Rim Tarn Inn
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Kids pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Rim Tarn Inn Nakorn Ratchasima
Travel Blogs from Nakorn Ratchasima
... priced place to move to in a couple of days.
I find a new hotel just on the edge of town which feels more like the middle of no where. There is a Buddhist complex across the rice fields and nothing much else around. Fortunately there is a Tesco and a large shopping complex within walking distance so I'm able to stock up on some western food to tide me over in the evenings.
I venture out to Phimai ...
... the most, so when our guide got a call that someone spotted one on the road, I was overwhelmed with excitement. We drove for over half an hour with no sign of elephants anywhere. I was beginning to lose hope as we turned around to make one more loop. Suddenly, we pulled off to the side of the rode, and our guide told us to quietly follow him into the jungle brush on the side of the road. We followed him about 10 yards, and then ...
... I will give you a quick summary just in case you don't feel like venturing that far.
Songkran is an age old festival, which, as I have said before, marks the end of Thailand's horrifically oppressive dry season and the beginning of the relieving, but still hot, rainy season. It also marks Buddhist New Years days, which are celebrated on April 13th to 15th every year. Apart from the water fight, which is by far the coolest and most fun part of the celebration in my ...
... screens of our cameras, these copies strangely resembling the Bangkok road maps being currently sold in one of Khao San's neighborhood 7-11's. The first phase of our departure seems to be going pretty smoothly. Although the traffic is backed up on most stretches, our bicycles easily maneuver between the cars, buses and motorcycles simultaneously leaving the city. The intensity is picking up too. What a thrill! We feel like kings of the road. Is there any ...
... some materials in a pick up truck in town for Tony & Gaye's new home. It was only a 30 minute trip. From there we preceded further north in central Thailand up to the Phimai Historical Park. It is one of the most important Khmer temples in Thailand. In recent years, a lot of restoration has been done on the old temple. I can only imagine how it must of looked when it was first built hundreds of years ago. Then our evening was spent in ...