The Royal Gems Golf Resort

170/148 Moo3 Salaya-Bangpasi Rd., A.Phuthamonthon , Nakhon Pathom, 73170 , Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 170/148 Moo3 Salaya-Bangpasi Rd., A.Phuthamonthon , Nakhon Pathom, is near Nakhon Pathom Floating Market.
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    Travel Blogs from Nakhon Pathom

    My mate Suwan. The maybe deaf artist.

    A travel blog entry by siobhan-mw.aus on May 29, 2014

    3 photos

    ... one of the worlds largest/tallest Buddhist monuments. Along with the pillars, temples and multiple statues of Buddha, in multiple poses, are small doors that lead entrance into a quiet and hidden part of the monument. I walked through the door, who wouldn't? The doors were all open, it would be rude to not accept such an invitation. I thought that the small doors would lead to another section of the monument. I thought it might be the ...

    Day 1 - Bangkok Beginnings

    A travel blog entry by mrush on Mar 04, 2014

    3 comments, 24 photos

    I arrived at 1 a.m. today, and despite booking and confirming an airport pickup, there was no one there to meet me. Shocking. After wasting too much time trying to connect to wi-fi to call them, I gave up and hopped in a cab. The 24 hours of flying really was not bad, but I had barely slept, so I could not get to bed fast enough.

    Waking up this morning was a little rough, but I woke up with a smile on my ...

    One night in Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by aarongrant on Jan 31, 2014

    6 photos

    ... in this area is rather bland, go figure. Apparently, with all the travellers in the area they don't need to work that hard to get people in, just cheap beer and cocktail signs. Anyway, after dinner we decided to head over to Khao San Road to get some after dinner drinks and maybe get some dancing in. While we never found any dancing, none we felt the need to join but we did have a good night of bar hopping including a tower of beer, a masseuse who snapped my ...

    Christmas and new year Thai style

    A travel blog entry by jonnyanddonna on Jan 09, 2014

    ... rise. The pressure difference is the reason you have to 'pop' your ears as you descend. The air in your sinuses becomes compressed and your ear drums feel the pressure difference, equalising your ears relieves the pressure difference. What I don't understand is why the air in your colon doesn't require equalising in the same way? Surely basic physics should tell us that we must **** as we descend in order to equalise our bottoms. ...

    No Train for you Mr. John

    A travel blog entry by lucifrost on Nov 20, 2013

    26 photos

    ... booked of the Bangkok 'floating markets'. The first stop was a market street set up on a train line. The train comes around 3 times everyday, for which they have to disassemble their stalls then reassemble them once the train has passed through. Sounds like a strange place to have a market! We walked all the way through it and saw such delicious sights as raw meat crawling with flies, women beheading fish left right and center, live seafood ...