Mun Nork Island Resort

1349/2 Chareon Nakorn Road, Bangkok, 10600, Thailand | Resort
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A travel blog entry by daniellefortson on Sep 03, 2014

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... before (nothing to worry about mother dearest, he made it sound like that happens all the time) and would be open on the weekend. He also then informed us that the 5th was actually a Buddhist holiday, so visiting lots of the temples was free. He then immediately summoned a tuk tuk for us to take us to the Lucky Buddha and then on to The Thai Factory (tailor made suits) as a Buddhist holiday also means you don't pay tax on top of your purchases. Originally I ...

Follow Me Bike Tour: Siam Boran

A travel blog entry by jw.jm.travel on Aug 11, 2014

... VI. A local elderly Thai gentleman came up to us and began telling us the history of the park as we stood in front of the statue. This perk was originally on Royal grounds but King Rama VI gave the grounds to Bangkok to create a park for the people. This is how Bangkok began to grow. The various Kings game royal land to Bangkok to expand. Next up was the follow me bike tour. We met the tour in a small guesthouse in the back alley. This is where we met our guide Marisa ...

Taking a Little Break

A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on Apr 14, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... Bangkok on foot is rather exhausting. I needed a break, and it was a lovely peaceful day and I wasn't the only person taking a break in the park today. Some Thais were clearly on the same page. So I might leave Bangkok tomorrow morning without having seen all its sights, but I do feel like I've seen what life in this city is really like, and somehow, that feels more satisfying than crossing various tourist attractions off a list. There might be a real traveller in me ...

Do you want me to stop the car?

A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on Mar 10, 2014

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... feet flat on the floor without crushing their kneecaps on the seat in front of them. It was a long ride.

Before we left we had asked several of the bus organisers if we could be dropped off near a metro-station. The destination was Khao San Road, the tourist hub, but half of us had elected to avoid that area and the metro is an easy way to access everywhere but Khao San which lies in rail dead zone. Each time we asked we were assured it ...

River bus

A travel blog entry by jandjsgrandtour on Feb 11, 2014

2 comments, 17 photos

... like this. The driver approaches at some speed and nudges the peer under the directions from the crewman at the back by way of a of series of loud whistles. The crewman loops a rope over a bollard on the dock. The engine roars with a massive reverse thrust as the driver swings the nose of the boat out forcing the tail in and the passengers exit and enter at speed via the rear of the boat. Not too bad if they get the timing right ...