Buakham Resort

Address: 160 Moo 1, Chiang Saen, 57150, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 160 Moo 1, Chiang Saen, is near Gyeongbokgung Palace, Changdeokgung Palace, Deoksugung Palace, and Deoksu Palace.
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Travel Blogs from Chiang Saen

Still Alive...ish

A travel blog entry by kelsey.pedlar on Sep 01, 2013

... and everyone was quickly running out of water. A few of us suffered mild heat stroke, one suffered major heat stroke, and even the most experienced hikers were struggling to finish. It was something none of us were prepared for and something I never thought I would be able to accomplish.

But accomplish I did! I made it to the top and to the village! Which was 110% worth the trek. We split into groups and the four girls stayed in one hut together. It was so ...

Journey to Tented Camp, Golden Traingle

A travel blog entry by sueandgraham on Feb 01, 2013

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... make of it in 500 years time I wonder? Outside it is an extravagant fairytale of a building, like white icing sugar. Beautiful. We drove on to visit a settlement of hill tribes including Akha and Mien from China and the 'long-neck' Karen tribe from Burma. It was sad to see these people, refugees from their own homeland and resented by the local communities, reduced to selling knick-knacks to survive.

Chiang Saen

A travel blog entry by fadge1 on Nov 17, 2012

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... probably late teens) sleeping on the ground with her baby and toddler. We had given her money yesterday and the day before when she was begging in the street. So sad.

We went to a small restaurant that Ian had recommended for their crab noodle soup. The man cooked soup from a cart on the footpath and his wife cooked in a kitchen out the back. A young girl handed us a menu but it only had rice and stir fried noodle ...

Cruise along the Mekong River, Lao

A travel blog entry by xplorersarah on Jan 17, 2012

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... re still freezing. Luckily I have the ability of quickly falling asleep whenever I'm on any form of transport. I don't ever want to be as cold as I was today ever again.

I keep on mentioning "we" but I have not yet given details of who those people are. In my tour group we have: Karen, an Australian teacher from Adelaide who has been on crutches after twisting her ankle on the 11th in ...

Kamphaeng Phet: The Farang Experience

A travel blog entry by myriam_123 on Jan 17, 2009

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... up at the night market. I certainly felt like an outsider there- a feeling I must get used to. I didn't have to energy to sign my way into ordering anything interesting, so I went for the easy choices: sushi, donuts, and iced coffee (all for about $2.50!). I sat by the river - quite beautiful- as the sun was setting, and then I witnessed by first aerobics in the park!! Apparently this is quite common in Thailand....it was pretty funny. When I got back to the guesthouse ...