Muaklek Valley And Country Club

207 Moo 5, T. Mittapap, A. Muaklek, Sara Buri, Thailand | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Sara Buri

First day in Ayutthaya

A travel blog entry by chantalgratton

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... surprisingly very gifted with directions in Asia) advice. We got back to the hotel and relaxed for a little longer. The owner (a very nice little old lady - probably in her 80s or at least late 70s- who, however, was extremely opinionated) had some kittens in a cage which she allowed us to play with. We had been upset that she kept the four cats in a cage, instead of letting them wonder around however while we were playing with them she explained that they had ...

Another day, another bike & ruins to visit

A travel blog entry by mrandmrsmexico

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... Ayutthaya was the 2nd major kingdom (& city) of Thailand after Sukhothai and is believed to have been in existence from 1351 to 1767. During this time it's size as a kingdom fluctuated depending on the other nations & lands it conquered & retained under its control, for it was never an outright ruler & depended on a system of tributes and allegiances which were easily lost. It had a healthy trade with many nations, including China & Europe. ...

Sleeper train - Bangkok to Nong Khai

A travel blog entry by blay94

... to climb up into the Thai sized bunk. When first lying on the bed I felt like I was going to fall off because the train was so bumpy and jolty, but after while I actually started to get used to it and it wasn't all bad. You even get a curtain so that no one can see in on you! It was a 12 hour journey where i didn't get much sleep as the train stopped practically every 10 minutes to let more people on and chatty ...

Oh My Buddha. ....the City of Gorgeousness

A travel blog entry by vagabondtour

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... a mini bus to Ayutthaya which was a couple of hours away.

Ayutthaya is another UNESCO world heritage site that was founded in 1350 and was the second capital of Siam. It became one of the worlds largest and busiest urban cities. It was surrounded by 3 rivers that connected it to the sea. It was eventually attacked and destroyed by the Burmese army in 1767 and the inhabitants were forced to leave the city. The old city was never rebuilt and now is ...

Drunk Better I Do

A travel blog entry by icontact

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... and sweet/spicy hot sauce. The important things I learned while there were: No shoes or sandals in the store fit me – everything was size 43 or smaller (English sizes?) and I think I need a size 50 (I wear size 13 in the U.S.). Oh, and Thais love fish oil to cook with, as evidenced by an entire half-aisle lined with nothing but fish oil bottles in the store. Lobsters were tiny and were probably the size of normal ones we see in America. ...

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