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This trip was one of my highlights of my time in Myanmar! Kham was so kind, friendly and attentive, speaks good english and is willing to share his wealth of knowledge about Hsipaw and the surrounding area. It's especially cool that you get to stay...More
We did a 3-day-hiking tour with Kham and it was awesome. He made this trip so special, authentic, informative and exactly as challenging as we hopped for. :) he was taking excellent care of us and the homestays with the families were great. you could...More
Kham honestly became our friend during the tour (no cheesiness intended)
He is a very approachable, fun interesting guy and during the trek he told us about everything from his point of view with personal stories that are always more interesting than dry fact. you...More
I would highly recommend trekking with Kham Ai, he was a great guide with superb English! He was most helpful and answered any questions that I had. We did a 3 day 2 night trek, where we went up into the mountains and stayed with...More
New Force trekking has got to be the most well organised, friendliest and rewarding trekking company I have had the pleasure to experience. On the first day we hiked up through the jungle and at night we settled down in a lovely home stay in...More
Kham is an absolutely great guide. We went on a one night / two day trek and it was super. We told him our interests and he tailored the trip to make it exactly what we wanted. Our group had multiple generations and everyone had...More
Amazing experience with Kham. A really authentic trek where we meet a beautiful local people and we had a possibility ti learn the local life style. Thanks so much Kham,all the best for you and the lovely Myanmar.
Kham is an awesome trekking guide! He knows the area really well and even kept us updated with the proper way to say hello to people based on the specific dialect of each village we passed through.
He took us to remote area of Hsipaw...More