The Blog travel to Mae Hong Son

Baan Mai Guesthouse

Dear Friends and lovely guests,

Since 7 years and 3 months ago, Baan Mai Guesthouse has been hosting wonderful visitors from all over the world. We had to sadly close our doors and a tiny house. Because of the COVID-19 effect, in this situation, we are unable to resolve the issue.

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Trekking with Pree Cha

The next generation’s trekking guide

Pree Cha is a very experienced tourist trekking guide who is a member of the local community. He was born in Mae Hong Son and later moved to Chiang Mai, where he obtained his tour guide license.

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Fern Restaurant

Bai Fern in Thai

The Thai people have known the Bai Fern restaurant for a long time and will celebrate its 32nd anniversary in 2019. It’s affiliated with the Fern Resort of the same name, and the guests coming to town by shuttle drop off here.

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Su Tong Pae

Bamboo Bridge

About 20 minutes north of Mae Hong Son town. This 500-meter bamboo bridge is known for its name, which means “successful prayer.” It was built in 2012, purportedly to link a hill-top temple to the village itself.

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Salween River

Fantastic Thai and Burmese food

Located in the heart of Mae Hong Son, a charming small town in Northern Thailand. You will find Salween River Restaurant to be a lovely restaurant in a great location and deserving of its top rating.

She has now moved back to Mae Hong Son and changed its location to be outside the city please look at the map.

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Hern Home

Lovely & Cozy

“Hern” means “house” or “home” with an accent in the Tai Yai language. It’s a nice place with a pleasant design overall. It is neither expensive nor cheap if you have not compared it with other options.

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Crossroads Bar Mae Hong Son

Drinking, Eating and Seeing

Crossroads Bar is the only place to go in Mae Hong Son for a late-night beer with a good atmosphere. The shop is an antique house in the center of the city, now open as a restaurant. Location: at the corner of the main road and the heart of town.

The restaurant was closed permanently due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the fire broke out early on April 17, 2020.

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