Ruenya Homestay

Address: 99 Mu Ko Plup Phla, Ratchaburi, 70000, Thailand | Hostel
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This hostel is located on 99 Mu Ko Plup Phla, Ratchaburi.
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Travel Blogs from Ratchaburi

Well I Found A Batcave...

A travel blog entry by sophiepoulton on Nov 08, 2014

20 photos

... foreign teacher about 8 years ago and his dad. They were going travelling in Burma for a couple of weeks and stopped by Thailand to say hello.

We left the house around 2.30 because we had to go to a funeral in a neighbouring city. One of Paiboon's rotary friends. It was interesting to experience another Thai ceremony.

After this we drove to a cave Gayoon had told me about where at dusk the bats fly out for the night. Apparently according to the monk ...

Floating market, food and meeting up with people

A travel blog entry by amzah on Feb 19, 2014

9 photos

... touristy what is sold but nevertheless nice. It is a real thriving market and this is how it was done traditionally.

Went for a meal since we had around two hours free time until we went back to Bangkok. To be honest, uhm, two meals. Pad Thai Crab and Fried Mussels on Egg Batter. Food is too tempting hehe. Around 1 PM we came back to Bangkok and it was time for another meal!

The MBK (Mah Boon Krong) Mall in Bangkok has a big foodcourt so this was ...

Paddling in between the floating markets' canals!

A travel blog entry by momentsintime on Feb 12, 2014

50 photos

... the crowd!

Glancing around, the sights of the narrow canals all jammed up by hundreds of vendors in their small colorful rowing boats were quite something to watch. These locals, young and old, sold everything from fruits and vegetables to spices and meat! Some even cooked on their boats where grease splashed all around from their small portable propane stoves while a white ...

Heading out to the Damnern Saduak Floating Market

A travel blog entry by momentsintime on Feb 12, 2014

38 photos

... outside of Bangkok.

You might wonder what was so interesting at the floating market to anxiously want to go there in the first place but according to my travel guide book, one doesn’t go to Bangkok without visiting this very popular tourist attraction! Say no more! Exciting! Yep!

How lucky can one be! We had the same tour guide as we had the first day ...

Being up high in Chiang Mai.

A travel blog entry by charlottesweb on Dec 11, 2013

10 photos

... served in a thimble and it made me feel human again. Shots of tea from Wee was a blessing. We thought we'd go out with a bang (well hopefully not) on the last day by bungee jumping. Nikita very bravely went first and I was horrified! Her poor body looked like a piece of meat being flung around. Having paid forty pound I was definitely getting my money's worth so new I had to face the same fate. I didn't expect everyone to find it so hard to jump, everyone having to be ...