Milford Ban Chang Beach Hotel

168-171 Payoon Beach, Ban Chang, Rayong Province, 21130, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 168-171 Payoon Beach, Ban Chang.
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Travel Blogs from Ban Chang

Ko Samet and other adventures

A travel blog entry by jennagroters on Aug 24, 2014

1 comment, 36 photos

... trees and some other crops, I don’t know what. It was a
pretty sweaty experience but pretty fun. Also 17 people said hello to me, I

So things are pretty standard here. School is good getting a
little monotonous though. But just as I start to think I’m getting a bit bored
of this and think about home I go for a bike ride and almost run over a dinosaur
and that makes me happy I get to live here for a couple of months longer.


Delivery vol.2

A travel blog entry by avasilenko on Jul 06, 2014

2 photos

... 1077;реп 88;оверю, но я его все равно не видел 72;. Переп 88;овери& #1083;а-наш 83;а, извин 03;лась перед 86; ...

A Day in Thailand

A travel blog entry by nickandjo on Apr 07, 2014

19 photos

... br> Finally several members of the audience lay down whilst the elephants walked over them occasionally stopping to rest their feet gently on the bodies of the reclining tourists. I am not sure you could do this show back home, the public liability insurance would probably be prohibitive but no worry we don’t have that many elephants. In fact there are only 500 in Thailand now, 250 in National Parks and 250 in tourists’ attractions such as ...

A home away from home

A travel blog entry by bangkokeddy on Jun 28, 2013

1 photo

Ban Chang is a sleepy town just 2 hours from Bangkok and one and a half hours from the airport. It also has it's own airport (U Tapao) that flies daily to Samui and Phuket. It has quiet beaches and is also near Pattaya and Rayong, two large cities with plenty of action. Penny's Home Stay ...

The Krays, crashes and girls, girls, girls...

A travel blog entry by turnernz on May 18, 2012

Welcome back to Luton Town, a few things have changed since you were away. Across the road, the truck driver who, before we left for Cambo, split up with his bi-sexual girlfriend of over 10 years has accepted her back despite the fact that he’s several thousand miles away and that she’s emptying his pockets into those of her male and female lovers and family. Smart move…

Next door lives a man who I literally cannot name or I will be ...