Garden Lodge

Address: 170 M.5 Naklua , Pattaya, 20150, Thailand | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 170 M.5 Naklua , Pattaya, is near Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden, Pattaya Beach, Jomtien Beach, and Mini Siam and Mini Europe.
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        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Pattaya


        A travel blog entry by vinkor on Mar 18, 2015

        18 photos

        ... in Pattaya there is no insurance policy and if it is stolen, you have to reimbourse the value of the motorbike to the shop where you rent it!
        The last days it rained cats and dogs and I had problems to reach my hotel as there was a half meter of water along Jomtien road. I arrived at destination totally wet and caught a cold that fortunately went away after two pills of paracetamolo, so I finally reached my last destination, Koh Chang but that is another story for the next ...

        Good friends, good times!

        A travel blog entry by jennystolborg on Jul 28, 2014

        6 photos

        ... in the pool playing Frisbee and with Jame's giant remote control battleship. It was awesome!

        In the evening James took us to meet his good friends here Hal (an American) and his long term partner Nui (a Thai). We went out to dinner with them and they were a great couple. They have lived in Pattaya for 12 years and have got a beautiful house (we went back for after dinner tea). James took us to a beautiful traditional Thai restaurant set amongst ...

        Fire In The Sky (Thailand)

        A travel blog entry by usatexan on Nov 16, 2013

        2 comments, 60 photos

        ... enough to slip a foot in, or big enough for a car to fall in. Boards with nails protruding from them, or broken bricks, might be scattered all over the walkway. More often than not, there are no markers to warn pedestrians of the danger on the sidewalk. At night it could really be dangerous. Also, cars or motos might park on the sidewalk, causing the pedestrian to walk into the busy street. And, of course, as in all of SE Asia, the walks are often an extension of ...

        Bang Saen (27-28 October)

        A travel blog entry by ryness on Oct 28, 2012

        11 photos

        ... both stacked on this rickety thing equipped with basket and all, we were certainly getting some bemused smiles! Thankfully, the wide esplanade designed for throngs of pedestrians allowed enough room for us to safely and comically weave along at a speed approximately three to four times faster than walking, I estimated. Although we ground to a stop slowly with squeaky brakes, we got there and in a fraction of the time! STREET MEAT Street meat, to eat or not to ...

        Aged Beef and New Potatoes

        A travel blog entry by thejaverys on Sep 16, 2012

        ... who flung strings of flowers around their necks as they greeted them. We also noticed the huge number of 40-70 year old single white men. Shortly after that we noticed a few of those men had very young very pretty thai girls attached to them. I knew we’d see a bit of this but didn’t expect it to be quite this often and at the airport too! It was getting hard to talk about these people without them knowing so Graham came up with a genius nickname to help us ...