Chainat Thani Hotel

Address: 345 Phahonyothin Rd, Chai Nat, 17000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 345 Phahonyothin Rd, Chai Nat.
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        Travel Blogs from Chai Nat

        Singburi - Thai Culture Week

        A travel blog entry by oliviasgapyear on Jan 12, 2014

        2 comments, 26 photos

        ... picnic tables and a cooler with some speakers for music. Each day we eat breakfast early (everything is always vegetarian and delicious) and leave around 10am on our open bus and "taxi" to see temples and sites around Singburi. Our bus is what seems to be an old school bus with rotting floorboards and an open back door, and our "taxi" is essentially a pickup truck with a couple of benches and a metal top above it (as are taxis in all of rural Thailand). One of the sites ...

        Rice..... And more rice

        A travel blog entry by celineellis on Jul 30, 2013

        2 photos

        I love travelling with work, even more so when my local colleagues show me the best restaurants and food joints! This trip is no exception. Firstly I wouldn't have had a clue with out local knowledge. Chai nat isn't as 'internationally' aware as Bangkok and the southern holiday destinations. Also, I would probably have gone 'safe' if I was on my ...

        Another Day of Teaching

        A travel blog entry by sarahm270 on Jul 04, 2012


        ... teaching. When I got my bike from the other school, the first graders that we taught in the morning were climbing out of the window to shake hands. These kids are too funny! After hanging around the house for an hour (it's too hot to do anything other than sit under the fan), we biked to a 7-11 to buy American food in honor of 4th of July. We had to go across a bridge to get into downtown In Buri, and people definitely noticed the 3 falang (foreigners) as we biked ...

        Signing Autographs for Students

        A travel blog entry by sarahm270 on Jul 02, 2012

        Today the 5 of us rode in P'Tuk's car to go to school. Normally we would ride bikes, but there weren't enough this morning. As we walked around the school, lots of kids would run up to us, say hello (or any other English words they knew), wave, and shake hands with us. Even though the other 3 volunteers have been there for a month, all the kids are still really excited to see them. The school ...

        Relaxing at the Safe House

        A travel blog entry by sarahm270 on Jul 01, 2012


        On Saturday we got up bright and early to get on the bus to Sing Buri. P'Ao and P'Mick bought bicycles and brought them onto the bus as their luggage. It was a 6 hour drive, and I have to say that I'm sick of long bus rides here. It was a 2-story bus, and there was a tv on each level. They showed kids'shows at first, and then a volleyball game and a movie (all in Thai, of course). Miyoung stayed ...