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The following real estate sites may help you out — just click on the logos.
There are others, but the above are amongst the better where Udon Thani is concerned.
One of the better cautions I have read dealing with potential pitfalls of buying a home in Udon Thani is here:
The listings available for viewing online are a tiny fraction of the homes available for sale in the area. Try not to let a sales person give you the impression that he or she lists all the property worth buying. Many people and companies would much rather sell their homes themselves rather than letting a real estate firm take a cut of the sales price. There is nothing in the way of multiple listings in Thailand.
Just proceed with prudence.
houses for sale in udonthani thailand
“Chiang Mai and Pai, Thailand” Texmarq’s photos around Chiang Mai, Thailand
Uploaded by TripAdvisorTRIPWOW4 on Feb 24, 2011
A TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow of a travel blog to Chiang Mai, Thailand by TravelPod blogger Texmarq titled “Chiang Mai and Pai, Thailand”
Texmarq’s travel blog entry:
“I decided one day in Vientiane was enough and thought I would see if northern Thailand was more interesting.
I caught the local bus to the Friendship Bridge which is where the border crossing is between Laos and Thailand. After a few minutes of stamping papers it was a short bus ride over the bridge to the Thai border checkpoint. Again a bunch of stamping things and I was officially back in Thailand.
I walked from the immigration area into the middle of Nong Khai the town there on the border. It was a long walk and a warm day but who can’t use a little exercise once in awhile. I needed to catch a bus from Nong Khai to the town of Udon Thani where I could catch the direct bus all the way to Chiang Mai in northern Thailand.
When I found the bus station there was a bus leaving in 15 minutes for Udon Thani so I bought a ticket and was on my way. An hour later I arrived in Udon Thani unfortunately at a bus station miles from anything. Being tired after my long walk in Nong Khai I decided to just hang around the station until my 6:30 bus for Chiang Mai departed.
I thought it would be a long and terribly boring 3.5 hours waiting for the bus. I was wrong. It wasn’t long before a man rode up on a bicycle and asked how long it took the bus to get to Chiang Rai. He spoke English with a funny ascent and looked like a cross between Ernest and Billy Bob Thorton. They told him about 12 or 13 hours and he grumbled about it taking so long. He then asked about the bus to Chiang Mai and what that cost and they told him which caused him again to complain. At this point a couple of Thai men started laughing which set this guy off. He made some comment about Vietnam and dropping bombs on people. I looked over at the lady selling tickets and rolled my eyes and she smiled.
Turns out this guy was from New York and had been cycling around Thailand for the last 3 years. After awhile he settled down and got into a long conversation with the guy who claimed to own the bus company about the problems the government is having with rebels near the Malaysian border. Eventually I got involved and must say I enjoyed my conversation with the Thai man more than the goofy New Yorker.
Finally the time came and I drew the short straw and got the front seat which meant very little leg room. I had a very pleasant young man from Holland to sit next to that helped pass the time. The poor guy said he was having stomach problems which eventually caught up with him during the night. We arrived in Chiang Mai about 7am.
The Dutch guy and I shared a tuk-tuk ride into the city. The tuk-tuk driver took me to 3 different guest houses only to find them full. I told him to drop me off and I would find one on my own. It was the hardest time finding a room I have had on the whole trip. After over an hour of trudging around I finally found a room at the Rose guest house. It wasn’t the nicest I have had but it would do the job. The guy running the place was from Minnesota which made it more interesting. He felt there really was not much to see in Chiang Mai and that the best thing to do was rent a motorcycle and go out into the countryside. This where the motorcycle idea was born.
I spent the day wandering around the day market and walked out to a shopping center on the edge of the old city. I did find a supermarket in the shopping center and bought a quart of chocolate chip ice cream. During the evening I went to see the famed Night Market that I had heard so much about. I was not impressed. It seemed to be the same goods over and over again. I thought I would stay one more day in Chiang Mai before going on to Pai a small town northwest of Chiang Mai.
The next morning I went out to use the internet and found everything still closed at8:30 which I thought rather lazy on their part. After walking around some to find something to eat I decided to hell with Chiang Mai I would go ahead and leave this morning for Pai.
Read and see more at: http://www.travelpod.com/travel-blog-entries/texmarq/se_asia_2004/1102409460/…
Photos from this trip:
1. “Artwork in temple outside Pai”
2. “Bugs for sale in Chiang Mai market”
3. “Chiang Mai strteet”
4. “Chiang Mai temple”
5. “Cooking eggs in the hot springs outside Pai”
6. “Elephant traffic outside Pai”
7. “Ladies selling handicrafts in the mountains”
8. “Moat around old city Chiang Mai, Thailand”
9. “Mountains outside Pai”
10. “My home in Pai, Thailand”
11. “My trusty Honda Dream”
12. “Rose Guest House Chiang Mai, Thailand”
13. “The big cave outside Pai”
14. “View from inside cave outside Pai”
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