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The number of visitors to Muang Sing has declined, and so too has the number of good places to stay. There are only a few places worth recommending but if for some bizarre reason they are all full, there are several not so great places – Muang Sing is small, you’ll find them. Most accommodation in Muang Sing is located on or just off the main road, which runs from China all the way to Burma.

  • Adima Guesthouse

    Adima Guesthouse

    Lovely bungalows perfect for exploring villages

    8.5km along the road to China, Muang Sing
    T: (020) 5519 7113;

    Adima is nearly nine kilometres out of town towards the Chinese border and it’s worth staying here if you want to experience rural beauty and a comfortable stay. Nine very cute and well-built brick ... Read the full review of Adima Guesthouse.

    4 stars Under USD 10 3 votes Backpacker
  • Danneau 2 Guesthouse

    Danneau 2 Guesthouse

    Large bland hotel

    On a sidestreet just off the main intersection across from Wat Xieng Chai and the Tribal Museum
    T: (030) 583 8638;

    The Danneau 2 Guesthouse is a great big modern structure just off the main road across from the distinctive Tribal Museum building on the corner of the junction. It lacks character due to its design ... Read the full review of Danneau 2 Guesthouse.

    3.5 stars Under USD 10 1 vote Backpacker
  • Phou Iu Guesthouse

    Phou Iu Guesthouse

    Peaceful and charming

    On a dirt side road at the southern end of Muang Sing
    T: (020) 5598 5557;

    The rattan bungalows at Phou Iu II Guesthouse certainly are charming and the prices are much higher than they used to be, but it’s because they’re the best guesthouse located in the centre of ... Read the full review of Phou Iu Guesthouse.

    3 stars USD 10 to 20 5 votes Flashpacker

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