Located in northern Thailand, overlooking the Mekong and into neighboring Laos, the Lanjia Lodge has only 16 rooms, in four guesthouses. The eco-friendly lodge was built in the traditional Hmong style, yet with modern comforts. Guests can spend their days taking in the clean mountain air as they go trekking, biking, and bird watching, though one of the principal reasons to visit the Lanjia Lodge is to see first-hand how tourism can play a positive role in the preservation of ancient cultures. You’ll learn about the lives of the hill tribes of the region and their handicrafts—and come away with a glimpse of Thailand far different from the bustle of Bangkok.
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