Flamingo Hotel

Address: 20/182 Soi 2, Day-Night Bazaar, Pattaya, Chonburi 2, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 20/182 Soi 2, Day-Night Bazaar, Pattaya, is near Sanctuary of Truth (Prasat Sut Ja-Tum), Gem Factory Shop, Museum and Tour, Pattaya Water Park, and Diving Thailand.
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        Lame Chabang, Thailand

        A travel blog entry by sally2015 on Mar 22, 2015

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        Today was all about the Asian elephant, we went to an elephant village and sanctuary for retired and injured elephants. We had a wonderful day, got to feed them, watch them play in the river and be showered. Amazing animals and I even got to ride one. Back to back ports at the moment, going too fast... next stop (tomorrow), Cambodia, am loving every ...

        Good friends, good times!

        A travel blog entry by jennystolborg on Jul 28, 2014

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        ... kindly offered to let us stay with him. James generously picked us up from the airport and then drove us back to his house in Pattaya. I should just mention how awesome the journey from Ko Lanta to Bangkok was. We decided in the end to pay for an airport transfer offered by the Layana resort in Ko Lanta and we definitely traveled in style. Our bags were loaded on for us and the minibus only had 2 large armchair style reclining leather seats in it. ...

        Sun sea and walking street

        A travel blog entry by hazelandmartin on Jan 02, 2014

        1 comment, 10 photos

        ... night. The four of us decide to take a nice stroll down Walking Street where we found a quietish place to sit with a cool drink, and watch the world go by. It was an interesting, educating and an hour passed by in the blink of an eye.

        Now it is time to make our way back through the crowds and in to a tuk tuk for a ride home to the ship in style, just in time for supper woo hoo! And Mexican food was on the menu, oh happy days. :0) ...

        If Carling did Museums...

        A travel blog entry by leapinglemur on Oct 03, 2012

        7 photos

        ... find my favourite exhibit, bronze statues of Shao Lin monks, each in a different position and facing their master. I felt certain that they would come alive as they are so life like. Inside there are examples of Thai and Chinese musical instruments and puppets and some incredibly intricate wooden elephant carvings. It is the kind of place that you could visit over and over again and find something new to admire every time you went. You could spend hours wandering through ...

        Aged Beef and New Potatoes

        A travel blog entry by thejaverys on Sep 16, 2012

        ... remembered about the key and asked for it back. ‘oh this key?’ I said dangling it from its key ring just out of his snatching reach. ‘Sure you can have this key back. It will only cost you 150 Rupees’. Ha! Bloody brilliant…You should have seen his face! He snapped at the men surrounding us who all instantly looked around at the floor for a bag to grab but we had anticipated that and had all of our belongings safely attached to us. They ...