Rachdamnean Hotel

Address: 164 Rachdamnean 1 Rd., Tambol Maimuang, Amphur Muang, Kamphaeng Phet, 62000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 164 Rachdamnean 1 Rd., Tambol Maimuang, Amphur Muang, Kamphaeng Phet.
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Travel Blogs from Kamphaeng Phet

Nevermind Tours motorbiking Thailand blog 8

A travel blog entry by nevermind_tours on Sep 11, 2012

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... out the good old tiger balm and within 30 minutes I was right as rain and it did not rain all day!!

It was hot and sunny and I took my bike gloves off as my hands were so sweaty that the dye from the gloves was making my hands black. This wasn’t so good because now my hands are quite red from sunburn but it’s ok not too painful.

My plan in short was to get up to Chiang Mai taking it ...

Day 258: little paradise

A travel blog entry by ursburs on Mar 06, 2012

... serving as dining aereas. At night colourful lantern are lit, turning the garden into an even more mystical place. The town itself is nice too. Dirty, sleepy but charmingly beautiful and very safe. If you rent a bicycle, you don't even get a lock with it... and the population is even smilier and friendlier than the anyone I have met so far. The ruins of the Historical ...

Road trip

A travel blog entry by youloveit on Sep 21, 2010

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Leaving my travelling companion this morning, I took the bus two and a half hours south west to Kamphaeng Phet. Translated in English, the town's name means diamond wall which is a reference to the apparent strength of this formally walled city's protective barrier.

The ruins were not as impressive as the ones I had already seen in Ayutthaya but it was nevertheless a lot less touristy which made for a peaceful bicycle journey around ...

Heading back south...

A travel blog entry by annacarl on Dec 10, 2009

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Time to start our trip back south towards Bangkok. But in true Lawler fashion it is not to be a direct journey. Today we made our way to Kamphaeng Phet which is famous for more of those wat things. Luckily for those of us who have had enough of wats for another hundred lifetimes, this was apparently our last for the trip (I don't believe it). They all kinda blur into one big wat after a while, and it becomes hard to remember ...

Ancient thailand

A travel blog entry by timrob on Jun 05, 2009

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... thailand and some of the language.In fact they remeber more than me. Everyone can count to 100 in Thai.It is just coming into the rainy season in this part of Thailand, so it is quite muggy. We are heading noth again tomorrow and then hopping on a plane down to the islands.I cant belive we are here for almost 3 weeks already! Hope everyone is surviving the cold blast.Love Robbie Tim,Louis,Frankie and Gabe.

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