Casa Papaya

Address: 810/4 Petchkasem, Cha-am, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 810/4 Petchkasem, Cha-am, is near Kaeng Krachan National Park and Railway Station Market.
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    Travel Blogs from Cha-am

    Hutsadin elephant sanctuary & Royal Palace

    A travel blog entry by leeadventure on May 19, 2015

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... the baby elephant show. It was SO cute!! He played the harmonica, played soccer, and gave us hugs. It was soo cute! After that it was time to bathe the elephant. After all that playing Songkran (the baby) was hot. We made sure to get all of him wet and scrub all the dirt away. Later we walked around and met all of the older elephants and a volunteer told us ...

    Waterfalls and Wildlife

    A travel blog entry by sophiepoulton on Nov 21, 2014

    53 photos

    ... was crystal clear and we watched the fish swimming around in it. I found my first leech attached to my sock here. It was gross but the guide got rid of it (pretending to bite it in half to show me there was nothing to be that bothered about). We then had to walk along the river to find the next waterfall so we were pretty much gorge walking by that point. We also ended up having to walk in the water which was funny because I knew what would happen but I had to do it anyway. ...

    Monkeys and temple caves

    A travel blog entry by ninar0307 on Oct 05, 2012

    7 photos

    ... What was impressive were the beautiful temples up ahead. Wandering about these mountains are monkeys ready to steal your water bottle or ready to snatch the camera out of your hands. You look ahead and walk quickly without bringing any attention to yourself, this is my strategy at least and seems to work. The four or five different temples upon these mountains offered various beautiful views of the city and opportunities to ...

    Fishing Village, National Park and Premium Outlet

    A travel blog entry by katemel on Jul 08, 2012

    1 comment, 148 photos

    ... the visitor centre was inhabited by campers who got washed out in yesterday’s rain. Back in the car we got dropped off at the end of the park to see the ruins of an old temple that was made out of bricks into a pyramid shape I presume, because it isn’t a tourist attraction there were no signs indicating age but it is well known that in the Phetchaburi province temples date back to the 8th Century. To get to the temple we had to ...

    Terminal 21, Cha-Am and Puktien Beach

    A travel blog entry by katemel on Jun 30, 2012

    1 comment, 223 photos

    ... the mirror and instead of having a basin there was a bench sloping down to help drain the water away. The doors were all coloured in very straight block-like shapes.

    Welcome to Paris with the Champs-Élysées Boulevard and Parisian Boutiques Streets concept. Paris is decorated with sculptures of the Arc de Triomphe and the Eiffel Tower as well as Parisian lamp posts. A ladies bike was tied to the ...