TD Place & Mansion

88 M 6 Wat cha law, Nonthaburi, 11130, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 88 M 6 Wat cha law, Nonthaburi, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Nonthaburi

Changing continents

A travel blog entry by lanen on Mar 02, 2014

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... effect.

On the kerb every 200 m or so a small shelter made of camouflage-webbing protects a handful of military surveillance personnel from the sun. Though they are mainly playing cards, they are alert and can intervene promptly to stop troubles from spreading. And they wear fire-arms, not just clubs!

The power-system is, well, unorthodox: hundreds of wires, some with symbolic insulation, are fixed to every pole throughout town. See picture. As ...

Thai-riffic Times

A travel blog entry by sarzmc on Jan 25, 2014

126 photos

... recommended several good places to eat. We found one of them, which had half a dozen tables on the footpath and was doing a roaring trade. We had a chicken massaman dish that was very tasty, a beef green curry and some cool drinks, the latter being particularly welcome as the day was quite warm and humid.

Refreshed, we crossed the road to Fort Sumen, a white star-shaped fort to hold artillery that is unfortunately closed to the public. We wandered through nearby ...

Bangkok/ Koh Phangan

A travel blog entry by abiandkatie on Jan 17, 2014

1 comment, 2 photos

Hi guysssss First of all we apologise for not updating this as often as we should, but hopefully we will start updating it more! After Dubai we flew into Bangkok on the 13th and stayed in a hotel for one night. We spent this time trying to decide which pair of baggy Thai trousers we wanted to buy, which Katie got very enthusiastic about. We practically spent most of our time walking around the markets and then took a tuk ...

Sawaidee from Bangkok

A travel blog entry by aarkventure on Dec 25, 2013

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... to find a good bargain or two, before escaping the crowds and the heat by heading to another shopping mall.

That evening, we decided to go back through the protestors to Khaoson Road for dinner. On the way there, one of the main roads was cordoned off. We assumed that it was to do with the protests, but were delighted to find out that the King was about to drive past. So we got to see the King and Queen of Thailand, that we had heard so much about!

The ...

Bangkok - Day 1 (Mid-day)

A travel blog entry by literaryluv on Nov 18, 2013

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... set up where you can seemingly sit in someone's home and eat a delicious meal for less than a dollar. I wandered for 2 hours with no clear direction and just walked down any alleyway that drew me. People always watched me as I passed (I am clearly a tourist here - there is no way around that) and always returned my smiles with equally warm ones. It seems customary to smile and bow your head as a sign of respect and I have been doing that with good responses. After a few hours ...