Centara Mae Sot Hill Resort
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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After crossing the Myanmar/Thailand border (surprisingly easy) we take the bus from Mae Sai to Chiang Rai, just a few hours away. We did all this with a couple of Scottish guys we met. One of the best things so far has been the interesting people along the way. We spend the day in Chiang Rai visiting the Phra Kaew Temple and the local markets- our …
RALLY REPORT FROM THE ENDURANCE RALLY ASSOCIATION
Three years of planning, endless days of form filling and hours of spreadsheet preparation finally paid off this morning in the soft dawn light at the Mae Sot border crossing.
More than 60 rally cars from around the world along with the organisation vehicles lined up for the immigration and customs formalities of Thailand Out / Burma In. The Rockne 75 of ...
Time for the next country, Myanmar. It wasn't my plan to come here, but hey, that's why you have plans right, to change them! After waking up just in front of the border, we could walk across the border, couldn't have been easier! I went together with two Dutch girls I had met in Thailand. We expected it would be a hustle to cross the border, but it couldn't have been easier. We had ...
... So we decided to go back to the hotel where we were dropped of, and booked a room for the night. The hotel looked a bit creepy, like all the motels you see in American movies. It was really quiet, dark, strange people were on the street and some local kid was following us around. Suddenly he opened up a window from the outside.. He scared the **** out of us. I made sure this couldn't happen again and locked everything. Another challenge was waiting for us, we ...
... no-one to stop them. Descending down the other side, we approached another arch, identical to the one on the Thai side, and were ushered towards a special room for foreigners. We weren’t the only ones making the journey after all, as two Singaporeans sat in the room with us. The checks were very straightforward, we had our picture taken, and we were soon stamped in and waved through. We were literally in Burma. Having travelled back in time half an hour, it was still ...