SaiFaa Kitchen & Guesthouse

Address: 36/4 Liap Chai Fang Road, Rayong, 21000 , Thailand | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 36/4 Liap Chai Fang Road, Rayong, is near Opium Museum, Koh Samet, Laem Mae Phim beach, and The Food Market....
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      Travel Blogs from Rayong

      Waiting for Bryan

      A travel blog entry by offonourown2 on Oct 13, 2014

      4 comments, 29 photos

      ... I checked into the nicer room further down the village and felt much happier there. I felt a bit mean as the chap who runs the first place was so sweet. His guesthouse is attached to his shop so as consolation I felt obliged to buy a couple of things from his shop (sshh - don't tell Bryan)

      However, my new room felt much cleaner even though the first room hadn't been dirty. Just brighter and fresher I suppose. And big bonus it is 100 yards closer to the beach so it will ...

      Koh Samui

      A travel blog entry by lyoninthewild on Sep 26, 2012

      6 photos

      ... of chilled beach days in Samui - we had heard it was paradise but really compared to other places we had been it was very commercialised and the beach wasn't the best. We got done over once again by the mistake of thinking you are not catching the sun when it's overcast - I ended up looking like an actual burns victim! Still in pain 4 days later!

      One night we headed to a beach bar called Ark - its got a million sun loungers and loads of tables ...

      A Clean Getaway

      A travel blog entry by gappieee on Dec 12, 2011

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... national park, this is the island’s main strip, with many bungalows, restaurants, market stalls and food vendors all jostling for your custom. As the sun sets, the beach is entirely taken over by restaurants setting up their furniture on the sand, so tourists can eat their dinner right by the water. What is left of the strip of sand is taken over by the evening’s entertainment, which includes fire shows, singers, dancers and the release of paper lanterns. Ever the ...

      W strone morza

      A travel blog entry by izusek on Dec 01, 2011

      7 photos

      ... drugiej stronie ale chcial od razu 2700THB. Nie zogdizlsimy sie na to nalegal ale powiedzielismy ze dopoki nie zobaczaymy taksowki niczego nie placimy. Domyslelismy sie ze nasz taksowkaz mosial odebrac swoja dole za polecenie nas i dlatego chueli od razu kase rzeby ja rozliczyc miedzy soba.
      Poszlismy podbijac paszporty i wypisywac vizy. Upal byl niemilosierny tak jak dluga kolejka bialych (glownie) ludzi. Calosc zajelo nam kolo dwoch godzin. Po dotarciu do nasej taksowki ktora ...

      Risking life and limb getting to Koh Samet!

      A travel blog entry by jamesandjodi on May 08, 2011

      29 photos

      ... pleased to be back on dry land. We found ourselves a bungalow, dryed ourselves off, and then headed out for some beers to calm our nerves!

      On our first full day in Koh Samet we were a little dissapointed to find that the sky was cloudy and grey and it was really windy. We decided to head down to the beach anyway, and weren't suprised to find that we were the only two on it! It was actually quite nice to read on the beach and ...