Baan Thip

Address: 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

Leaving Chiang Mai

A travel blog entry by will.meyer on May 14, 2015

34 photos

... all the music when I backed it up to iCloud yesterday. So this drive is going by really slow. We finally stopped off at a little station for lunch. Will got the infamous pad Thai and I stuck to a magnum ice cream bar and a coke (what diet? pshhh). During lunch we got talking to the other people in the group that is doing the trip with us. They're all British and seems like we all doing the same thing. One girl is actually here for 6 months and she's traveling all by herself. ...

Day 2 in Bangkok

A travel blog entry by will.meyer on May 08, 2015

1 comment, 7 photos

... to buy tickets. At the train station it was a matter of minutes and we had our tickets in hand for the following day. We spotted a Dunkin Donuts and Ali decided a coffee would help ease her agitation. It seemed to do the trick and we were on our way again. We needed to find a taxi from there to MBK mall (big mall with cheap stuff). A guy approached us and offered us a tuk-tuk ride for B20 ($0.60). That's a good deal we ...

Day 6 Mekong River

A travel blog entry by tedstravels on Apr 01, 2015

43 photos

I'm getting used to these early mornings! We've a 6 hour cruise down the river today. Not a lot else to say really apart from I'm really enjoying the stunning scenery, sensory overload. Smatterings of civilisation on the banks of the river and little villages appearing out of no where. The mountains are shrouded in smoke from the rice field fires. The strong currents are clearly visible with whirlpools and rapids breaking the surface of the water. As its the ...

Settling down in Chiangmai

A travel blog entry by sueblueginger on Jan 22, 2015

3 comments, 37 photos

... Sunday, and I'm going to stop this blog entry and give anyone who has read through all this a breather! It's been my 'settling into Chiangmai' week. I realised that all week I've been intending to walk all around the edge of the old city to get a better idea of where everything is...... But every time I started out, I'd either get lost or sidetracked . The guest house was strangely silent ( most people still up north on Nui's trip) so I set off under a clear blue sky, headed for ...

A holiday in Cambodia

A travel blog entry by beardedwanderer on Dec 23, 2014

... by we could be in for an interesting time. We'd just crossed the border when I went to use the public toilet. In there a man took particular interest in what business I was going about. I thought he was going to mug me or something so I washed my hands quickly and turned to leave. It was then I noticed that he was waving his self at me. I said "no thank you" in an awfully British manner and hurried out into the safety of the public. It really was a most unusual way to welcome a guest to your ...

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