We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews beautiful garden train station the main road traditional food location is excellent decent shower local tour local countryside rooms are spacious and clean central location the open air restaurant bamboo bungalows rail tickets providing information give advice quiet environment superior type
We stayed at Tai House the nights before and after a 3 day trek in Hsipaw. The staff were all so welcoming and helpful, and the service they provided was excellent. We didn't book online, so I'm not certain which type of room we stayed...More
Exceptional staff (some of the best we ever met in our travels).
Great breakfast with many local choices, and good restaurant (had diner twice).
Quiet place while conveniently located very close to city center.
You can get free bikes from the hotel, but double check...More
Excellent service from very friendly staff and very comfortable accommodation in a beautiful setting. After a long bus trip it was so great to settle into this lovely accommodation I highly recommend anyone visiting Hsipaw to stay here!
We stayed there two nights.
First of all I booked but phone and told the owner we took the night bus and he organise a pick up and let us to directly in the room in the morning for no extra charge.
The room was...More
Absolutely gorgeous, comfortable, super clean, and amazingly sweet staff. Plus the included breakfast is both huge and delicious. Such a great value for the money compared to the other higher-end options in town. Can't recommend enough!
Response from Bronwyn N | Reviewed this property |
If you have the time I would go to Bagan and Hsipaw, Bagan was not so touristy, with the thousands of temples you could get away from them, there are so many temples, the only time we had to contend with them was waiting for... More
If you have the time I would go to Bagan and Hsipaw, Bagan was not so touristy, with the thousands of temples you could get away from them, there are so many temples, the only time we had to contend with them was waiting for sunset on top of one of the pagodas, the fun we had riding around Bagan on the e-bikes made Bagan one of our hilights along with Inle Lake and Hsipaw, the markets were great too, we took a boat from Mandalay to Bagan, if you go make sure you get on the boat early to get a seat in the covered section, many outside got quite sunburnt, we got to Hsipaw by flying from Inle Lake to Lashio and then by car to Hsipaw, we stayed at Tai House resort which organised our day walks with a great English speaking guide, we also rode bikes around the town to the old crumbling pagodas and monastery and on the way back called into Mrs Popcorns for a smoothly, we then went to Pyo Oo Lwin by train, first class tickets are cheap, comfortable seats though bumpy at times, but no problem, funny to be in the toilet squatting when we went over the bumps, we stayed in Pyo Oo Lwin for a couple of days, went to the botanic gardens and swam in a beautiful aqua blue waterfall, we then travelled to Mandalay by car then went west to Bagan. When you went in 1976 how long could you get your visa for? a friend of mine went there about then and could only get one for 24 hours