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291 Moo1,T. Mae Hee A. Pai Mae Hong Son, Pai, Thailand Map Send to a friend

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Spicypai Backpackers

291 Moo1,T. Mae Hee A. Pai Mae Hong Son

Highlights

  • Free Breakfast
  • Linen Included
  • Common Room
  • Travel Desk
  • Free Internet
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Spice up your Pai

Spicy gains its reputation from being the place with great social atmosphere, personal interaction and professional management since 2006. We probably are too young and too poor to have a perfect hostel but we are second to none to create and to run the best hostels.

Here, Spicypai Backpackers, is one of our master pieces. We created this hostel from scratch. Our hard work for 2 and a half months is here waiting for you to appreciate it. This brand new hostel opened its doors on 7th Aug 2011 and it is the talk of the town now for its stunning view, chill atmosphere and great social place. Get a motorbike or hop on with someone to explore this paradise valley; hot springs, canyon, waterfalls, tribe villages etc. Or just walk around in the beautiful valley of Pai, a little hippy town where 90% of the area consists of mountains.

Hostel Features:

-Farmer huts with bamboo & leafs

-Hand-made tree house style bunk beds

-Comfy mattresses with mossy net and fresh sheets

-Common area with great view of paddy field and mountain surroundings

-Easy breakfast

-Coffee & Tea

-Hot showers

-WiFi

While Spicythai offers more luxury facilities like the city house, Spicypai offers a simpler farm style house with enough facilities to keep you comfy at a cheaper price. We believe a good house is not always the house with everything you want but sometime it is just a simple house with everything you need. Nice people to hang out with are more important to make a place the good place.

Meet the Spicy Guys!

You will be amazed with their fluent English, local knowledge, generosity, and traveling perspectives.

Spicy World;

Jeerapong (Pong) Prathomsup (Spicy Creator, World Traveler, TAT Tourist Guide, PADI Divemaster and Spicy Hostels Senior MD): Pong is always on the road collecting traveling experiences or creating a new Spicy. He is now spent most of the time in Koh Tao, running the newest Spicy hostel, Spicytao Backpackers. See him on the island, on the road or in one of the Spicy hostels!

Spicythai and Spicypai;

Sarayuth (Noom) Buatoom (Spicypai Co-creator, TAT Tourist Guide, Daddy and Spicythai /pai MD): Noom will be in Spicythai most of the time and pops in Pai sometimes. He will be more than happy to help you out with any travel inquiries.

Krissana (Aum) Pitakkajorn (Professional TAT Tourist Guide, My Car Mania and Spicythai Partner with Pong and Noom): This experienced and active tour guide is always around and is quite handy when you are looking for something to do in Chiang Mai or nearby.

Sopa (Saow) Taseetip (TAT Tourist Guide, Shop Master and Spicythai House Manager): Saow will make sure that Spicythai will never run out of toilet paper.

Nattakit (Kit) Malaichaisong (TAT Tourist Guide, Bike Trip Leader, Meditation Instructor, Pub Master and Spicypai GM): Kit will make sure that you will have spicy time in Pai. Pai is a paradise for backpackers and Spicypai is the center of it.

Spicytao;

Pennueng (Jain) Sompen (TAT Tourist Guide, Cliff Jumper, Guitar Player, Pub Crawl Follower and Spicytao GM): Jain is like his best friend, Kit. This young and enthusiastic host will be around to help you out with your buckets and navigate you home.

And there is always at Spicy will be some long term or return guest who loves to meet and help out the new spicy member.

more

Spice up your Pai

Spicy gains its reputation from being the place with great social atmosphere, personal interaction and professional management since 2006. We probably are too young and too poor to have a perfect hostel but we are second to none to create and to run the best hostels.

Here, Spicypai Backpackers, is one of our master pieces. We created this hostel from scratch. Our hard work for 2 and a half months is here waiting for you to appreciate it. This brand new hostel opened its doors on 7th Aug 2011 and it is the talk of the town now for its stunning view, chill atmosphere and great social place. Get a motorbike or hop on with someone to explore this paradise valley; hot springs, canyon, waterfalls, tribe villages etc. Or just walk around in the beautiful valley of Pai, a little hippy town where 90% of the area consists of mountains.

Hostel Features:

-Farmer huts with bamboo & leafs

-Hand-made tree house style bunk beds

-Comfy mattresses with mossy net and fresh sheets

-Common area with great view of paddy field and mountain surroundings

-Easy breakfast

-Coffee & Tea

-Hot showers

-WiFi

While Spicythai offers more luxury facilities like the city house, Spicypai offers a simpler farm style house with enough facilities to keep you comfy at a cheaper price. We believe a good house is not always the house with everything you want but sometime it is just a simple house with everything you need. Nice people to hang out with are more important to make a place the good place.

Meet the Spicy Guys!

You will be amazed with their fluent English, local knowledge, generosity, and traveling perspectives.

Spicy World;

Jeerapong (Pong) Prathomsup (Spicy Creator, World Traveler, TAT Tourist Guide, PADI Divemaster and Spicy Hostels Senior MD): Pong is always on the road collecting traveling experiences or creating a new Spicy. He is now spent most of the time in Koh Tao, running the newest Spicy hostel, Spicytao Backpackers. See him on the island, on the road or in one of the Spicy hostels!

Spicythai and Spicypai;

Sarayuth (Noom) Buatoom (Spicypai Co-creator, TAT Tourist Guide, Daddy and Spicythai /pai MD): Noom will be in Spicythai most of the time and pops in Pai sometimes. He will be more than happy to help you out with any travel inquiries.

Krissana (Aum) Pitakkajorn (Professional TAT Tourist Guide, My Car Mania and Spicythai Partner with Pong and Noom): This experienced and active tour guide is always around and is quite handy when you are looking for something to do in Chiang Mai or nearby.

Sopa (Saow) Taseetip (TAT Tourist Guide, Shop Master and Spicythai House Manager): Saow will make sure that Spicythai will never run out of toilet paper.

Nattakit (Kit) Malaichaisong (TAT Tourist Guide, Bike Trip Leader, Meditation Instructor, Pub Master and Spicypai GM): Kit will make sure that you will have spicy time in Pai. Pai is a paradise for backpackers and Spicypai is the center of it.

Spicytao;

Pennueng (Jain) Sompen (TAT Tourist Guide, Cliff Jumper, Guitar Player, Pub Crawl Follower and Spicytao GM): Jain is like his best friend, Kit. This young and enthusiastic host will be around to help you out with your buckets and navigate you home.

And there is always at Spicy will be some long term or return guest who loves to meet and help out the new spicy member.

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Hotel Amenities

  • Breakfast Included
  • Common Room
  • Free Internet Access
  • Linen Included
  • Parking
  • Tours/Travel Desk
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