Pai Hotspring Spa Resort
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- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
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Tout d'abord un joyeux Noël à vous tous depuis la Thaïlande! J'espère que chacun a passé un bon réveillon et a été gâté! Aujourd'hui n'oubliez pas d'apprécier chaque fine bulle de votre Champagne et chaque bouchée de votre foie gras pour moi... Ici le repas du réveillon ressemblait plutôt à un bon club sandwich! Mais vraiment délicieux, si, si, …
... getting hassled and without worrying about a car or mini-bike running you over. At night the street becomes a walking street and all the vendors are out. Walking, biking or renting a motor bike was the mode of travel. We walked and it was very enjoyable. We planned on a day of tubing on the river but it rained, so that was out. Pai is a great place to relax, read and catch up from traveling. Definitely recommend it to anyone traveling around Thailand. ...
... rapid; not as bad as the last one. When we were veering into a large rock again; I thought I'm not going to stop paddling this time- do not want to get stuck again!! We hit the rock quite hard and the next thing I knew; I was in the water!! I went under for a bit and came up laughing and cursing the German guy because it was his turn to go in; he was the only one who hadn't out of choice! Lol. In the process of laughing; I swallowed a load of water- serves me right really!! I ...
... down my face. Linton thought I was laughing and then pour guy was like omg what happened. Needless to say watch where you are going on said bridge, it still has some fight in it from the war. Limping back to the bikes I was keen to turn around as I discovered we had ridden past the Pai Canyon. I had heard it had some trails and spectacular views in the guide books and from word of mouth. The one thing I was not prepared for was how difficult the ...
Hi all Still going. After Chaing mai I took a minibus to Pai. 3 hours of longggg windy (oh my windy) roads later and we arrive in a smallish town. Really remote feel and so relaxed and so hippy. Dreadlocks galore. I got lost trying to find the hostel in 30 degree heat. The map the tourist info lady gave me was way off. After seeking help at rasta bar where I got wifi I walked a minute down the road and found purple monkey hostel. The hostel was like a campsite. ...