Doing A Brief Thailand 'loop'?

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  1. Charles77

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    Hi bikers! If you had 2 weeks, and you entered Thailand by bike at the Koh Kong border, made your way down the coast via Trat/Pattaya to Bangkok, then wanted to do a bit of the west coast up to Kanchanaburi and (potentially) Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai and Pai; what would be 'don't miss' locations and roads? Then, from that area up north, I'd like to loop around (if possible) and end up back at the same border, because I live in Cambodia. Hot tips/ suggestions of places would be hugely beneficial. Thanks for any help, I really, really appreciate it. I will be travelling on my SVF400 with my wife. TIA!
     
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    The GTR recommendations for the North

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    I enjoyed the roads heading north on the 105 from Mae Sot, then the 108 to Mae Hong Son, 1095 to Pai. Avoid Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai unless you like intense traffic. Make your way to the 1148 to Nan and south from there. It would be a big effort and about 3000Km
     

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