Gims Resort

Address: 133/7 moo5 Chalumprakria Rd., Mae Hong Son, 58000, Thailand | Resort
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This resort, located on 133/7 moo5 Chalumprakria Rd., Mae Hong Son, is near Wat To Phae.
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Travel Blogs from Mae Hong Son

Long neck tribe

A travel blog entry by luciecox on Feb 15, 2014

79 photos

We rented a scooter for 24hours from Pai (a long procedure on a Saturday in Pai as there are so many Thai, Chinese and 'falang' tourists trying to do the same thing and one rental agency) in order to visit Mae Hong Son town and its famous long neck people. The drive was my absolute favourite one since we began this trip, winding around the mountains, with a weather so perfect you can ride in t-shirt, the views are awesome and the road well maintained. It ...

The best

A travel blog entry by derekandjo on May 20, 2013

1 comment, 7 photos

Left Mae Song Haeto Khun Yuam and on the way went to a Tribal Village , The Long Necks as they are best described, had to trzvel off the beaten track and through 5 or 6 river crossings not dedp but slippery and yes failed once lost the front wneel but saved ourslves no damage done.
A sign said
NO HORNS ELEPHANTS which we had a laugh at, then out of the blue an Elephang in the middle of nowhere and ...

On the road again

A travel blog entry by whereiskatie on May 09, 2013

3 photos

110km ahead of us, a few things in my back pack, a black rather than powder pink moped this time, and we were off!

The road plunged into the countryside and soon started winding into the hills. A far cry from our off road experience, the roads were wide, smooth and empty of traffic. Each new corner introduced a new view: ...

Saving face

A travel blog entry by shiftinggears on Mar 02, 2013

7 photos

... m constantly stopping to fan myself with my latest market treasure: a folding bamboo hand fan. Luckily, the mountain scenery makes all this uphill sweating worthwhile. On the mountaintops, there is very little traffic or human presence of any kind and the forests are a-chatter with so many birds that I have screeched to a halt a few times, just to listen. We have finally touched wild country and, true to my Canadian heritage, I feel a calming inner peace and ...

Passed the Peak

A travel blog entry by jodintrev on Oct 17, 2012

3 comments, 11 photos

... no problem. Owen, I promise you it's not yucky! We relaxed until the walking street opened. The walking street here is quite small but very charming. It is setup around a lake, we would probably refer to it as a pond. It takes maybe 15 minutes to walk around the whole thing. They had the Wat all lit up, it was beautiful at night. Found an excellent restaurant and went back for breakfast this morning. Today we are off to Mae Sariang.