compared to the temples in Bangkok.

After enjoying a delicious noodle soup on the road side (which Jamie was charged 20baht for and I was charged 25baht for! Go figure...), we wandered up the road, but there wasn't much to do so we decided to head back to Thailand, ...


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