Sanguanthai Hotel

Address: 6/9 Taksin Road, Tak, 63000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 6/9 Taksin Road, Tak.
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Travel Blogs from Tak

Visa run, anrgy birds, dreaming root

A travel blog entry by felixchandler on May 23, 2013

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passing back through Mae Sot, it looked like a fair hole... (although I knew it probably had a lot to it..) - went to bus station ... looked at the map.. having another should i go to X or Y, what am I doing in life again few minutes... looking at various locations on the map as if I could gather adequate information from the map about each place to decide which was better'...
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Welcome to Tak!

A travel blog entry by yearinthailand on Aug 29, 2010

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We waited in the bus station in Bangkok for a couple of hours and slowly our numbers started to dwindle as more people got up, hugged, sed their goodbyes and went to their projects. We were the last to go and as we got on our bus it really started to sink in that we were really going. I'd made it all the way to Bangkok but on this bus there was no turning back, it was taking me straight to Tak. It wasn't the easiest journey i've ever made but it was ok, I was more ...

Welcome back to Oni's travel stories.......

A travel blog entry by oniburger on Jul 29, 2009

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A few days in, my initial culture, heat, sensory and emotional shock were subsiding and I couldn’t stop smiling, I was back in the country that I love so much, and am truly ecstatic to be back. My focus is reappearing and my mushy brain affected by the heat was thinking clearer again. I had my meeting with the Thai Burma Border Consortium (TBBC), the main aid organisation that works on the Thai-Burmese border. The meeting went brilliantly well, and ...

Two Nights In Bangkok & The Worlds NOT Your Oyster

A travel blog entry by stonecutter on Oct 31, 2008

... then. We found three chairs, an empty space on the floor and set up camp. After countless numbers of well deserved dirty looks, 2 bags of chips, 3 chocolate candy bars (eaten mostly by Emma) and 4 hours later, we got on a comfortable bus and headed to Tak. Let me tell you about Tak for just a second: it's a city that has a 7eleven. That's it. That is all I have to say about Tak. Not a single Thai person we've met even knows what Tak is! Why fate brought us there I have no idea but ...

Have car, will travel .. to Tak

A travel blog entry by lisa_nz on May 14, 2008

... until we got to the Thai-Myanmar border. We wandered through the border markets and chatted to some black market Burmese traders standing on the other side of the wall trying to sell us cigarettes. (They didn't succeed!). We were tempted to cross the border for the sake of it, but it was too hot, and we couldn't be bothered with the paperwork and $10 payment. We headed back to Tak and had a quiet night in ...