Charming Inn Hotel

Address: 119/1 Soi 3 Beach Road, Pattaya, 20260, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 119/1 Soi 3 Beach Road, Pattaya, is near Koh Laan, Elephant Village Pattaya, Gem Factory Shop, Museum and Tour, and Bang Saen Beach.
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      Travel Blogs from Pattaya

      Pattaya - Disneyland for Adults

      A travel blog entry by billynomates on May 04, 2013

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      ... a peek at Thailand's dark and seedy but well known nightlife.

      Mum we are sure you will Google Pattaya at the first opportunity but we don't recommend it, everything you need to know is right here. Websites written by expats that come to Thailand for different reasons shed a totally different light on the nightlife scene, you have been warned!

      For many people, Pattaya needs no introduction but for those of you who might lead a slightly sheltered ...

      The Island

      A travel blog entry by usatexan on Mar 01, 2013

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      ... over the side like I normally would. I might bump someone and I don't want to create any attention.

      I leave the now crowded beach behind and head to where I left my ride. There are no songthaews there now, though. I watched as we rode out and I think I remember the route we took. I can walk back to the pier. It's over the mountain and I think I can walk it in 30-45 minutes. I prefer walking back anyway.

      I pass a couple of street sweepers. I stop ...

      These Boots Are Made for Walking Street

      A travel blog entry by icontact on Jan 17, 2013

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      ... a school where kids were laughing and playing outside. I think we had seen our fair share of children and schools for a while so we mostly ignored them, walked right down the street, made a right and entered the market. We walked past merchandise vendors that were set up so close to one another that we could barely stand shoulder-to-shoulder in the aisles. Bootleg movies, toys and clothing surrounded us until we reached the smelly innards of the market building, where food ...

      Reflections of a wanderluster...

      A travel blog entry by turnernz on May 14, 2012

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      ... take no malaria tablets, or any form of tablets, with us did not prove fatal, but was probably a little bit stupid. It also helps to know exchange rates before arriving at any border, where there are plenty of people around who make a living from parting you from the proceeds of yours…

      2. The League of Nations - one can learn something of the state of the world economy by travelling. Aside from the obvious indicators ...

      Pattaya: Russians, Beaches, Birds, and Sunsets

      A travel blog entry by laura421 on Dec 07, 2011


      ... being taken down for the night. Apparently the Thais do this every night, take down all the hundreds of umbrellas, and put away the hundreds of beach chairs, and put them all up again the next morning, a daily routine. They also rake the sand. I dressed, and went back to the beach to watch the most beautiful sunset in the world: the big old bright red sun sank right into the sea, casting its red path over the waters even as I watched. Like ...