Wattana Village Resort

373 Moo 2 T.Pratardpar Dang, Mae Sot, 63110, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 373 Moo 2 T.Pratardpar Dang, Mae Sot.
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    Travel Blogs from Mae Sot

    Bangkok to Mawlamyine via Mae Sot

    A travel blog entry by daveandjenna on Mar 08, 2014

    5 photos

    ... Asia. Despite choosing a second class bus over the VIP option (at half the price) we got a comfortable night’s sleep under the blankets provided, before being woken up bleary-eyed at just after 5.30am. With the first songthaews to the border not running until 7am, we had a bit of a wait in the chilly bus station as the sun came up, before being taken the 15 minutes or so towards Myanmar. On arrival we found hundreds of people in all directions: border crossers, fruit ...

    Mae Sot Macaroons: A fine desert to a great meal

    A travel blog entry by sklitgord on Jul 05, 2013

    2 comments, 35 photos

    ... the beauty and the fragility of the environment and nature around her. By being able to help, Isabella along with the rest of us felt like we were useful and in a small way helping these beautiful animals.

    Having Lunch in Myanmar
    When you cross the border into Thailand, as a US citizen, you only get 15 days, As we plan on staying 18 days, we have 3 options; we can overstay our visa and pay a fine, we can get an extension, or we could leave ...

    ...and life will never be quite the same.....

    A travel blog entry by joanknab on Oct 28, 2012

    2 comments, 21 photos

    ... place and drove a few miles south, there it began - the refugee camp of Mae La. It didn't look like what you think a refugee camp looks like - no barbed wire fences or barricades, no large metal bunk-housing. At first it looked just like any normal village until you looked closer. The makeshift huts were right on top of each other and literally covered the hills and valleys for the next few miles. We stopped by the side of the road outside its entrance, looking at it ...

    Into the world of Burmese refugees

    A travel blog entry by elunsu on Mar 19, 2012

    24 photos

    ... s Medical Fund supported by Childs dream pays for treatment of illnesses that can be cured with one time operations. Such as hole-in-heart surgeries or Hydrocephalus. The Mae Tao clinic and other hospitals in Mae Sot will refer Burmese refugee patients who require such surgeries and meet the criteria to Childs dream who will apply for these refugees to be sent to chiang mai for treatment under the care of Childs Dream. they stay in a safe house while they are ...

    Mae Sot Refugee Camp -part 2

    A travel blog entry by ecrompton on Dec 27, 2011

    9 photos

    ... because they lack proper identification, have no passports or visas, no money, and would be stopped by the authorities.

    Many family members waiting on the side of the road were excited to finally see the familiar aqua blue wagon slow to a stop. We quickly gathered Billy’s computer and our bags filled with letters, pictures and DVDs and were led by the family over steep hard-packed dirt walking single ...