Kaen Chan Beach Hotel

241/4 Ruamchit Rd. Amphur, Cha-Am Beach, Phetchaburi, Thailand | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 241/4 Ruamchit Rd. Amphur, Cha-Am Beach, Phetchaburi, is near Kaeng Krachan National Park and Railway Station Market.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Phetchaburi

Onward to Phetchaburi

A travel blog entry by jmznpache on Dec 17, 2013

... ourselves at a temple with The Lucky Buddha. Sat on board the 8 carriage locomotive, windows rolled down and our leather recliners in position we sit back and relax with the wind in our hair and views of rural Bangkok's neighbouring areas. After 4 hours of the rattling carriages and wiring fans, our destination reached and lit by the light of the full ...

Long way back...

A travel blog entry by hortonsontour on Aug 12, 2013

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After a painful Sunday with Thomas having picked up a stomach bug (probably from T eating street food with Dad watching Barcelona), we headed back to Bangkok only to be caught in the Queen's motorcade travelling back from the Royal retreat in Hua Hin... 6 hours later we got back to Bangkok. Painful weekend!
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Day 5 - Bears 2

A travel blog entry by exotictravels on May 23, 2013

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... the food into the enclosures for 24 bears. We did have a slight run in with the bear here, as the Thai Staff was getting the bear into the separation cage, the slider got stuck and he had to pull it back open, our gate was open and Barnie was just about to step in when he pulled the slider back and a huge bear paw and head started coming through. We jumped back and the Thai Staff quickly shoved the door closed. It was a close call.

3:00pm - New ...

Day 2 - Primates 2

A travel blog entry by exotictravels on May 20, 2013

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... the ice and stuck fruit out and finally clean the freezer.

3:00 pm - Feed Out.
This was the primates dinner time so we repeated what we did at 7:30 am for the Gibbons in the jungle area.

4:00 pm - Sweep under enclosures.
This is usually when we would sweep all the remnants of their meals; fruit skins, corn husks etc. but since the deer eat everything the gibbons drop, we don't have to do any sweeping. So we all took a break at this time.

4:45 ...

Taking an elephant for a walk

A travel blog entry by joebella44 on Mar 01, 2011

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... to better health and also socialised again into groups, so that eventually they can make the transition back to the wild, although some of them have been so badly treated that they may never reach this stage and may have to stay at the centre. We had lunch at the centre and met a lot of the volunteers that were there. You can volunteer from 1 week to 6 months. Most people we spoke to were there for a couple of weeks before continuing on to tour round ...

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