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, Phra Thinang Aisawan Thiphta-Art, Tevaraj-Kanlai Gate, and Phra Thinang Uthayan Phumisathian.
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    Travel Blogs from Udon Thani

    Udon, Thailand to Vientiane, Laos

    A travel blog entry by hippofarmerqld on Nov 02, 2014

    11 photos

    ... some tax/import issue. We removed our SPD pedals and some even bring their own saddles, GPS/computers etc. We did this at a wayside/market area and were immediately an attraction for the local kids and adults. This area specialised in dried fish and lotus flowers. We also farewelled our head guide, Buoen and the three drivers and a new crew except one, Rong, joined us on the Laos side. It was very sad to see Buoen go ...

    American Geography and Thai Silk

    A travel blog entry by scott.ptolemy on Feb 24, 2014

    23 photos

    ... Western toilet, toilet paper, a real bed, and the best of all…air conditioning! We continue to love the simplest of pleasures.

    On Sunday morning, we went to Nong Khai, which is a town an hour north of Udon Thoni on the Mekong River and Laos border. We went to an aquarium that was full of fish native to Thailand that came both from the sea and the river. One such fish in the aquarium just happens to be the species ...

    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 ...

    Watt shall we look at?

    A travel blog entry by amayainthailand on Sep 30, 2013

    2 comments, 16 photos

    ... rule I'll have a chocolate moon pie, some fried chicken and a box of milk.

    We take off our shoes as a sign of respect and the monks in a spectrum of orange, silently file by as their alms bowls are filled. Bright orange is for young men, while deep rust is used for the older generation. The female monks are called nuns, they wear white and also have shaved heads.

    It's a really cool ...


    A travel blog entry by amayainthailand on Aug 09, 2013

    4 photos

    ... and BBQ pork. For lunch my host dad takes his nephew and I to eat at an open street stall/ restaurant that are very popular here. We both get big flat noodles in a thick broth with pork and dark greens, I add some chilli pepper that sits in a small jar on the table along with other condiments. It's different here; there is sugar on the table instead of salt for main dishes, but fruit is served with salt and chilli. We also eat with a spoon and fork, no knives. Want to spread? Use a ...