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 ...

Two Nights In Bangkok & The Worlds NOT Your Oyster

A travel blog entry by stonecutter on Oct 31, 2008

... the other love of her life, cake. And I, my dear friends, am Mono. I need not explain this nickname to anyone with an ounce of intelligence, but alas WE ARE THE SUPER FRIENDS. What's that? You think it's "corny" do you? Well... yeah. You're right, but **** you. So, in our two nights in Bangkok, the world was still refusing to be our oyster, which prompted a quick move. We left our hotel early in order to catch the quickest bus to Pai, a hippy mecca in northern Thailand. Its ...

The journey begins

A travel blog entry by mja1906 on Jun 19, 2008

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... following community based sustainable development projects - A local youth tour guide training program - Income generation for hilltribe families via homestays and handicrafts - Recruiting foreign volunteers for hilltribe schools Our sustainable tourism venture (which we have yet to find a name for) offers homestays and guided trips around Mae Hong Son. 'We' are about many things. 'We' are about paying a fair price ...

A Taste of Burma

A travel blog entry by manisha on Jan 28, 2007

... of a flavour for what Burma could be like with South Asian, Chinese, Thai and Burmese faces all featuring in the crowd. We had delicious roti and curry at a tea shop opposite the mosque, as the evening call to prayer sounded across the town. I would have liked to stay longer, but we left the next morning for Chiang Mai, as Pete had decided that Mae Sot was an unsuitable place for a young lady to be. We were rather ...