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Stayed in Soppong and hired a bike, not very experienced with bikes so be careful as the road is... read more

Reviewed May 25, 2018
Redruth, United Kingdom
Ban Jabo and a stay at Rimkiree Guesthouse

The whole tiny village of Ban Jabo is worth a visit, because it's (most of the time - except when... read more

Reviewed February 1, 2018
Barcelona, Spain
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Moo 4 Pang Mapha Subdistrict, Soppong, Thailand
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Reviewed June 18, 2018

It is set in Karst mountains and the cliffs come to 50 m from the village. there are beautiful views from Jabo. There is now a coffee shop, and sometimes I see 10 minivans, or 40 big motorbikes there. However, anytime that I have stopped...More

3  Thank Ken O
Reviewed May 25, 2018

Stayed in Soppong and hired a bike, not very experienced with bikes so be careful as the road is very winding. I got the about 4pm and the coffee shop was closing. They open in the morning very early. Really wanted to see the mists...More

1  Thank jamesmK3843ZV
Reviewed February 1, 2018

The whole tiny village of Ban Jabo is worth a visit, because it's (most of the time - except when minibusses bring many Thai tourists to a viewpoint and coffee break, then, the atmosphere changes slight ;) ) still pretty original and quiet. There are...More

5  Thank ManuElaKa
Reviewed January 12, 2018 via mobile

Nice coffe shops with view over the valley. Local tribal community. Starting point for the amazing Jabo Cave (log coffins) and on the way to several other caves.

2  Thank Mekong164
Reviewed December 11, 2017 via mobile

Stop at here for breakfast on the way to pang mapha from ban ruk thai! There is a noodle shop where you sit down to have noodles with 270 degrees montain view!!! The view was stunning! But the noodle just so so!!! Try their jabo...More

2  Thank gurpal9838
Reviewed November 22, 2016

Great place to take a break form the road and all the curves, yeah, what 1864 of them? Morning time is probably the best time to try and get here as long as the fog isn't too heavy, but it also adds to the scenic...More

1  Thank bulldogtwo
Reviewed September 16, 2014

Spend a short morning visit or a day to experience this Black Lahu community at Bann Jabo. Great cultural experience with community local guide. Observe how Lahu make thier own traditional clothes, bamboo weaving, traditional instrument and visit mysterious wood coffin cave. optional for cultural...More

4  Thank tourmerngtai
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Andrew S
March 26, 2018|
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Response from ManuElaKa | Reviewed this property |
Hi Andy, in the beginning we stayed one night in Ban Mae Lana, in the valley, in "Mae Lana Garden Home". The nice owner there speaks English, and she can organize a pick up at the crossing of the main road between Pang Mapha... More