Lovely bungalows perfect for exploring villages
Even though Adima is a little bit far from Muang Sing town, it's worth taking the effort and go ther...
What we say:
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 bungalows sit surrounded by banana plantations and paddy. Adima is located very close to a number of small interesting Yao, Tai Lue and Akha villages making this a great place for self-guided walks around. The guesthouse itself has a simple loveliness. The rooms are basic with gleaming tiled floors and wonderful balconies overlooking the rice fields to distant mountains. The bathrooms have hot water and Western toilets and the beds are big and comfortable. It really is a top spot if you can manage to make it out here, even for a night. The room rate is a bargain for what you get. The restaurant on site can provide all meals, dishes ranging from only 10,000 to 30,000 kip. To reach Adima, follow the road to China. There’s a Beerlao branded sign for Adima immediately after the sign for Ban Nammay. Turn right and continue on the dirt road through the banana plantation. The journey can be covered by bicycle, but in the heat of the day and with your pack, it feels like an interminable distance even though it's a flat ride through lovely farmland. Alternatively, organise a tuk tuk at the bus station or hire a bicycle in town and take it with you on the tuk tuk. Having a bicycle during your stay will make it easier for exploration and getting around.
Contact details:8.5km along the road to China, Muang Sing. T: (020) 5519 7113, (020) 239 3398
What we were quoted
|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Bungalow fan private b'room||60,000 kip||60,000 kip|
Added to Travelfish on: 28th September, 2004
Last visited or updated on: 11th May, 2015
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Rated 4.5 out of 5
Based on 3 ratings and 3 reviews
Even though Adima is a little bit far from Muang Sing town, it's worth taking the effort and go there by bike (or by tuktuk). It's a really romantic place where you can hang out and enjoy the beauty of the lao countryside. Our bungalow was quite big and clean. Bathrooms are ok, but not cleaned everyday.
The staff is really nice and the restaurant is very good, compared to what we got in other places in northern Laos!
Adima Guesthouse reviewed by sea2010 (Total published reviews: 9) on
isolated spot, great view
we went here on rented motorbikes coming from luang nam tha. It's a one day motorbikeride through the luang nam tha protected area/mountains. (great waterfalls half way Luang Nam Tha and Muang Sing !) Adima is at about 8 kilometer beyond Muang Sing close to chinese border. It has clean bungalows with great balcony view over the ricefields with fireflies at night ! Family is very helpfull, food is ok,Beautifull & quit isolated location !
Paul en Jeroen, Amsterdam
Adima Guesthouse reviewed by zomerwoning (Total published reviews: 6) on
Adima is fantastic, we slept in a nice room with a view on the rice fields and the surrounding mountains. The restaurant is good and you are 5 minutes from a Akha village. A lovely place!!
Adima Guesthouse reviewed by supervale (Total published reviews: 10) on
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8.5km along the road to China, Muang Sing.
T: (020) 5519 7113, (020) 239 3398
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Reviews about Adima Guesthouse
By sea2010, 09 February 2010
isolated spot, great view
By zomerwoning, 11 December 2007
By supervale, 12 November 2007