City Beach Resort

Address: 16 Damnoenkasem Road, Hua Hin, 77110, Thailand | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 16 Damnoenkasem Road, Hua Hin, is near Hua Hin Railway Station, Prasat Hin Phimai (Phimai Historical Park), Wat Khao Takiap, and Klai Kang Won Palace.
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    Travel Blogs from Hua Hin

    Hua Hin : Blog Post by Lettie

    A travel blog entry by leeadventure on May 10, 2015

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    ... said a couple days ago that if all we got her for Mother's Day was papaya and iced coffee she would be happy. To top it off we had papaya and watermelon as a snack. Mom took Madeline, Emma, and I to the market to look around. We bought sib song(12) pad thais for supper from our favorite vendor for only 10 baht each. They have the little dried shrimps but for only 10 baht I don't mind eating them or picking them out lol. Mom said it was her best Mother's Day yet so that made us pretty ...

    Two oceans split by the south.

    A travel blog entry by ingen24 on Jul 20, 2014

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    ... in a wooden crate so he can't walk or move and then beat him on his back over and over with bats and sticks until he kneels. It's actually called "breaking the elephants will". Even the documentation I got from the travel agent mentioned this phenomenon. And I know; it must be centuries old. Hannibal rode elephants over the Alps, but we are a civilized world. Knowledge and power come with responsibility. It has to stop somewhere. I'm not the most environmentally friendly guy ...

    A warmup ride!!

    A travel blog entry by robbowinter on Jan 05, 2014

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    ... beach.
    Passing many salt mine fields, commercial fishing farms and bird farms…(birds
    nest kind). A bridge crossing gave us our first glimpse of the Thai gulf with the
    many oyster houses perched in the tidal waters of the river spilling out to the

    After 25km we stopped and had our first break
    with fruit, a selection of drinks from the esky, and chocolate bars. Refilled ...

    Holy smokes, I'm in Thailand!

    A travel blog entry by kaela_bean on Dec 18, 2010

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    ... friends with some really amazing Ozzies and people started being a little more friendly. As soon as I arrived, we were allowed to get stuck in, after all, this is what we were here to do. We were put with a lovely jordie, and then helped feed June, an elephant that had collapsed and so was contained to a sort of metal barred box (that sounds more horrific than it actually was) which was sad to see, as she was sort of dejected and hadn't much of an appetite, however was only to ...


    A travel blog entry by hachbach on Jun 20, 2010

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    ... well, do you want to walk among the tigers with them loose? What makes the temple different from a zoo is the interaction with the animals. Going to a zoo and seeing the tigers from a distance is one thing. Its incredible, yes, but nothing beats walking a 700lbs male tiger or playing with cubs. That is a spiritual experience! Of course it would be best if the tigers were free in the wild, but the tiger trade in Southeast Asia is rampant ...