Napalai Resort & Spa Hotel Pranburi

Address: 22/1 Moobaan Huadon, Huahin, Takiab Rd., Nongka, Hua Hin Prachuab Kirikhan 77110, Thailand, Pran Buri, Prachuap Khiri Khan, Thailand | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 22/1 Moobaan Huadon, Huahin, Takiab Rd., Nongka, Hua Hin Prachuab Kirikhan 77110, Thailand, Pran Buri, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Pran Buri

What happend to the sleepy old and quaint town?

A travel blog entry by somsakyimsiam on Aug 25, 2014

... other Asian countries is safe to consume.
Thai food is cooked so hot that virtually all bacteria's would die if there were any. Thais enjoy only fresh food so spoilt food is virtually impossible to find on a food stall as they could not sell it. Moreover Thais are very clean and therefore enjoy.
By the way Ice cubes are also safe to consume as they come from Ice factories which are of high standard.
So much about Hua Hin. See future blogs and future destinations soon.

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Thailand - Hua Hin & Cha-am

A travel blog entry by ladykb on Mar 14, 2014

11 photos

... each for the say so z£2 each and it was really nice, we did this for a couple days. The local woman would walk the beach selling fresh fruit and we'd buy a few bananas a whole pineapple, and apple and some oranges for only 60baht £1.20. It was here that we laid on the beach on Jakes 21st birthday so we wrote a big happy birthday in the sand and the locals would walk over and try to read it. Cha-am like many places has many stray dogs and you'd always ...

Visit Hua Hin shops, central produce market Day4

A travel blog entry by tonymm on Jun 29, 2013

1 comment, 60 photos

... are cooking, it gives the food a hot chilli type of taste. Sound delicious! I'll have a bag of water beetles thanks. I think the rule of thumb is, it's safer not to ask what is in the dish, just simply eat it. Also there was alot of pre-cooked food, like the whole grilled fish in the photo. These market places have a smell and feel all of there own, there is a real family atmosphere, as they all do this ritual day after day. Have a look at the video at end of the photos for some of ...

Bangkok and Hua Hin

A travel blog entry by earthjourney on Mar 24, 2013

13 photos

... There were no seatbelts but there were grab handles for turns, braking and start ups. The restaurant we chose was a Thai food place with some vegetarian options called Orchid. The third night we all went into the night market to see if there was a restaurant there. We wandered around – some of us wanting to exit – but there didn’t seem anything interesting to choose. Somehow we managed to find ourselves at the same restaurant we were at the night ...

Up up and away

A travel blog entry by sumac on Dec 09, 2010

2 comments, 11 photos

... on the drift line, shame on us all.
We went back to our room and fell asleep until 8pm when we went to our resort's bar. Here sat Warren and Richie along with a wizzened old man. It turns out he is the head-man round here and if he doesn't give the nod it doesn't happen. He greets us warmly then bids his farewell.
We drink a few beers and share tales of past travels until I couldn't keep my eyes open any longer.
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