Bang Saen Resort Hotel

55-150 Bang Saen Beach, Saen Suk, Chonburi Province, 20130, Thailand | Resort
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This resort is located on 55-150 Bang Saen Beach, Saen Suk.
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Travel Blogs from Saen Suk

Bangkok day 2

A travel blog entry by kiethetree on Sep 23, 2014

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Woke up at 1pm like divs, the jet lag is here.also figured out we get more time in Thailand if we go north up to Laos and wrk our way clock wise through Vietnam, Cambodia and finally back to Bangkok to give us a fresh 4 week visa to travel southern Thailand where all the beaches are. Finally getting Rj to venture up the ...

Out & Aboot in Bangkok day 1

A travel blog entry by kiethetree on Sep 22, 2014

Woke up at half 11, good nites sleep sorted out shuttle to Siem Reap on Wednesday so wnt see Thailand for another month : ( but i digress we have just got back from our trip to a huge shopping mall called mega bangna. It pees all over white rose its pool time for a ...

Naughty Bangkok

A travel blog entry by kiethetree on Sep 21, 2014

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Landed in Bangkok at 7pm, didn't take long to get through immigration an then to the taxi rank outside. Took 5 minutes to get here, in all fairness they aint scared of putting there feet down ha.the hotel is lovely for the price. Travel lodge take note. The room is cool and the bathroom has windows as partitions instead of walls. Kinky lil thai folk. Badly need some sleep now so am ...


A travel blog entry by amyloishall on Sep 16, 2014

Wake up and get a taxi to mbk shopping centre, get loads f naked pallets and a mulberry clutch, have sushi and go to another shopping market, come back and go shopping ok Khoa San road, then get a massage go back pack our bags for the last time then watch film bone collector in ...

Epilogue: One Day in Bangkok

A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Aug 28, 2014

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... it's very difficult for taxis to get to John's place, it's almost as far to walk to the bus station as it is to catch a taxi. Also I had a 20 euro note with the intention of changing that to Baht in Thailand, plus some coin for bus fare, and a taxi would have meant I had to go back to the ATM - so it was easier to just catch the bus. John kindly helped me carry my luggage, specifically the enormous motorcycle bag that contained the tent, sleeping bag, Trangia and all my ...