T.K. House

Address: 244/6-7 Romjid Road corner of Narathip Road, Cha-am, 76120, Thailand | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 244/6-7 Romjid Road corner of Narathip Road, Cha-am, is near Kaeng Krachan National Park and Railway Station Market.
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Travel Blogs from Cha-am

Hua Hin back to Bangkok

A travel blog entry by laracamille on Feb 06, 2014

... of course I went for pad Thai with chicken, mm it was lush!! I washed it down with a bottle of coke and the whole meal only cost me £3!! Wish it was that cheap in England! I then went back to the room and pampered myself, put on a face pack and gave my hair a conditioning treatment, shaved my legs and moisturised, I was feeling on top on the world after ...

Cha-Am, Thailand

A travel blog entry by valriley on Nov 23, 2013

1 comment, 6 photos

... deck chairs at the beach, perfect. Oh dear dinner did not turn out as well as last night! Malc's Pad Thai was tasteless so he sent it back then after they made him wait to re-order there was a further delay as his meal was sent to the wrong table.
Rungaran Challet is the name of our guest house, great place for 21 per night with a nice cooked breakfast. Moving on tomorrow to Hua Hin further down the ...

A lot of Rain

A travel blog entry by katemel on Jul 07, 2012

9 photos

... Dee-Lek was our restaurant of choice as mum and I had requested Western Food, just to find out how Thai’s make it. Mum had a pizza and I had spag bowl which was surprisingly nice, I didn’t expect much from it, I was glad to be proven wrong though, but I was still jealous of Nana and Pa’s chicken and cashew nuts.

The restaurant next door, Tony’s, had an empty over-the-top party which didn't surprise any of us as we ...

Kaeng Krachan Reservoir: abundancy of monkeys'

A travel blog entry by katemel on Jul 02, 2012

2 comments, 37 photos

... walls only made out of rubber banners and mud, people washing their clothes in the river, wild dogs all around (which are said to mostly all have rabies) and the gorgeous smiling faces of the townsfolk. We were all very surprised about the number of 5-star resorts up in the back blocks which were a huge contrast to the villages. Early on in the trip we had to turn onto a very small dirt road as they were in the process of fixing the normal road, but ...

Escaping to Phetchaburi

A travel blog entry by christie101 on Sep 28, 2011

37 photos

... s a really pretty place to walk about with all these beautiful and colourful buildings steeped in culture. You get the feeling that they don’t get a lot of tourists here as a lot of people stare at you when you walk about and all of the signs and menus are in Thai only, but this is actually really nice and makes it seem like you are getting a taste of 'real’ Thailand.

There’s a Historical Park here which is a large steep hill with ...