Beach Garden Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBeach Garden Hotel Cha-am
Your average three star resort. Ben and I stayed in a room facing the large pool.
It is located on the beach and located in a private area in between Cha-am and Hua Hin.
The food was decent here and same with the service.
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Blog post by ~Emma~ My favourite part of the elephant sanctuary was.... all of it! The first thing we did was go for an elephant ride. I was really nervous at first because the elephant was so tall, but it ended up being really fun! Our mahout (trainer) started playing on his phone and Madeline's and dad's got off and then got back on later! The next thing we did ...
... bunks opposite each other on the very last berth on the train. Perfect. Except for one small problem: not a western toilet anywhere. Leah would have to at some stage on our fourteen hour journey overcome her fear of the squatty potty. Although a little short, the beds on the train are pretty comfy. We all settled in pretty early with iPad, iPhones, iPods and imasks and headphones ready to snooze. I was out to it after just one episode ...
... it back up and tied in place. Their food consisted of mangoes, rambutans, watermelons, cucumbers and morning glory. Most were single servings and some got double servings. A gibbon named "mamee" got triple serving as she was a large gibbon. She was also special with a large vocal cord.
Another adventure came at this time, when we were surrounded by 4 deer, 2 adult males with large antlers and 2 young bucks. They were only a foot away and really wanted the food we were ...
... locals as 'Khao Nang Non’ or 'Khao Nang Phanthurat’. The topography of the forest park features limestone mountains surrounded by mixed deciduous forest and dry evergreen forest. Lying in the north-south direction, the beauty of the immense mountains can be seen from the highway. The range looks very much like a sleeping female giant (Nang Phanthurat)."
Lunch was meant to be at a restaurant in the park, which had closed ...
... is the best spot to see some the locals engaging in the popular youth pastime of cosplay. Cosplay is the term given to wearing a costume to try and look like your favourite anime character, movie or j-pop star. Cosplay is probably the next step on from some of the weird fashions you see on the street and is something rarely seen outside Japan. The mirrors in Toilet 2 were the shape of sunglasses, with no taps or wash basins visible. The taps were sensors ...