Sarah Guest House

Address: 1 Ratchadamnoen Nork Rd., Wat Sommanat, Pom Prap Sattru Pai, Bangkok 10100, Chiang Mai, 50100, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Santa Maria Novella area of Chiang Mai, is near The National Museum Bangkok, Phra Athit Road, National Gallery, and Dusit Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai

      On the road again ...

      A travel blog entry by steve_m on Feb 08, 2015

      Jai and myself are on the move about 04:30 getting breakfast ready for us all.
      There is a little trickle of water coming from the taps so Jai decides to do her best to give the garde a drink whilst I cook.
      We leave Khamnadie just after 06:00 and make our first stop a few hours later at Chaephum for a coffee. The hills start about here so we also change driver with everyone changing seats at the same time.
      The roads are very quiet ...

      Day two with Bruno and family

      A travel blog entry by stevepaine on Oct 24, 2014

      2 comments, 3 photos

      ... now 8pm. We haven't a clue where we are!! Now it is 10pm, we are just entering the South Bangkok Bus Station, it is hammering with rain. We find a taxi, he wants 300 baht after we explain where we want to go. This was not easy, but finally got some smiles after showing the room key card with a nice map on the back. Home in the hotel by 10.45! What a day, lets reflect on it tomorrow and have a more considered opinion on the trips plusses and ...

      Fun in Bangkok

      A travel blog entry by markjoy on Aug 12, 2014

      32 photos

      ... A short moment but so much fun so see and experience this! Check out the movie I posted between the photo's.

      From here we took a open minitruck to the Amphawa floating market, not really a traditional floating market there but a lovely touristic, very touristic, place. A round trip per boat for small money, 50 bath, a beer in de hand and visiting some temples. After sunset we took the minivan ( last leaves at 20:30) back to Bangkok Victoria monument. A perfect ...

      Thailand, A Land of Smiles and Coups

      A travel blog entry by lswers on Jun 13, 2014

      1 comment, 20 photos

      ... top, the subway. It is massive and unlike any city design I've ever seen. Malls are where people not only shop but go to hang out. They are enormous. I wonder if this is the same awe that tourists feel when they visit NYC.

      On my stroll I came across an overwhelming smell of incense and strange music, only to find people praying to some shrine- right outside in the middle of the city, with the subways speeding by above. What's hard about being alone is that ...

      Thailand

      A travel blog entry by rangjill on May 15, 2014

      5 comments, 37 photos

      ... quite common in many Asian countries. It makes you think about the expensive sunscreen containing chemicals that we put on our faces to protect against the sun. After sleeping off our jet lag, we found a nice tuk tuk driver to take us to a few temples. After seeing a giant statue of Buddha and a few temples, we realized that temples are just as ubiquitous in Thailand as Chang beer and spicy food. Many people even have miniature temples outside their homes for prayer ...