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Most accommodation in Muang Sing is located on or just off the main road, which runs from China all the way to Burma. The standard of accommodation is generally very good and most people will find a room with the facilities they need to make their stay a comfortable one.

  • Chinese Hotel

    Chinese Hotel

    Large Chinese hotel with aircon

    Next to Tribal Museum, Muang Sing
    T: (020) 5803 8668;

    This place is targeted toward Chinese travellers and as such there is no English sign out the front, but this shouldn't stop you from checking it out as it's one of the best options in town. The best ... Read the full review of Chinese Hotel.

    4 stars Under USD 10 1 vote Backpacker
  • Adima Guesthouse

    Adima Guesthouse

    Remote bungalows perfect for self-guided treks

    8.5km along the road to China, Muang Sing
    T: (020) 5549 7768;

    Adima is nearly nine kilometres out of town towards the Chinese border. The journey can be covered by bicycle, but in the heat of the day it feels like an interminable distance even though it's a ... Read the full review of Adima Guesthouse.

    4 stars Under USD 10 3 votes Backpacker
  • Tai Lu Guesthouse

    Tai Lu Guesthouse

    Attractive old guesthouse

    Main road, Muang Sing
    T: (030) 511 0354;

    The Tai Lu was the first guesthouse in Muang Sing and has one of the most attractive exteriors. As the name suggests, the building is Tai Lue style, ringed by a balcony and with wooden detail that ... Read the full review of Tai Lu Guesthouse.

    4 stars Under USD 10 1 vote Backpacker
  • Janthimmaeng Guesthouse

    Janthimmaeng Guesthouse

    Rice field views

    Dirt road in the south of Muang Sing
    T: (030) 511 0834;

    This is a great little place in the south of town and down a dirt road on the eastern side of the main road. It's a large, modern building with great rice field views and a communal balcony, which ... Read the full review of Janthimmaeng Guesthouse.

    3.5 stars Under USD 10 1 vote Backpacker
  • Danneau 2 Guesthouse

    Danneau 2 Guesthouse

    Large bland hotel

    On a sidestreet just off the main intersection near the tribal museum, Muang Sing
    T: (020) 9799 7434;

    The Danneau 2 Guesthouse is a great big modern structure just off the main road across from the side road that most people walk along to get into town from the bus station. It lacks character due to ... Read the full review of Danneau 2 Guesthouse.

    3.5 stars Under USD 10 1 vote Backpacker
  • Saeng Deaune Guesthouse

    Saeng Deaune Guesthouse

    Simple rattan bungalows

    On the main street over the bridge towards China, Muang Sing
    T: (020) 508 6611;

    The rattan bungalows on offer at the back of this place are the only option for visitors these days and are not a bad choice if you want something in town with a bit of character. Each clean room ... Read the full review of Saeng Deaune Guesthouse.

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

    Phou Iu Guesthouse

    Peaceful, cheap and charming

    On a dirt side road at the southern end of Muang Sing
    T: (086) 400 012;

    The rattan bungalows here at Phou Iu Guesthouse 2 certainly are charming and the prices are currently much lower than in years gone by, presumably due to the recent sharp decrease in tourist numbers. ... Read the full review of Phou Iu Guesthouse.

    3 stars Under USD 10 5 votes Backpacker
  • Vieng Sing Guesthouse

    Vieng Sing Guesthouse

    Old and cheap

    Main road across from Tai Lu restaurant, Muang Sing

    Formerly known as Muang Sing Guesthouse, Vieng Sing really hasn't changed that much over the years. Tucked behind an imposing wooden Tai Lue house is the more conventional-looking concrete Vieng ... Read the full review of Vieng Sing Guesthouse.

    1.5 stars Under USD 10 1 vote Backpacker


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