Find Hotels in Mae Hong Son, Thailand

96 vacation rentals and hotels available now

  • Price per night
    USD 0 - USD 300 +
  • Guest rating
  • Star rating
    and up
Advanced search
Today's Top Deals
10% OFF
Expires tomorrow!
Get an additional 10% discount on top of great deals in Auckland
10% OFF
Expires tomorrow!
Valid on bookings made 22 Nov 2018 through 5 Dec 2018 for accommodation that shows the option to enter a coupon code on the booking form.
Search Properties
8% OFF
Expires in 1 week!
Get 8% off your accommodations in Reykjavik now
8% OFF
Expires in 1 week!
Valid on bookings made 30 Nov 2018 through 13 Dec 2018 for accommodation that shows the option to enter a coupon code on the booking form.
Search Properties
5% OFF
Expires in 4 days!
Dreaming of the beach? Get 5% off in Gold Coast.
5% OFF
Expires in 4 days!
Valid on bookings made 2 Dec 2018 through 8 Dec 2018 for accommodation that shows the option to enter a coupon code on the booking form.
Search Properties

Just booked

Just viewed by other Agoda travelers

Traveler impressions of Mae Hong Son

More about Mae Hong Son

This sleepy capital in the far north of Thailand epitomizes the friendly Thai culture. Although Mae Hong Son can hardly be described as a city, this valley town is indeed the provincial capital and shares a border with three Myanmar states. The small Maehongson Airport is close to town and convenient to all hotels in Mae Hong Son. However, many more travelers choose to arrive by bus from Chiang Mai. Considering that the winding road alongside the mountains is one of the country’s most beautiful drives, this is by far the better way to travel even if it’s a lot longer than a flight.

Activities in Mae Hong Song include temple-hopping and elephant treks, and the hilly mountain terrain provides plenty for adventure enthusiasts. This small city is home to two national parks, one of them being Numtok Pa Suae National Park where adventurists can take their pick of activities such as swimming near waterfalls, exploring caves, mountain-biking, and river rafting. The area is home to several hill tribes, which can be visited via mountain trek. The Karen people from Burma also live in the Mae Hon Song area, the women instantly identifiable by their gold neck rings and elongated necks.

Life in Mae Hong Son is very relaxed and travelers here can retreat into isolation or immerse themselves in the local custom. The architectural style of Thai Yai is unique to Mae Hong Son and offers insight into local traditions and beliefs. Markets in the town center provide entertainment on many evenings, providing visitors with bargain-priced handicrafts like traditional woven hats and locally-grown tea.

Dining in Mae Hong Son is a simple affair with a handful of quality restaurants offering a standard menu of classic Thai dishes and regional specialties. Here, Northern Thai cuisine, commonly known as Isaan food, is a fresh and authentic and one of the most popular cuisines in Thailand.

There’s a lot more to see and do in Mae Hong Son, and the best way to discover what else this city has to offer in terms of attractions, landmarks, and hotels is by exploring the interactive map on this page.
December 2018
January 2019