Siam Triangle Hotel
Travel Blogs from Chiang Saen
Réveil à 6h15. Petit déjeuner à l'hôtel.
A 7h20, un taxi nous amène au Bus station (dans la zone du Night bazaar - Ligne 6 direction Chiang Saen). Le bus date probablement des années 50 et n'a sans doute pas été révisé depuis des lustres, mais nous avons décidé de vivre cette aventure jusqu'au bout et nous montons dedans! 1h30 de trajet, les …
... on the other side of the immigration building, encountered my next surprise. To make it accross the bridge and into Laos, I would have to take a bus which would cost me 25 baht plus extra per piece of luggage! Frustrated about the whole situation by now I explained to the lady selling the tickets that I didn't have enough baht left, and I think she must have taken pity on me, because she let me go with only buying the 25 baht ticket, thereby ignoring the ...
... The people at this one were obviously used to it, but it is always a little strange. We returned to the boat to a delicious meal for lunch and then the afternoon flew by. We were at Pakbeng an hour early and had time to check into our hotel before we went our with our guide to the market so he could show us local veg and meat a and give us an idea about the cost of things. He then took us to a restaurant for dinner. We had more ...
... the steering wheel( so compact that the handles were screwed in to place just before we left), rows of car seats opposite each other above which the roof slid back, down steps to more car seats arranged around tables. Further back,drinks then toilets leading back in to the family's living quarters. Captain wearing fluffy slippers with a teddy bear on the front! Sailed past where we stayed last night and then under the ...
On the way we stopped for a beer and coke break and a bit later at the White Temple in Chiang Rai.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service