Kim Hotel

Address: 168 Boonyaward Rd., T. Suandorg Muang, Lampang, 52000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 168 Boonyaward Rd., T. Suandorg Muang, Lampang, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Lampang

Visit to Lampang

A travel blog entry by debbie.loop on Jan 11, 2014

3 comments, 18 photos

... was very familiar with. I had thin rice noodles and a big pork ball in a soup broth. It was very good and very filling. I am definitely struggling to maintain my weight on this trip. After lunch we stopped at the oldest and the most famous temple in Lampang. Like all of the temples in Thailand this one was beautiful. I will remember this temple because it was the first time that I ever saw a Jedi reflection through a small hole in the Ordination Hall. There was a ...

My jungle experience with Pang Boon Me

A travel blog entry by clairicimo on Oct 13, 2013

7 photos

... To us, we thought that this was cruel and that they were hurting the elephants. As time went on we realized that the mahouts at this sanctuary had a deep connection with their elephants and that, while the hooks were used to control the elephants, they were used as humanely as possible and rarely actually hurt the elephants because of their thick skins. We also came to the understanding that in this culture elephants have been used for centuries to ease workloads and they ...

The Day We Became Elephant Keepers

A travel blog entry by stephanddave on Sep 06, 2013

5 comments, 32 photos

... We later found out that elephants can eat up to a whopping 200kgs a day. With a spot found, our elephants were separated to avoid fighting and also chained up to a tree for the night. It was a little sad to see this, however the chain was really long so they could roam a huge radius and eat to their heart's content. We also found out that it also prevented them from getting up to too much mischief in the night, fighting with the herd as well as preventing themselves any injuries ...


A travel blog entry by superdeluxe on Jun 05, 2013

12 photos

I was excited to finally get a chance to see elephants up close. We jumped in our transportation and we were off. We arrived at an elephant rehabilitation facility (Friends of the Asian elephants foundation).This is where 2 Thailand's most famous elephants live. Both o them lost part of their legs due to landlines while made to do illegal logging across the border. They both fought so had to live and where helped out by donations from thousands to help rehab ...

Songkran Fun

A travel blog entry by jarinne on Apr 12, 2013

4 photos

... against an ancient tree on the grounds, put water in a bucket and then haul it up through a rope-pulley system to dump on the temple, take a bucket of sand and dump it on the temple grounds, to name a few. We participated in the first two, while Aow and Sam explained to us the proper temple and praying etiquette and system and the meanings of the surrounding artifacts and statues.

On the way to their house we visited the cute house that James’s ...

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