Soppong River Inn

Address: 356 Moo 1, Mae Hong Son, 58150, Thailand | Resort
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This resort, located on 356 Moo 1, Mae Hong Son, is near Ban Thai Spa.
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      Travel Blogs from Mae Hong Son

      Road Trip, Day Two

      A travel blog entry by beauandcraig on Jan 02, 2015

      32 photos

      ... like the office but the woman does not speak English. Her young son, maybe 3 or 4, greeted us "sa-wah-dee ka" and a deep bow, hands pressed together. Then he ran and hid behind his mother's leg, giggling at himself (or us) No one seemed to object to us walking around so we did. We found a nature trail, kind of over grown but it looked like a nice place to go for a short walk. The trail looped around through the forest. We heard birds and the cracking of ...

      Whitewater rafting - 35 kms

      A travel blog entry by marie.channer on Dec 20, 2014

      1 comment, 19 photos

      ... We looked to the guide and asked how we got out of the situation- he laughed and said he didn't know!! He started tying the dry bag to the boat and pulling ropes. After about five minutes (felt like five hours) of not moving, he told us all to get out of the boat. I said "you what... You are joking!!", he wasn't!! The German girl, having already been in, jumped first. Her boyfriend, who it turned out had a fear of the water, went next. But he got caught in the 'vortex' and ...

      Once in a lifetime...

      A travel blog entry by sureimdecent on Oct 10, 2014

      7 photos

      ... filled with people in traditional dress, right on the frontier of the undiscovered and the remote. Of course, it's a functioning, modern town, not a stereotype. The last stop is Ban Rak Thai, the "Thai Loving Village" so named by the Chinese nationalists who settled the town, seeking refuge from the communists. The town does have a noticeable Chinese influence, with its relatively ornately decorated teak houses that circle the central lake, whose roofs drip with ...

      Mae hong son loop, whaaa!?

      A travel blog entry by kirbywaller on Aug 02, 2014

      1 comment, 55 photos

      ... in the background. i can't stop thinking how similar it looks to colorado. i felt right at home. we hiked around for a while talking about life differences between the US and thailand. fay lived in the US for nearly 10 years, so he completely understood when i talked about how hard we have to work for so little vacation. after the canyon, we went to the pam bok waterfall. we sat on the bank eating lam yai (fruit similar to lychee) staring at the rushing river. ...

      Thailand - The Land of Smiles: Part 1

      A travel blog entry by kels-and-oli on Jul 27, 2014

      1 comment, 35 photos

      ... days, we have really have been spoilt by this beautiful part of the world. Having said that, we cannot wait for Part 2, a fortnight spent roaming the once rustic now prosperous islands and blonde beaches of Ko Samui, Ko Phangnan, Ko Tao, Ko Phi Phi and Ko Up The Beers (made that last one up). With a Full Moon Party to attend amongst many other activities on offer, stories and memories are sure to be created. We certainly are excited to round off this block of South East Asia ...