Sampran Riverside

Address: Km. 32 Pet Kasem Highway, Sam Phran, Nakhon Pathom Province, 73110 , Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Km. 32 Pet Kasem Highway, Sam Phran.
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    Travel Blogs from Sam Phran

    The Hungry Games

    A travel blog entry by pmacklin on Jul 12, 2015

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    ... evening. But today wasn't all just watching the Hunger Games. I did a fair bit of research into martial arts practitioners in the area, in an attempt to find some lessons whilst we're out here. But it seems as though there isn't a great deal going on in Ari again. If I want to learn Wing Chun I have to go to the other side of the city, Muay Thai is expensive, Tae Kwon Do doesn't even come up in my general searches and Aikido also seems to be miles away. ...

    Feasting on Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by pmacklin on Jul 11, 2015

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    ... Tiger was something like - "The Tiger born in September is intelligent but has a bad temper. He should not work with other people." The description for one went as far as to call them stupid. Apparently Rooster women born in April, May and June are usually unmarried. Sorry girls. After having been insulted by the Brahma Jati, we took our tour around Jim Thompson's house. Some of the things he had managed to collect were quite impressive including two stone statues of Buddha ...

    Cookies and Cream

    A travel blog entry by pmacklin on Jul 10, 2015

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    ... instruments. My Thai teacher did tell me what they were, but it was some Thai word, and if I've learnt anything about the Thai language so far it's that I cannot pronounce or spell it to save my life. Each child had two of the instruments and as their teacher called out different children shook different hands, the noise was spectacular. I asked if I could take a picture and ended up taking some videos too. It was a crazy experience. ...

    Bangkok part 2

    A travel blog entry by jhinthorne on Jun 19, 2015

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    ... with the quantity of people visiting. Most tourists out of the masses we assumed were Chinese and Japanese but we neither know either language so it remains an slightly-educated guess. We swam through the crowd like sardines keeping a close eye on each other and came out of the crowd down the street. Our original destination was Wat Pho with an incredible reclining Buddha statue about the length of half a football field but yet another "angel" man helped us by letting ...

    Good morning #Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by wanderlustyogi on Jan 30, 2015

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    ... in the pocket in front of his seat. I picked up my book and showed him I'm actually currently reading it and was seriously taken aback at the CRAZY COINCIDENCE! He was just as surprised and creeped out I shoukd say? As I was.. Well it turned out the lady in front of him accidentally sat in the wrong seat originally and left her book. Seriously though for those mere seconds that I was thinking about the coincidence of it all.. I almost couldn't really wrap my head ...

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