Tham Na Hometaurant

175 Samsen Road, Bangkok, Thailand | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by roadtorio2014

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Hey guys! Tom here with the first entry of what's turning out to be an amazing trip. It took us over 30 hours of traveling to finally get to our hostel but writing this less than 24 hours of being here, the travel time was well worth it! If any of you people are planning to head out to South East Asia then let me tell you some of the things you might want to know. The good: 1: The hostels. They are ...

Giant Reclining Buddha

A travel blog entry by lizannlogan

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An early start to go on the canals in a long boat. Great ride but getting on and off was pretty fraught and the water decidedly disgusting. Off to a temple to see a large golden lying down statue of Buddha. We are now on the sleeper train on the way to Chiangmai Mai. A very festively atmosphere and we are having a nice Singha beer. So far so good. Don't know who gets to sleep on the top ...

Bangkok to river Kwai

A travel blog entry by clh726

... and took a ten minute rides to the bamboo rafts. What a wonderful ride. The river was calm, clean and very relaxing. We were definitely in the country. While on the river there were some elephants in the water. Real cool. I could have stayed there all day. At the end of the river ride we took the open truck back to ride the elephants. It was like riding horse swaying from side to side. We traveled to and ...

Southern Thailand

A travel blog entry by deirdreandbrock

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... into our room at a nice resort about 200 meters from the beach. It was worth the journey and we had 5 full days in Koh Tao to enjoy Christmas and explore the island.

We ran into many people we had met in Cambodia while we were in Koh Tao. SE Asia is like that; the gringo trail is well marked out and people stick to it for the most part, so you end up running into the same people over and over again. It’s nice to see friendly familiar faces, ...

Bangkok - Take 1

A travel blog entry by natandross

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... during a temple move. Almost as fascinating as the huge Buddha was the number of monks with iPhones posing in front taking selfies!

Not content with the worlds most expensive Buddha we next headed off down the river to the world biggest. The reclining Buddha at Wat Pho was unbelievable, too huge to capture in a single photo - despite our best attempts. The journey to get to there was fun too as it involved jumping on/off the local ...

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This hotel, located in the ดุสิต area of Bangkok, is near Dusit Zoo, Vimanmek Mansion, Phra Athit Road, and Wat Bovornivet.
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