The Englishman's Retreat Guesthouse & Resort

Address: Pansam Road, Udon Thani, 41000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Pansam Road, Udon Thani, is near Phra Thinang Wehart Chamrun, Phra Thinang Aisawan Thiphta-Art, Tevaraj-Kanlai Gate, and Ho Hem Monthian Thewarat.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Fitness/Health center


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Free parking


          • Suites

          TripAdvisor Reviews The Englishman's Retreat Guesthouse & Resort Udon Thani

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          Travel Blogs from Udon Thani

          American Geography and Thai Silk

          A travel blog entry by scott.ptolemy on Feb 24, 2014

          23 photos

          ... world’s largest freshwater fish. The Mekong River Catfish is officially the largest freshwater fish with the largest recorded catch being weighed in at 660 pounds and had a length of 10.5 feet!

          After the aquarium and lunch, we went to a silk market to buy some of Thailand’s famous silk that is ridiculously cheap here. The Nong Khai area is know for its quality silk and wanting to buy authentic silk at ...

          Tasty Thailand

          A travel blog entry by scott.ptolemy on Feb 10, 2014

          26 photos

          ... our family and friends.

          I thought it would be fun to take you through this week of our lives in Thailand through the lens of eating. It is hard to separate daily life in Thailand from eating, so this probably won't be that hard.

          We woke up on Monday morning to the smell of frying eggs, cooking rice, and the yells of our little brother Modern. The day begins as any other would, but quickly gets thrown for a loop. Unbeknownst to us (and many of ...

          Watt shall we look at?

          A travel blog entry by amayainthailand on Sep 30, 2013

          2 comments, 16 photos

          ... rule I'll have a chocolate moon pie, some fried chicken and a box of milk.

          We take off our shoes as a sign of respect and the monks in a spectrum of orange, silently file by as their alms bowls are filled. Bright orange is for young men, while deep rust is used for the older generation. The female monks are called nuns, they wear white and also have shaved heads.

          It's a really cool ...


          A travel blog entry by amayainthailand on Aug 09, 2013

          4 photos

          ... and BBQ pork. For lunch my host dad takes his nephew and I to eat at an open street stall/ restaurant that are very popular here. We both get big flat noodles in a thick broth with pork and dark greens, I add some chilli pepper that sits in a small jar on the table along with other condiments. It's different here; there is sugar on the table instead of salt for main dishes, but fruit is served with salt and chilli. We also eat with a spoon and fork, no knives. Want to spread? Use a ...


          A travel blog entry by mbseb on Apr 15, 2013

          ... a while the water you've been cooking the veggies and stuff in, combined with the fat from the meat you've been cooking on top, that runs down into the water, becomes a tasty soup! It was very good and a fun way to eat dinner. And also very warm, since you sit by the warm grill all the time.
          Sebastian and I went straight back home, while they dropped by a bar to talk to some friends. We watched a couple of episodes of a ...