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Lamai Homestay and Guesthouse and Tours

An Award-Winning Homestay in the Heart of Isan, North-east Thailand

For information/enquiries email: lamai.homestay@yahoo.com

AN AWARD-WINNING HOMESTAY IN THE HEART OF ISAN IN NORTH-EAST THAILAND

Lamai Homestay/Guesthouse, Thailand

New accommodation for 2017 – a small self-catering villa completely self-contained within the gardens of the homestay. 800 baht (£19) per night.

Long stays are possible in the villa – one month, three months or six months. Just let us know your requirements.

NEW FROM SPRING 2017 THE SILK TOUR WITH 3 NIGHTS ACCOMMODATION NOW INCLUDES ONE TO ONE TUITION FOR 6950 BAHT PLUS ALL MATERIALS USED.

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New Tour Package for 2017

SPECIAL PRICE FOR MAXIMUM FLEXIBILITY 2 NIGHTS 3 DAYS 2995 BAHT PER PERSON (MINIMUM OF 2 PERSONS) CHILDREN UNDER 8 FREE WHEN SHARING ROOM WITH 2 ADULTS

CHOOSE ANY TOUR FROM THE TOURS PAGE FOR INCLUSION IN THIS PACKAGE

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WE ARE STILL THE BEST HOMESTAY IN THAILAND AS WELL AS THE ORIGINAL!!!!

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Lamai Homestay is situated in Ko Pet, a rice village in the heart of rural Isan. We built it ourselves – with help from the local villagers. The house is surrounded by beautiful gardens growing bananas, papaya, mango and custard apple. There is a cool, shady barbecue and eating area in the garden and a splashpool nearby to rest tired feet.

As we accommodate a maximum of eight people, you are always assured of the best attention and privacy. It is ideal for families – we have three daughters of our own, – Lizi, Jolie and Ami.

Khopet Village is a genuine, totally original, unspoilt environment where you can experience a wonderfully relaxed Thai lifestyle. You will instantly be welcomed and invited to participate in, or simply enjoy watching every-day life going on around you. It is not a commercial village at all. It is a working rural village where real life goes on with or without tourists.

What we offer is a unique experience. You have the genuine Thai experience of living with Lamai and her family – parents, aunts and uncles, brothers and sisters. You will also have English input from me (Jimmy). I have lived here for nearly twenty years and have learned all the traditions, the culture, the religion, the superstitions, and can pass the knowledge on to you.

Be it rice planting/cutting, silk or rug making, there’s always something to see. We are also within day-trip distance of Phimai (Khmer temples), Ban Prasat (archaeological site), Khorat city, Dan Kwian (pottery) as well as a range of smaller, lesser known places of interest.

Transfers available from Khao Yai National Park, Phimai, Khorat, Bangkok Airport or Pattaya