Chivaree (Shivaree) Resort

Address: 46/4 Moo 5 Klongkood, Chantaburi, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 46/4 Moo 5 Klongkood, Chantaburi.
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        Travel Blogs from Chantaburi

        Getting to Thailand

        A travel blog entry by catman4049 on Dec 15, 2014

        5 photos

        ... lot of swerving in and out. He also picked up some packages which he delivered along the way (perhaps he was a drug dealer on the side!) and dropped off woman and kids allowing more oxygen in car. Just outside Palin (20km from border) we slowed for a police checkpoint and driver / front passenger put their seat belts on for the check, then just down the road took them off again. The drivers seatbelt was frayed so ...

        Ko Samet and Goodbye Thailand!

        A travel blog entry by oliviasgapyear on Feb 19, 2014

        2 comments, 19 photos

        ... and at one point a ball came flying through the crowd and hit a guy (although he was also a fire thrower and thought nothing of it). We had a great beginning of the night at Naga's Bar, together with everyone from their beach week, and then the four of us headed to the island's reggae bar. There was a live band to which we could give requests, but other than that, we were the most exciting thing there. During the band's long break, we even all got up on stage ...

        Short stay in Chanthaburi - gemstones market

        A travel blog entry by belhorizon1 on Feb 22, 2013

        4 photos

        Well, Unless you are interested by the gemstone trade, there is little to do in Chanthaburi. It is a very regional town, not much tourism there. Historically there were large ruby and sapphire mines but these are long dry. it still remains a important center for the trade and stone cutting ( very high end quality stone cutting factories are based nearby). The only thing worth seeing is the gothic style catholic ...

        Just a Normal Day

        A travel blog entry by ainaz on Dec 29, 2012

        ... of the day, to peddle and watch the sun rise, the
        city wake up. As the haze lifts from the rice fields around, the store
        keep is sweeping his square of the side walk. Scooters with all variety
        of attached side cars are heading out to do business - street food, ice
        ...

        The perfect ending!

        A travel blog entry by minniemac on Mar 24, 2012

        4 photos

        From Koh Chang it was off to Koh Samet, so this involved a ferry to the mainland, a bus ride then a boat to Koh Samet. The ferry was great and everything was running to time until we reached the bus station, where some cock up left us waiting 3 hours for a bus to take us to Koh Samets pier. After alot of complaining to an evil Thai cyclops they shoved a large group of us in a open top taxi and said we would catch ...