Paivimaan Resort

73 Moo, 3 Tedsabani Rd., Pai, Thailand | Inn
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This inn, located on 73 Moo, 3 Tedsabani Rd., Pai, is near Mhor Peng Fishing Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Pai

    Journey to Pai ��

    A travel blog entry by niomioconnor on Jul 28, 2014

    ... feeling generous and for some reason put us in a room that was supposed to cost double the amount were paying :) we spent the afternoon chilling in bed, slowly recovering and then got some lunch in a nearby restaurant. Pai is quite small but full of gorgeous cafés, organic bakeries and lovely shops everywhere! It's another hippy heaven and reminds me a little of some other towns I've visited in India ...

    Did the earth move for you?

    A travel blog entry by krocodiletears on May 05, 2014

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    ... extensively together and are avid bikers. They'd just come from Burma.

    In the late afternoon we headed out into the parched hinterland towards Tham Lot Cave. It was obvious from the villages along the eight kilometer stretch that Burmese refugees had settled here. The cave was interesting in the way that caves, waterfalls and natural hot springs are. Fun for five minutes. The ride was - let's use Franki's words here, "My best ever" Then again she is given to ...

    Pai in the sky

    A travel blog entry by amzah on Mar 21, 2014

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    ... villages. And Pai is also famous for the bars and cheap alcoholic stuff. And yes, I celebrated St. Patrick's Day and met up with Kaisa who I knew from Sihanoukville in Cambodia. She made a lot of alcoholic friends in Pai haha. I think she is the most talkative Finnish person I've ever met in my life! A lot of the people I spoke are regulars in Pai, staying for weeks on end. I understand, because it's such a small cozy town with a few streets. It feels like a big family ...

    Backpacker Hippie Town of Pai

    A travel blog entry by phizly on Mar 19, 2014

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    ... drunk backpackers on pub crawls in the high season. The street is just much smaller and shorter than in other places.

    When I arrived in Pai, I walked a few blocks from the bus station to Piya Guesthouse. I chose this place the night before because the prices were reasonable, the rooms looked nice, and reviewers said the wifi was nice and fast so I could get caught up on blogs and real life stuff back home. I debated on getting a room ...

    A Slice of Pai

    A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Feb 05, 2014

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    ... tablets, I have never wanted anything so badly in my life. A mountain road for 60km, 4 hours of hairpins, ups, downs and overtaking. If you suffer with travel sickness normally and then intend on travelling to Pai, take sleep inducing tablets or alternatively turn green as i did. I felt horrendous and when we finally did arrive I needed a quick sit down before I could get up and not feel like I was about to vomit. At the recommendation of ...