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We stayed for three nights in January and had a great time.
Firstly, getting there you need to catch a minibus to Mae Khaem from Lampang (or Phrae if you're coming from that direction). When we got to Lampang all the minibuses had sold out,...More
I stayed at Punjen for 4 nights in November, primarily to see some of the local insect life. At first glance the bungalows look a little basic but are comfortable and have all the required amenities such as fridges, air-con and wi-fi, plus a nice...More
Stayed at Punjen with family for 6 nights over Xmas and New year. We self drove and visited various national parks and cultural sites returning every afternoon to the sound of the running stream in front of the bungalow. The hostess, Dwaila is a wonderful...More
We spent 3 very relaxing days in this small resort with our family of 5 (3 kids). We stayed in one of their bungalows (2 bedrooms, small living room, fan, no airco). The remote place is clean, green and pieceful. The swimming pool is great...More
would it get too hot in the night without AC staying there in April ?
28 January 2015|
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Response from dkirwin | Reviewed this property |
I don't think it would be too hot, if I recall correctly there are fans. If not I am sure you could request one. Punjen is a lovely place and the staff are wonderful. If you are looking for a quiet rural experience this... More
I don't think it would be too hot, if I recall correctly there are fans. If not I am sure you could request one. Punjen is a lovely place and the staff are wonderful. If you are looking for a quiet rural experience this is the place!
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"There are two bungalows, both are the same and each has two rooms each with a bathroom.
If you are self..."