Baan Thip

323 Bak Pier Houwing, Chiang Khong, 57140, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 323 Bak Pier Houwing, Chiang Khong, is near The National Museum Bangkok, Royal Barges National Museum, Phra Athit Road, and Dusit Park.
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Travel Blogs from Chiang Khong

Chiang Khong

A travel blog entry by ekhunt on Aug 19, 2014

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... to get change.  This was all to break a 1000 baht note, about 30 usd, which is the only thing ATMs spit out. Eventually he came back and we got all situated just in time to stay dry on our deck while the afternoon showers rolled through.  For dinner we attempted to eat at a cycling themed English pub but it was closed for an unexplained reason. We had an early night to rest up before attempting the Loas border crossing and river cruise the next ...

Chiang Khong, Thailand and Pakbeng, Laos

A travel blog entry by beccie_andy on Jun 28, 2014

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We caught an 8 hour bus from Chiang Mai up to Chiang Khong, ready to cross the border the next day. Chiang Khong had been described as sleepy and this seemed pretty accurate. A peaceful little place with very few restaurants or shops. We found a tiny liitle guesthouse next to the Mekong River to stay for the night.

The next morning the guesthouse organised a shared minibus down to the border crossing. The initial part was fairly fast - ...

Chiang Mai to Chiang Khong

A travel blog entry by katandgia on Jun 11, 2014

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... final dinner in Thailand we went for Mexican at Bamboo - the highest rated eatery on trip advisor! It was very nice, but quite expensive compared to Chiang Mai, but the whole town seems to be. The guy that owns the restaurant also spoke about how the new 'friendship bridge' that opened 6 months ago has killed off a lot of trade for the town. I'm not going to lie, but we didn't even know the bridge existed! After doing some research, we now realise that ...

Bangkok Bound

A travel blog entry by harwoodjones on May 09, 2014

... let's just say I was grateful to get out the taxi. The airport is so tiny, and such a bizarre concept. It's roughly the size of one terminal at LHR or another major international airport however they have about 4 terminals that you can walk between. Each terminal has three or four gates. When I was checking in, they didn't have a conveyer belt for the bags; all they had was a set of scales and then about three men per airline lifting it on ...

Chiang Rai to Huay Xai

A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Apr 11, 2014

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... despite his Thai family he and his business have not really been accepted and his signs have been damaged, he's had threats and most recently his wife was bloodied in the street. When it was reported to the Police he was told it was his fault and he could be locked up. He has come to accept that a minority will always hate foreigners and he has to live with it if he is to stay. Saturday morning we got the guesthouse organised mini van to the new Friendship Bridge ...

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