Thai Bamboo Guesthouse Resort

Address: 100 Moo 9 Bankhaopong, Cha-am, 76120, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 100 Moo 9 Bankhaopong, Cha-am, is near Kaeng Krachan National Park and Railway Station Market.
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      Travel Blogs from Cha-am

      Unexpected Thailand

      A travel blog entry by elegibson on Jun 01, 2014

      9 photos

      ... was the Klung (canal) ferry. These take passengers along the thin canals which run off the main Chao Praya river. The boats have collapsible roofs for the really low bridges and there are handles you can pull with levers up a tarpaulin to protect you from the spray from the surprisingly enormous waves caused by the boats speeding along. These waterways are thin and so are the boats so there is no room inside for the ticket collectors. Instead they make their way along ...

      Cha-Am, Thailand

      A travel blog entry by valriley on Nov 23, 2013

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... later in the afternoon. Found a great place for lunch, a veg Pad Thai, and next door to it at the Raya Resort we had our best dinner so far in Thailand, a large steamed sea bass which was so fresh it can only just have been caught with a yummy prawn glass noodle dish. Same place for lunch and dinner tomorrow I think.
      Hooray the sun is shining today so another walk along the beach, lunch and a siesta ...

      Kaeng Krachan Reservoir: abundancy of monkeys'

      A travel blog entry by katemel on Jul 02, 2012

      2 comments, 37 photos

      We decided last night that we would visit a dam today and go for a boat ride around it, but I can't say I was very excited at all, luckily I didn't bail out. We all piled into the car and set off for pretty much Burma as Nana said which took roughly 1.5 hours; the trip up was amazing. I've always thought you get more out of going to villages than you do going to tourist attractions and that still stands. It's always magical going through tiny poor villages ...

      Taking an elephant for a walk

      A travel blog entry by joebella44 on Mar 01, 2011

      35 photos

      ... to better health and also socialised again into groups, so that eventually they can make the transition back to the wild, although some of them have been so badly treated that they may never reach this stage and may have to stay at the centre. We had lunch at the centre and met a lot of the volunteers that were there. You can volunteer from 1 week to 6 months. Most people we spoke to were there for a couple of weeks before continuing on to tour round ...

      Ratchaburi: Heading South

      A travel blog entry by katt.busby on Jun 19, 2009

      ... her bags on her lap as no room on the floor of the bus or seat.

      So the next thing I knew, I had a baby (NOT MINE!) my giant backpack and my bag on a suppose-to-be quick 2hr bus ride which turned into a full-out 4 and a half hr ordeal as we dropped the many schoolchildren off at their respective villages along the way. The baby was quite calm (THANK GOD!) and preoccupied herself with the Canadian flag on my ...

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