Mut Mee

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1111/4 Kaeworawut Road
Nong Khai 43000, Thailand
Tel: +66 (0)42 460 717
Fax: +66 (0)42 412 182
E-mail: mutmee@mutmee.com
E-mail: mutmee@gmail.com

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My Dear Visitor,

Go to Sculpture Park PageAllow us to introduce our tiny, but intensely beautiful corner of the globe. Our home is called Mut Mee, a place to stay located in a glorious tropical garden clinging to the banks of the Maekong river, in the heart of the Thai town of Nong Khai, which is in the Isan region of the north-east of Thailand. On the other side of the river is the country of Laos.

Go to Yoga PageMut Mee is a garden guest-house, surrounded by people giving courses in yoga, massage, reiki, and fitness training. It's a light hearted community of both Thais and foreigners that's entertained many, many visitors of all ages from all over the world for more than fifteen years. And Nong Khai is such a special place that a number return to see us every year and some have even come to live with us!

Go to Historical Park PageFrequently, people are drawn here to see the famous Sculpture Park, Salakeawkoo with its serpent images reaching over seven stories high... Quite a few come on a quest to see the magical Maekong Fireballs... And many others because they have heard of the truly mysterious mushroom shaped rocks at the Phu Phra Bat Historical Park, which people lived under more than 3000 years ago.


Go to Nagarina Boat PageOften it is the river itself which is the star attraction, and the glorious sunset over it. This can best be seen from our boat, The Nagarina, which sets off on her quest to see the evening lights every night. Also towards sunset people drift down the riverbank steps to listen to Live Music at the Gaia Bar, floating on the river below...possibly the most romantic bar on the entire length of the Maekong River.

Go to Mut Mee PageYet there are those who simply want to sit in our large garden, just to watch the Maekong flow by and look at Laos on the other side... So, if you are searching for further information about the north-east of Thailand, or Visas to Laos, or you would simply like to book a room, do send an email and we will try our best to send an answer with the speed of wing'ed mercury.

Go to Events PageWe send you our warmest wish... that we may one day have the privilege of meeting you...



Julian & Pao Wright,
The owners of Mut Mee.


Last Updated... 2nd of July, 2014








































Booking
Rooms

It is easy to book a room at Mut Mee, simply send us an email and we will answer quickly.
Some websites say we are always full, but now we have lovely new rooms, that is certainly not true!
Click here for more information.

11th of July
Candle Festival

The Candle Festival is Ladies Day when the young girls dance in the streets. It is the day before the beginning of Buddhist Lent when young men go to the Temple to begin their period of meditation. The ladies dance so that the young men will not forget them while they are away.
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8th of Oct
Naga Fireballs

The Naga Fireballs are one of the strangest events in Thailand. On the full moon of the end of Buddhist Lent bright red fireballs appear mysteriously from the Mekong River. Nobody knows why, but the Naga Fireballs are likely a fantastic natural phenomenon.
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a Painting by Lisa Lippuner
Inspired by years at Mut Mee
Many of our rooms feature her immensely sensitive work

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a Place to Stay
a Fun Community
a Town to Explore
a Culture Beyond
a Calendar of Events
and also