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Lychee Garden Bungalow

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Lychee Garden Bungalow

There is a pretty little resort in the beautiful village of Pai, 2km up the hill, they have a small, family atmosphere guest house.

Bordered  the water canal and the teak trees boulevard, the garden is full with Orchids, fish pools, and matured Lychee trees.

It is a small and personal resort having only four cozy guest rooms, all fully equiped with T.V, Aircon, and even WiFi.

Come and enjoy with the Pai valley and the garden with the owners.  the beautiful nature around, the paddy fields, the mountain view and theirwarm hospitality, make it the perfect place to relax or explore from.

See you there soon...

Lychee Garden Bungalow
Type: : Resort
Email: : This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Telephone: : 085-4719220
Location: : Pai
Address: : Baan Viang Nur 159 m.2, Pai
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