Less than an hours drive from the
Northern capital of Thailand, Chiang Mai, amid thickly forested hills
and misty valleys, lies the Mae-Sa Valley Craft Village. Two thousand
feet high, in an area of great scenic charm.
Individual thatched roof houses and bamboo cottages provide
accommodation, which blends beautifully with the surroundings and meets
high standards of comfort.
The mountain climate provides bright sunny days for exploration and
crisp cool evenings for fireside gatherings, The cultivated terrace
provide a riot of tropical and temperate flowers along with all the
vegetables served fresh at our restaurant.
The Mae-Sa Valley provides lazy days of
quiet relaxation, plus the chances to explore. Nearby are tribal
villages of the Meo , where the ancient ways of custom and costume are
little changed today. Theres an elephant camp, with a daily show, a
short hike or bus ride away. You can even return to the resort on an
elephants back, along a mountain trail.Your touring can include an
orchid nursery, a lobster farm and can take you deeper into the famous
mountain scenery of the north.
Mae-Sa Valley Craft Village offer a new
range of deluxe rooms, each with a different "Village Life" theme. Our
resort was the first to open in Mae Sa Valley, twenty years ago, when
weekenders from Bangkok yearned for escape from the pressures of the
city and were happy to find a simple with fresh air to breath and
nothing to do but lie back and relax. Recognizing that times have
changed and that visitors today want all that and more we have been
building new accommodation and refurbishing the old in a way intended to
preserve the simple qualities of the original while adding some of the
conveniences of the present. The solution is our themed cottages, each
with twin-bedroom, fully equipped modern bathroom and air-conditioning
and individually decorated by the artists from our craft village to
provide a unique atmosphere that is both charming and colourful.
The new chalets are decorated in six
Hill tribe Cottage
Each chalet has a distinctive motif
reflecting an aspect of Thai traditional country life subtly blended
with the best of contemporary design.