Wiang Fa

Address: 13 Wianglakon Rd. T. Sbtuy, Lampang, 52100, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 13 Wianglakon Rd. T. Sbtuy, Lampang.
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Travel Blogs from Lampang

Living Like the Villagers

A travel blog entry by debbie.loop on Jan 20, 2015

33 photos

... remains. At that time the family can chose to keep the
bone or to throw it in the river. When asked why someone would throw it in the
river, the response was it allows the spirit to move on. It frees them from any
bondage. Also, some Buddhist believe that the one who died may return to the
family home 7 days following their death. So, it is not uncommon for family to
gather at this time in anticipation of their return.

I am amazed ...

Noddy and Bob's Thai hill-tribe adventure

A travel blog entry by woodywanderlust on Oct 04, 2014

115 photos

... ready to meet this Bob... ahh right, yes, you ARE my trekking guide. Let's get this started then! Bob proceeded to talk me through the itinerary for the next three days and what I am expected to bring with me and carry, etc... until I waited for a brief pause in which I could answer the burning question... "Where's the rest of the trekking group?" To which he replied... "What group? It's just you coming with me!" Ohhhhhhhhh, right. I see. Ok. That's cool... I suppose. If I ...

Bovine Bandits, Ancient Temples, and Jungle Living

A travel blog entry by margaretfielder on Jul 30, 2014

... vacation. Songkran is Thai New Year, and one of their most important festivals. It is highly water focused, revolves mainly around the act of cleansing one’s self and others for the coming year, and also entails paying respect to Buddha. And, lucky for us, Chiang Mai is considered the country-wide center of the action! The entire old-city section of the city, including the roads along both sides of the moat, completely shut down – traffic is at a crawl, ...

A cool day

A travel blog entry by joemilsom on Jul 27, 2014

1 comment, 65 photos

... on it and rode it through the jungle and river. The elephants were semi domesticated, they live in the mountain but have a chain as bell round their neck. I know the skin is hard but we were all going mad at the guy whipping it and shooting it with a slingshot. It probably didn't feel a thing but was still unpleasant to witness. The guys in the village were making us bamboo rafts which is how we get back to civilisation. They selected the 5 heaviest people, great I ...

Kill me now

A travel blog entry by joemilsom on Jul 26, 2014

58 photos

... be the most useful asset of all. We began, 9kms!!! Up a hill, over mountains back down it was horrific! The heat in the rainforest was ridiculous so everyone's clothes were dripping, we could actually ring them out it was that hot. It wasn't long before we realised that Harry was in a bad way, he has had knee problems for years so was really struggling. He trooped on though determined to make it, good for him! We stopped for a break in a small ...