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

    In Love & Wanderlust

    A travel blog entry by pmacklin on Sep 10, 2015

    5 photos

    ... True enough, I thought. Bit of a weird opening, but we went with it. We decided to take the BTS back, which was a half an hour walk from the building we were at. It was good to walk. It's usually too hot or too rainy to walk for long in Bangkok, but today we did it anyway, and just strolled for a bit. We stopped to grab some drinks (mine tasted exactly like Turkish Delight) and some sweets and then kept on going until the station. Walking with Becky is ...

    Medical emergency

    A travel blog entry by timeouttrip on Sep 10, 2015

    ... chap behind me I'd like to tilt mine back too so don't have your sodding knees in the back of my chair all flight so I can't" but unfortunately that conversation didn't happen! Anyway, I arrived safely at warrens house after a short taxi ride. A quick shower and change and we headed out for something to eat and a couple of beers. We then headed next door for a Thai massage which made me realise that perhaps a spot of exercise is in order and an early night. ...

    First day in BK ft. Teenage Mutant Ninja Lizards

    A travel blog entry by nofmal on Aug 19, 2015

    1 photo

    We chose a location in Bangkok that was next to Lumpini park, as we'd heard that this was one of the only planes in Bangkok that wasn't crazy and hectic, so it'd be good to spend some time there. We were only staying three days in Bangkok before leaving for Bali, so we planned on doing the main sights when we're back, and using these days to recover from jet lag. The first thing we noticed in the morning was the extreme heat ...


    A travel blog entry by gkberger on Jun 01, 2015

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... and spiders), clothing and massage services. We landed at a local bar (really just tables set up in the middle of the street with music playing) and played some card games for a few hours. At 0001 the music abruptly ends and the streets clear as police drive down the strip to enforce the 'no serving alcohol after midnight' law. On most nights, as soon as the police pass, everything returns to normal. However, being that ...

    Northern Thailand

    A travel blog entry by ludders on Jan 08, 2015

    5 comments, 15 photos

    ... backpacker areas, suburban areas on the outskirts and loads of others in between. One of the backpacker areas which is fairly well known is called Khao San Road, and I decided to head here to find a hostel. Khao San Road itself has a bit of a reputation for being a little crazy so I found a hostel a couple of roads away which was lovely and really relaxed; loads of cushions all around the place and true to Thai custom, a 'no shoes inside' rule. In my dorm I met some people who ...

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