Rain Forest Resort

Address: 42 Mu 9 Kangsopa, Wangthong, Phitsanulok, 65220, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 42 Mu 9 Kangsopa, Wangthong, Phitsanulok, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Phitsanulok

    On the road again

    A travel blog entry by steve_m on Nov 08, 2014

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    ... pass by Lamphun without stopping and the bus has no problems climbing te hills to reach Lampang in good time. Continuing through Denchai and Uttaradit it doesnt seem to be too long before we are making our break near Phitsanulok. Drive on past the IndoChina junction where I notice that the furthest place named is Kunming, China, at 1469km. Very glad we are not going there on this bus tonight !!
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    Road trip!

    A travel blog entry by hayse-eurotrip on Jun 06, 2014

    8 photos

    ... details.
    Out for a wander thru the royal fish project, the crocodile farm and Bung Si Fai park.
    Toured around town, then out to the Little Red Car for dinner, followed by a street stall for dessert.

    Up early the next for an interesting breakfast, from the well meaning staff.
    Off again to Sukhothai historical ruins, then stopped at ...

    Sappraiwan Elephant Sanctuary

    A travel blog entry by oliviasgapyear on Feb 15, 2014

    2 comments, 43 photos

    ... checks. A normal standing pulse is 25-35 times per minute, and a normal sitting pulse is 70-90 times per minute (I'm not sure why it's higher when they are sitting). We learned how to measure the height by wrapping a measuring tape around the elephant's foot and multiplying that measurement by 2. We could also estimate weight by sticking the height into an equation. One of the older mahouts showed us how to make a fire with just bamboo, and no matches or lighter. First, he cut ...

    Ruins On Wheels

    A travel blog entry by vagabond66 on Nov 30, 2013

    9 photos

    ... of Phitsanulok because of it's proximity to the ruins of Sukhothai. Once the capital of Thailand, the ruins are now a Unesco World Heritage Site, and some of the coolest ruins to see in the whole country. So the next day, we hopped on a bus and after an hour we were at the ruins. HOT. It must have been 90 degrees, humid and very little shade to speak of! Thankfully, because the ruins are so spread out (they're actually divided into 3 zones, Central, West and North) the ...

    Rice, Sapphires, Solar Cell Power, and Rats

    A travel blog entry by fulkss on Feb 03, 2013

    12 photos

    ... region trap the huge rats, smoke them, and eat or sell. We stopped at a stand to view and purchase a kilo of smoked rats as an option for lunch. The farmers also capture the cobras for food.

    Sapphires used to be mined in this region and piles of rock remain. We passed tapioca drying and fields full of solar power collectors/cells. We stopped at a fruit ...