Last updated: 12 December 2014 (B.E. 2557)

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Conveniently located at latitude N 19 31.01 by longitude E 98 15.02 in Pang Mapha District, Mae Hong Son Province, Thailand. 



Visit the links below for more about Soppong and our Inn:


About us
Some pictures and information about our Seven Elephants Café and our accommodations.

About Soppong
Where it is and lots of information about Soppong (Pang Mapha district) and our corner of Mae Hong Son province. There is also a list of updated links here.

The Nests
The newest additions to our collection - our most comfortable and nicely furnished accommodation.

Champa Room
Located adjacent to our deck, with space, comfort and air conditioning.

Leelawadi Cottage
A cozy two-storey cottage overlooking the river.

River Rim Cottage
Very open and simply natural - perched 10 metres above the river with your own private terrace.

Rice Hut
Styled after the rice barns in Northern Thailand.

Bamboo Rooms
Taking design cues from local Shan style...very comfy and right on the deck.

The Baan
Very private with an authentic northern Thai house experience. Perfect for a family.

Maps
Where is Soppong anyway? We also included some good detailed satellite maps for a bird's eye view of the area.

Contact Us

If you're just visiting and want to know more about Soppong, or would like to make a booking to stay with us, please let us know.

Or you can phone us at +66 53 617 107 or +66 81 250 8425.

 

The Lang River...straight ahead...through the gates...

Through the
                  gates...



Ricefields near Soppong

More rice fields in the vicinity of Soppong.




View of the river in
                Soppong

Upstream view of the Lang River from The Deck.



News:

If you are driving from Chiang Mai to Soppong, you may want to allow some extra time, as the holiday season traffic jams have begun in Pai. The first jam will be out by the old bridge where there are loads of tourists parking on the road at all the souvenir stands. After that, it will be at the tourist coffee shops (i.e. Coffee in Love) outside of Pai. Unless you want to be stuck in traffic for as long as 30 minutes going through central Pai, be sure to take the Pai bypass road outside of town.

We have a new restaurant in Soppong serving some very nice, authentic Thai food. Busaba Restaurant just opened with some tasy homemade Thai dishes. Busaba is a former chef at our Seven Elephants Cafe, and many of her fresh veggies come from her own organic garden. It's in a nice, quiet setting along the main road, up some steps on a small hill with views over Soppong.

Tripadvisor has awarded us with their 2014 Certificate of Excellence. That's two years in a row now. Only the top 10% of properties reviewed receive this award, so everyone at Soppong River Inn was happy to receive this news. And we are all so very grateful that our guests who reviewed us were pleased with our accommodations, food and service, and helped us win this award. Thank you!


We were pleased to see that Lonely Planet gave us their "Top Choice" notation for Soppong in their latest edition. Their review goes on to say "Set among lush gardens with winding paths, the rooms have heaps of character and are all slightly different".

Soppong finally has motorbike rentals again, with the new Castrol Bike Point shop renting out Honda Waves for 200 baht/day. The shop is located about 150 metres from our entrance.

One of our guests posted loads of photos of views around the Inn and our gardens, along our stretch of the Lang River and around Soppong. You can view his blog page here. It's in Thai language, but you can still look at the photos!


Due to various WAN and WiFi problems we were having, we have just completed an overhaul of our WiFi network and internet connection. We now have a fibre internet connection and have installed high-powered Ubiquity WiFi access points. If you are not a geek, that just means that our free internet access is now faster and you will have a good signal in every room or anywhere on our property.



Lisu Girl in
                  Soppong

A Lisu girl from Nong Tong village (a short walk up the hill from the Inn), dressed in her finest New Years clothes. Photo courtesy of our friend Mark Harrison, who took the photo of her in our garden.