Baan Sila

Address: 216/111 Mu. 10. Soi. Pattaya 11, Pattaya, 20150, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 216/111 Mu. 10. Soi. Pattaya 11, Pattaya, is near Khon Kaen's day & night markets and Khon Kaen National Museum.
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        Travel Blogs from Pattaya

        Khao Yai National Park

        A travel blog entry by marda83 on Apr 29, 2014

        12 photos

        ... and then went for a 3 km jungle trek. We both got a bit freaked out by all the bugs and specially the spider webs that we kept walking in to. Some spiders with bright colors you really don't want in your face! We couldn't finish the trek as a fallen tree was blocking the last bit so we turned around and just as we did the sky turned black and when I heard the first thunder I wasn't long running out of there! I honestly hate thunder and lightning so ...

        Busy Busy busy

        A travel blog entry by will4amanda on Nov 19, 2013

        62 photos

        So its been 9 days since i last posted, needless to say we have been very busy, we left Pattaya and headed to bangkok, we first stayed at I residence hotel, quite nice for the price, the taxi drivers are hopeless though, we took our first tuk tuk ride, not as bad as i remember. We stayed 2 nights at this hotel in Sathorn, however it was a bit far from where i wanted to be so we found a new hotel to spend the last 7 nights, we checked into ...


        A travel blog entry by derrick241 on Sep 11, 2012

        4 comments, 8 photos

        ... shop so the ex pats can get their Tetley’s tea bags and marmite or peanut butter, anything they sell in Tesco’s or Sainsbury’s (don’t know how much business they do as there is a Carrefour and a big C here)

        We had quite a storm here, thunder, lightning, then just a few spots of rain, I was expecting a real downpour, rather an anti climax, and the lightning was quite spectacular watching it from the Hilton tower, a shame the pictures weren’t very ...

        Crocs away...

        A travel blog entry by turnernz on Mar 08, 2012

        3 photos

        ... one for the girls, in each case with bunk beds, and - in the houses we toured - immaculately tidy. The children are all taken to school at 6am each morning and return at 4:30pm every evening, after which they eat and then help with chores, play before being put to bed at around 8pm. The Children's Village concept is one which has been copied from the successful SOS Children's Villages and seems a hugely positive way of helping these kids and giving them a ...

        Family Visit in Khon Kaen

        A travel blog entry by nsevers on Dec 06, 2011

        43 photos

        ... also. On Father's Day we visited another temple. This famous Wat is at the base of the mountain and going there is very good luck, especially on the holiday of The King's Birthday. The family prayed at the Buddha shrines. Donations were made, and afterwards, there was a special audience with a Monk. The Monk bestowed a blessing on baby Terran and tied a lucky white string around his wrist. Then, Aor's mother tied a yarn bracelet the color of a monk's robe on each of ...