Rahmahyah Hotel

Address: 113/10 Soi 67 Phetchkasem Rd., Hua Hin, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 113/10 Soi 67 Phetchkasem Rd., Hua Hin, is near Hua Hin Railway Station, Prasat Hin Phimai (Phimai Historical Park), Wat Khao Takiap, and Chatchai Market.
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Travel Blogs from Hua Hin

Exposure on the loo, dead rats too.

A travel blog entry by charlottesweb on Jan 23, 2014

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... In a mountain. I speak for Nikita there with the heels obviously as you barely get me in those in England never mind Asia. So 400 steps later we expected something pretty spectacular, when I say the place was a tip don't mistake me meaning it was messy, it was an actual dumping ground. Skips over flowing, used nappies lining the way, rotting food and chickens and monkeys running a muck. Muck being the operative word. It was the most beautiful temple I'd seen but it was ...

I Can See the Sea...

A travel blog entry by new_lands on Jul 30, 2013

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... in and I enjoy the interaction on the road with the many thumbs up from the strangest of characters, and roadside BBQ of whole pig!   I end up basically heading towards Burma, getting lost on route which was fun, at the end of the day I tried to stay at one of the temples but it all got a bit complicated…  because I’m in the middle of no-where the monks were pretty shy although one could speak some English and brought his friend and ...

Visit Hua Hin shops, central produce market Day4

A travel blog entry by tonymm on Jun 29, 2013

1 comment, 60 photos

Arose late, breakfast, morning ablutions and then out the door.
I thought I would take a look at the centre of town where most of the shops are and the central produce market. I started to walk into town, when I heard I polite toot behind me, which usually meant there was one of the local 29c city loop tuk-tuk bus's approaching and would I like a lift. Any one that looks like a tourist they toot at. I flagged down the tuk-yuk, good timing, jumped in the back and we were away. The ...

Thai Temple and Thai Partying

A travel blog entry by gardnerk on Oct 11, 2012

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... did it didn't fall over when they were holding
the amulet, but they did fall over every other time. One of the guys
in our group just drank water that had the amulet wrapped around it,
and he didn't fall over anymore. It was pretty weird. Three people
from our group bought the amulets, so they must be doing something
That night almost all of us went out to
have a little bit of fun. I was walking with some of ...

Nothing really happened but I'm writing about it

A travel blog entry by jtw000 on Nov 29, 2011

4 photos

... It saps your will to live. I started to see things I knew. The route is one I’ve followed before with my partner and it was nice to see things looking familiar. I mentioned Hua Hin, a place I went with her on the way back from a trip to the jungles down South and I must have hit a chord because before I knew it he was plotting it as a route. I didn’t mind, the night was setting in and I was tired, the heat was sapping the last of my strength. ...