Taitong Hotel

Address: 6 Moo 7, Phlyothin, Chiang Rai, Mae Sai, 57130, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 6 Moo 7, Phlyothin, Chiang Rai, Mae Sai.
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    Travel Blogs from Mae Sai

    DIY Motorcycle Diaries

    A travel blog entry by impressionsbykk on Oct 13, 2014

    ... On top of the THB300 bike rental, we spent THB350 in fuel. Much cheaper than the tour price!  There is a lot to see in the areas surrounding the Golden Triangle. Had we more time, there are several walks up hill slopes we would have done. I also highly encourage you NOT to do a "Long neck village" tour. These "villages" are not genuine villages, but ones created by bringing in "Long neck" people from their homes to here for the purposes of tourists to gawk ...

    Golden Triangle

    A travel blog entry by robnraystravels on Jul 23, 2014

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    ... take photos of the number plates. The Golden Triangle is where Thailand, Laos & Myanmar meet. It was also a huge opium poppy growing & smuggling area. We visited the Opium Museum which was very interesting. When we left Mae Sai in the morning we asked the songthaew driver what time the last one came back in the afternoon. His English was virtually non-existent so when we managed to get a 12 out ...

    The finally days of thailand

    A travel blog entry by nickandbon on May 16, 2014

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    ... see if they could take us but no one was going that way. A Chinese tour guide (with his saga Chinese group 60+) had seen us trying to flag down a bus and was kind enough to let us hitch a lift with them. Everyone on the bus were so friendly, making room for us and communicating with little words and some sort of sign language. They really did save our ass. There isn't a massive amount to write about this place but they did have a celebration of ...

    Dipped my toe in Myanmar

    A travel blog entry by jonpoland on Feb 16, 2014

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    ... for what was lost when blight wiped out up to three billion American Chestnuts across Appalachia a century ago from an infected Japanese chestnut. They actually seeded the deforested hillsides with fast-growing Japanese Kudzu to curtail soil erosion, so now we have the legacy of that too.

    More checkpoints on the way back. This time they were checking bags in addition to IDs, looking for drugs. Again, no real ...

    Crossing the Border

    A travel blog entry by dmauger on Jan 25, 2014

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    ... the two countries, but immediately I was struck by some. First of all my impression was that Myanmar was poorer. There seemed to be many slums and lower income houses. This could have been the area surrounding the border only, I don't know. Secondly they speak another language (which I wasn't surprised about) but they have another different script, not English or Thai characters. There also seemed to be more Muslims as I saw women with head coverings. The ...

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