Maehongson Riverside Hotel

165 Ban Huey Daer, Ampur Muang, Mae Hong Son, 58000, Thailand
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Travel Tips for Mae Hong Son

The Big Thai

by TinTingo

You might com across the Shan when you skim over your Lonely Planet...
Who are they except from the fact that they are related to the Thai?
They originate in Burma and have migrated to the area during the 19th and 20th century. In fact, they are still migrating as their villages beyond the border are frequently blazed down by the Burmese troops.
No exotic dresses, mates, but if you look closely, you will see ladies with broad straw hats, at the morning markets and so.
And they do speak different. Maybe not to you, but when they are among themselves, your petty knowledge of Thai won't take you very far.

If you want to impress them, say "mai soong khaa" instead of "sawatdee" (the greeting bit)

If you want to say thank you, you may opt for "jom lee khaa"

There is no Shan course anywhere - but maybe you are lucky and the locals will teach you some phrases in the temple....

Nong Jong Kam

by pattayaraj

Nong Jong Kam is a big ancient pond located in the centre of Mae Hong Son. From the location,it's now as a pubic park for local where you can sail,relax or feeding fish. Every festivals which related to water in Mae Hong Son always held here, such as Loi Kratong or Songkran festival.

An interesting trip to a countryside

by MJL

I noticed a funny thing when visiting Asia. I have made an almost every time some kind of boat trip and so it was in Mae Hong Son. I took part half day long excursion by boat to visit a village of long-necked Padong women.

Long neck village(2)

by paradisedreamer

The hill tribe people live a very simple existence. You will see children playing in the dust and chickens running around. It has become a bit of a tourist attraction and the women now sell souvenirs, they are very cheap so buy something in exchange for all the photographs you will no doubt take.

Funny to hitchhike

by Pat_Bangkok

On some place where you can not find the public transport, Hitchhike is the best way !
The tips for hitchhike in Thailand is asking only "Pick-up car"
You will be in the first class, open air seat :) The people in Maehongsorn are nice, no danger.
They willing to pick up Farang on their way.


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