Ban Chiang

Address: 5 Mookmontri Rd, Udon Thani, 41000, Thailand | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 5 Mookmontri Rd, Udon Thani, is near Phra Thinang Wehart Chamrun, Tevaraj-Kanlai Gate, Phra Thinang Aisawan Thiphta-Art, and Phra Thinang Uthayan Phumisathian.
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    Travel Blogs from Udon Thani

    Smile... its Thai Smile Airline time...

    A travel blog entry by hbseasia2012 on Nov 29, 2014

    ... was suprised we were given a goody bag with a pastry and water, at no extra cost! Our budget airlines could learn a lot.

    We had a Peter Kay sound alike on the plan who was with an american chap, chatting for the entire hour about their wives in Udon Thank...oh boy, headphones....

    Udon Thani airport is tiney, but made it quick to get the baggage.


    Udon, Thailand to Vientiane, Laos

    A travel blog entry by hippofarmerqld on Nov 02, 2014

    11 photos

    ... Thailand, the border town we crossed at. Exiting Thailand and entering Laos took about 27 checkpoints, much stamping and US$31 over an hour. Back on another bus for the 20km trip to our first destination in Laos, the capital Vientiane. Our new guide, Mr Rang gave us a good briefing on what to expect in Laos. Sounded interesting. The motel tonight is a gem, Chanthapanya, rosewood everywhere. Stay tuned for some photos ...

    Tasty Thailand

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

    26 photos

    ... ladies at the table feasted on the most popular dish in all of Isaan; Som-Tom. This dish is served at almost ever meal and can be translated as “Papaya Salad”. It is made by mixing together shredded unripe papaya, tomatoes, lime juice, peanuts, and lots of hot chili peppers.

    There are many different variations made with different vegetables and some that contain noodles, cooked eggs and even sometimes meat or seafood. We were then ...

    Road trip part deux!

    A travel blog entry by andynemz on Jan 23, 2014

    12 photos

    ... including spinning tops that shot our lights and played 90's trance music! By this point the weirdness had crept to our stomachs and we craved lunch, we put it off by 15minutes with an amble along the promenade before we attacked the Vietnamese restaurant where we devoured spring rolls and “noodles with pig skin” all washed down with iced coffee.Once happy with our bellies, we started our next bit of the trip, 90 minutes later after ...

    I'm Thai-ing my best

    A travel blog entry by amayainthailand on Sep 13, 2013

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... they aren't pleasant words you want to mix up.
    The good news is I'm beginning to be able to form ****** little sentences that people can almost understand.
    The neat part about Thai is that there are no tense conjugations, everything is present tense so you can say "Yesterday I eat a delicious snack of sweet rice, condensed milk and fresh mango on top." (true story)

    Yesterday I eat: ...