Adima Guest HouseAddress: Ban Namdath mai, Sing District,, Muang Sing view map
If you consider Muang Sing to be off the beaten track then the Adima Guesthouse would definitely be off the beaten track and right in the heart of nature. Nestled at the base of a mountain chain and just a stone’s throw from the Chinese border it is truly surrounded by nature. It is primly placed for trekking in to the mountains and the local ethic minority villages such as the Akha, Yao and Leu.
The guesthouse is made up of a series of sturdy bungalows, with thatched roofs, brick and rattan walls and tiled floors. Each room has its own balcony that overlooks a terraced rice paddy. The rooms are clean and well maintained each has its own ensuite bathroom. There are twin and double rooms to choose from.
Run and managed by the local Tai-Leu ethnic minority the Adima Guesthouse is located just outside Oudomsin Village, which is an 8km drive from Muang Sing.
The Adima Guesthouse was originally opened by a German NGO in conjunction with the local ethnic minorities. The Guesthouse is now solely owned and managed by the local ethic minorities. The principal manger is Mr. Khong, a member or the Tai-Leu ethnic minority, who runs the guesthouse on a day to day basis with his wife and daughter.