Paivimaan Resort

73 Moo, 3 Tedsabani Rd., Pai, Thailand | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Pai

Pai in the sky

A travel blog entry by krocodiletears


... I have fallen by the wayside and I fear that "Enlightenment" is a bridge too far. I can live with and even subscribe to Buddha's first four precepts but I fall at the fence on number five. "Refrain from using intoxicants" Our nightly date with a bottle of Hong Thong is just too tempting.

The Five Precepts are commitments to abstain from killing, stealing, sexual misconduct, lying and intoxication. It's a tough call and says nothing about dealing with pushy scooter hire ...

A Hitchhiking trump!

A travel blog entry by s.lukaszewicz


... have that contact while sitting in a bus when they are passing you by a bottle of a cold water for the beginning of your journey? When the only excitements you might get is getting a puncture..and lets remember that will only happen if you're lucky???!!! Surely, that's a NO!

Would I have the experience of meeting all these great people that will not only take you to the spot you exactly want to be at, but will always teach you something new....unlike a bus ...

A Hippie Haven

A travel blog entry by melindan


... the "bus station" (side street) around 12:30pm and it took us about 500 meters to find a guesthouse. After a quick coffee break, we set out to explore the area and plan our weekend. A friend of ours who used to live in Chiang Rai and work at our favorite (and only) bar recently moved to Pai to work at a rasta/reggae bar, so we figured we would find him along our journey. The thing about Pai is that almost every street has a rasta bar, but after a ...


A travel blog entry by alexandmollie


... around for a bit and decided to rent bikes out for the 24 hours. We then rode our bike to the temple on the hill. We didn't realise how far it actually was to get there. We tied our bikes to a tree and climbed the 300 + steps to the top. I now understand why everyone rents mopeds it's so much quicker. We walked around the temple and couldn't find the huge white Buddha we had seen from town until we realised we had to climb even further up the hill. We ...


A travel blog entry by paul_emma


... free bamboo course. I made chopsticks, a spoon and a mess. A lazy last day was finished off with a dinner at Fine Rice, halfway to Pai and situated at one of the many viewpoints. We returned to the warmth of the fire and were surprised when some cold Changs were produced from the fridge courtesy of Martin and Jake to see us off. Thanks guys. Josiah had disappeared to town in search of a moped and red wine. He returned with neither and entertained us with his digeredoo.


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This inn, located on 73 Moo, 3 Tedsabani Rd., Pai, is near Mhor Peng Fishing Park.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding