J-Town Serviced Apartments
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of J-Town Serviced Apartments
TripAdvisor Reviews J-Town Serviced Apartments Chon Buri
Travel Blogs from Chon Buri
... said good-bye to the Siam Hotel and the wonderful staff and set off to the airport. This time we were able to enjoy the tremendous high rises and modern buildings on the way to the airport. Huge billboards dot the journey. The traffic which was still heading into the city during morning rush hour was daunting. Because of the heavy lifting and legwork of Sophia and Golden, the check-in process was a snap, so we had time to either shop in the May store of the ...
... t much I wanted to buy at this mall, not really in the market for a super car or a ten thousand dollar suit! So we left and headed across the street to MBK.... I love MBK! Such a fun shopping experience. They have everything! 8 or 9 stories of bargain shopping and everything is negotiable! Love it...
Headed home after that and snagged some amazing pork satay on the street for dinner to top off our fun little day.
& that's a wrap!
... were awoken by a huge party outside our hut and our neighbour non stop puking for the entire night! (No it wasn't me). Today we have mainly sunbathed on the beach and swam in the hot clear sea. We swam out to a raft which has been made from wood and big plastic bottles. This afternoon we walked into the town and booked our elephant trekking trip. Tomorrow we are going to ride, bathe and feed the elephants. Will let you know how it goes ...
... like homes with very small one person shops. Since it was Sunday there were many families walking on the streets. Our first stop was the Chaukhtatgyi Pagoda. This gold building is the home of an enormous reclining Buddha whose crown is encrusted with diamonds and precious gems. Although the face looks feminine, it is a statue of Buddha. Many people were there to worship. The people are lovely. They are friendly and don't mind our taking photos. The monks in Myanmar ...
... shirt, ate food that makes your mouth cry for water
then cry for more, drove my bike down the coast down to the floating islands
and jumped off the cliffs and most of all I have met some cool people all of
who have helped me become and turn into a Thailand lover and teacher.
I have really focused on my career the past few months and
it is well known that I will always be along the lines of education. It’s such
an important ...