Imperial Hua Hin Beach Resort

11/66 Moobaan Borfaai, Liabwang Road, Hua Hin, 77110 , Thailand | 4 star hotel
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on 11/66 Moobaan Borfaai, Liabwang Road, Hua Hin, is near Hua Hin Railway Station, Prasat Hin Phimai (Phimai Historical Park), Chatchai Market, and Klai Kang Won Palace.
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    Travel Blogs from Hua Hin

    Hua Hin

    A travel blog entry by stefanoandrea on Feb 06, 2014

    7 photos

    ... walking around the town which had changed quite a bit since we had been here 7 years ago. We had a nice bowl of noodle soup at lunch and than went into the nice new shopping where Andrea bought a nice new dress. Walked around a little, than Andrea went for a massage, after that we went to a little market, had something to eat and drink, bought some more small things and came back. 8th After breakfast in a real nice place (German Bread & More) ...

    Hotel de la Paix, Cha-Am

    A travel blog entry by twofoodies on Aug 25, 2013

    2 photos

    ... courtyard. The main area has the master bedroom, bathroom, sitting area and walk-in robes. The second area has a second bedroom or study, dining room, lounge room and small kitchenette with coffee machine (good coffee). The courtyard and pool are lovely. Although the villa maintains the industrial minimalist design the courtyard and pool area is softened by rows of pink hibiscus supported by a bamboo fence and large frangipani trees covered in white flowers providing shade from ...

    Getting my bearings around Hua Hin

    A travel blog entry by tonymm on Jun 27, 2013

    1 comment, 57 photos

    ... was constructed shortly after WW1, in the twenties. It was constructed to give people the opportunity to travel overland all the way to the Malaysian border. See some attached pix.Interesting that the platform is only at footpath height.
    Headed east, I think, on foot towards the coast. Past Buddhist roadside temples, a statue to a local boy hero, who became the first world champion boxer. He was born & grew up in Hua Hin.
    It is interesting how a number of these towns are ...

    TESOL Week 1

    A travel blog entry by gardnerk on Oct 18, 2012

    3 comments, 13 photos

    ... a birthday get together for one of the girls here. Cake and everything. Three of the people that aren't staying for the TESOL course have been placed already and have taken their overnight bus rides to their new towns. We are all sad about people leaving already, but it will give us good reasons to travel within Thailand and try and see as much of the country as we can.

    I want to try and have a section that is just for "Things that wouldn't be ok ...

    Oo, oooo, woooooo

    A travel blog entry by stilllooking on Apr 08, 2010

    54 photos

    ... enclosures and feed
    8.00am Breakfast
    9.00am Clean and scrub one of the bear pools - hot and sweaty work
    10.30am Clean enclosure for the nocturnal animals... leopard cats, loris, civets, binturong
    11.30am Enrichment task for one of the nocturnal animals. Because the animals are not having to forage or face any other challenges than surviving in their enclosures, we try to stimulate them as often as possible by providing new equipment/ scents/ or food ...