Sabaidee Guesthouse

Address: 81/7 Moo 13 Charodwithithong Rd, Sukhothai, 64000, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 81/7 Moo 13 Charodwithithong Rd, Sukhothai, is near Siam Rice Thai Cookery School, Maesa Elephant Camp, Chiang Mai Zoo, and Doi Suthep-Pui National Park.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSabaidee Guesthouse Sukhothai

Reviewed by nina.bennewitz

DIRTY!

Reviewed Jan 14, 2012
by (9 reviews) Keighley , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

My advice would be not to stay here....its incredibly dirty and the staff don't seem to care much. Bad all round.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Sabaidee Guesthouse Sukhothai

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Sukhothai

The Elephant Sanctuary

A travel blog entry by tashdanpaige on Aug 05, 2014

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... was at the back crying lol. After a while we calmed down and got the hang of it. It was very fun and such and good experience in the end - very bumpy ride though. We went through rocky mud trails and the elephant decided to splash mud all in our faces. We went up stream and into a river where we jumped off and washed the elephant before getting back on and finishing the trek. It was a scary experience but we would recommend it to everyone and we are so glad we done ...

An Elephant Bath and a Very Wet New Year!

A travel blog entry by s-oldfield on Apr 17, 2014

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... of my travels so far though has been visiting the elephant sanctuary. After extensive research, I settled on a place out in the Thai 'bush' where 70% of the money goes to the local community and the elephants are genuinely well cared for. My friend and I were introduced to our elephant for the day, Mae Mo (the naughtiest one) and we fed her organic bamboo, bathed her and rode her bareback (no chair, no hooks) to the waterfall. We scoffed a lunch of chicken and ...

Chiang ruh ruh rai!

A travel blog entry by bc1222 on Jan 27, 2014

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... sites and took a quick trip to Myanmar (Burma). We only went to the shops and walked around for a bit, since we weren’t allowed to be there long. Don’t worry, nothing too interesting happened or else I’d be telling ya.
So after returning to Chiangrai, we stayed in a hotel (a very nice one I might add) and woke up the next morning to a fantastic breakfast—EGGS AND TOAST! I know it doesn’t sound like much and I ...

Healthcare Culture Shock

A travel blog entry by debbie.loop on Jan 13, 2014

9 photos

... was a busy place. We had sophomore students from BCNC and Payap University on the floor. No one was territorial and they all worked together. Everyone was willing to learn from each other.

We began the shift with group report. Everyone sat/stood at the nurses station as report was given on the patients. Then we made rounds which consisted of all of us going bed to bed to see the patient and ask any questions. My students saw some things ...

Elephant mahouts (trainers) for the day!

A travel blog entry by mrandmrsmexico on Nov 05, 2013

28 photos

... river where we bathed the elephants. This essentially involved them lying in the river & us splashing water over them, or each other. Whilst I expected the elephants to have tough skin, I hadn't realised they had very spiky tough hair too. Thank goodness for the thick cotton trousers they had given us otherwise it would have been very uncomfortable. On the way home we visited an elephant poo recycling centre where a sort of ...