D Varee Jomtien Beach, Pattaya

Address: 457 Moo 12, Soi 13-14, Jomtien Beach Road, Nong Prue, Kanchanaburi Province, 20150, Thailand | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 457 Moo 12, Soi 13-14, Jomtien Beach Road, Nong Prue, is near Elephant Village Pattaya, Koh Laan, Gem Factory Shop, Museum and Tour, and Bang Saen Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Nong Prue

    Homeward bound

    A travel blog entry by wendy1562 on Jan 24, 2014

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    Last posting from Bangkok international airport. koh Samui airport is brilliant! All airports should be like it. So relaxed, organised, clean and best of all all outside........the short flight on Bangkok Airways (50 mins) was good, they even managed to squeeze in a meal! Definitely recommend travelling with them if you are ...

    If Carling did Museums...

    A travel blog entry by leapinglemur on Oct 03, 2012

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    ... looked after navy beach with crystal clear waters, a golf course if you are that way inclined and a fantastic Wednesday night temple market that serves up delicious and cheap local food. Throw in a weekend of people watching as the Thai's head down from Bangkok to the beach and a multitude of tasty seafood on sale and you’ve got yourself a pretty cool place to stay for a few days of r and r.

    But I am not trying to sell you a holiday to Bang Saray, I am telling ...

    The Journey Here

    A travel blog entry by samwilding on Jul 22, 2010

    10 comments

    ... flying about all over the road, and street vendors selling noodle dishes for as little as 40p. I continued to walk until I reached the Carrefour supermaket, which was like an Air-conditioned Oasis in the stifling humidity. The Carrefour was a reminder of the Commercial aspect of Pattaya, it had many other litttle stores inside it, such as Dairy Queen, KFC and Subway, and felt like an American shopping mall. I couldnt help also but to notice the number of ...

    Ah the wonderful sunny Pattaya

    A travel blog entry by bridyfitz on Oct 04, 2009

    ... them as male! They had no way of covering the adam's apple! Very funny though! And I would recommend for sure!
    After a little lie in we headed for nong nootch park on a motorbike taxi! The two of us on the same one!! Here we saw the elephant show where they have elephants doing the most ridiculously strange things. You could never imagine the abilities of an elephant! They were painting, cycling, ...

    Thailand: In the Middle

    A travel blog entry by lisawall on Nov 06, 2008

    ... with smiling staff, who are still in uniform but they are looking very swanky. It was a great improvement on my first visit. Thailand has obviously experienced some relative stability, growth and modernization over the last decade. To make a generalization about Thailand I would say it is in the middle of everything. This might not appear that obvious but let me extrapolate a little. This is the best position I can take to sum up a ...