Tip Sukon House

774 Moo 1, Shailomjoy Rd., Mae Sai, 57130, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 774 Moo 1, Shailomjoy Rd., Mae Sai.
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Travel Blogs from Mae Sai

The finally days of thailand

A travel blog entry by nickandbon on May 16, 2014

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We've been slacking with the blog and haven't really been writing it so this one will be all over the place. We had made the decision that we would have a few more days in Thailand before we cross the border into Laos. We spent our last few days in chaing rai, a city south of the border which to be honest wasn't amazing, mainly a pit stop for the border crossing. However there is a place near by called the golden triangle which was a big trade for opium ...

Can't Believe we are in Myanmar

A travel blog entry by debbie.loop on Jan 25, 2014

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... pay 500 baht per person to cross the border. We had to be back in Thailand by evening. I do not know what I was expecting but I know I was not prepared for all the people pushing themselves on us. They wanted us to buy cigarettes, alcohol, and a variety of merchandise. They were in your face and did not accept no as an answer. There were people everywhere. We paid for 2 Myanmar Tuk Tuks to take us to several tourist areas. We went to ...

Teaching Thai Children about Elephants

A travel blog entry by ptpattys_places on Oct 28, 2013

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... than they already knew. First each of us introduced ourselves. I got carried away with the question why we were there and Thom faithfully translated. The photos show us in groups where one child was blindfolded and had to draw an elephant. Then the Earthwatch member was blindfolded and had to write the names of the parts of the elephant. It was so funny to do, and the kids would guide my hand to the right place. We were all laughing. So cute!! ...

Mae Sai

A travel blog entry by hannahandtom on Aug 18, 2013

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... one so soon after the last one! We spent the morning milling about the small town. It was very hot and not very interesting. The buildings were more run down, the streets dirty and dustier. We saw a few temples, walked through a Myanmarian (is that right?) market and then took a very expensive tuk tuk to a huge golden pagoda on top of a hill. This was probably the highlight as it gave stunning views over both countries. We of course had to sample the food and beer ...

Myanmar (Burma)

A travel blog entry by new_lands on May 13, 2013

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I can't believe I'm right at the Burmese border, I never thought my journeying would bring me here but I suppose there have been many changes recently!

I checked out of Thailand and crossed over to Tachilek in Burma via a bridge and the usual border signs for leaving and entering which I love, it always fills me with such a sense of excitement. As I am not on my own with my bike it's also my ...

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