Sawasdipong Hotel

56/2-5 Singhawat Rd., Sukhothai, 64000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 56/2-5 Singhawat Rd., Sukhothai.
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    Travel Blogs from Sukhothai

    Time on our hands or not

    A travel blog entry by agbucks on Sep 25, 2014

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    ... Until 1932 Thailand had an absolute monarchy and it would appear that the Royal family are still revered by many Thais in the same ‘God’ like way that perhaps the Japanese Emperor also once was. In any case because it is not an issue that is feely discussed and because a foreigner should avoid posing such difficult questions, the true feelings of the majority of Thais towards their Royal family remain unknown.

    *This is a hard fact for SG ...

    7 hour journey and the meeting of the Thai Jay-Z

    A travel blog entry by ladyboy-dodger on May 09, 2014

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    ... I'm sorry). Our new found friend Neal offered to help us at the local bus station to make sure we got it right. He also went with us to get the tickets as he would be able to get the best local price and would save us for being overcharged as we were quite clearly westerners. This guy was so nice we did all wonder if he was trying to rip us off, but we got on well with him so much that we thought he wouldn't. Plus he was only little and the loss wasn't going to be too ...

    Trang to Bangkok and onto Sukhothai

    A travel blog entry by willandamy on Feb 23, 2014

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    ... as others. There are lots of ponds and places to sit and chill, which we did a lot. Whilst walking in one Will said watch out for the snake, I thought he was joking until it came right past my foot, luckily it didn't bite me. We stayed there to watch the sunset behind the biggest and most impressive temple complex. It was an impressive sunset and a good job too because it meant that we missed the last bus back (30 baht) and had to take a tuk tuk (200 baht). It was worth it ...

    Thailand - Sukothai - old capital Dec 15-16

    A travel blog entry by gandntrips on Dec 15, 2013

    ... ve gone on a couple of wild goose chases using something called a "bypass'. We assumed that it would take us around the business section of the towns we were going through ... but ... they either take us out into the boondocks on dirt roads or lost in a warren of little city streets without any street signs. The GPS was pretty useless in these places. I loved it because we saw a lot of Thailand that wasn't available to most foreigners. But it was pretty ******* Alan. We ...

    Riding bicycles at Sukhothai Historical Park

    A travel blog entry by smeelog on Dec 01, 2013

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    ... the back rack where they've added a second seat. The massive group of school children, who descended on the park moments after our arrival, had no trouble riding two (or even three) to a bicycle -- often with the passenger shading both with an umbrella. Thankfully, despite the obvious popularity of the park, it's quite expansive, so quite easy to find some ...