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Lovely secluded retreat. Website does make it look a bit more luxurious than in reality but still a nice place. Would have potential to be a "luxury" retreat but needs updating to reach that. Very friendly and attentive staff. Bring the bug spray. Although was...More
It has the most wonderful views and the 8 rice barns which are converted into rooms are an absolute delight. Spacious and have the most amazing views to wake up to or watch the sun go down from. There is a stunning freshwater pool (no...More
Spend a night with family, everything is just perfect here! We all love it! Double thumbs up for the view and the environment! Simple breakfast provided, they did have dinner menu. If you bring you own dinner up there, you may borrow utensils from the...More
Incredible views, delicious food, friendly service. The rice barns are the perfect accommodation. Staff can’t do enough for you. Definitely recommend you to have the Burmese food if offered- it’s delicious!
About us: Family of three from San Francisco area of the US, two adults in the mid-50’s and one 11-year old son. Extensive travelers with a focus on variety. We travel to experience other cultures, food and explore world’s people and geographies. We enjoy active...More
Aside from the trail (which is a lovely walk), there is not much else around Malihom. But that is the main point and joy of the place - to get away from everything. Wear bug spray all over if you go on the trail!
July is their durian season. The General Manager James is probably the only person who is available to pick up the durians. I am sure he is willing to accommodate your request if no other guests object to having durians... More
July is their durian season. The General Manager James is probably the only person who is available to pick up the durians. I am sure he is willing to accommodate your request if no other guests object to having durians there. I am a durian lover. But I find it most offensive of the smell left behind in the car or room after placing durians there. So I would recommend that you make a trip out and have as much durian as you like at the plantations. The costs will be most affordable. Just ask James.