New Daynight Hotel

Address: 20 Moo 10 South Pattaya Rd, Pattaya, 20150, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 20 Moo 10 South Pattaya Rd, Pattaya, is near Elephant Village Pattaya.
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      A travel blog entry by sebastien.henry on Feb 17, 2015

      7 photos

      ... much different, is the military beach! It's 45 minutes far with a motorbike from Pattaya! We first road along the coast, away from the city, the beach is more beautiful and least crowded! My Uncle Let his ID to get onto the military ground, then we paid 100baht for the natural reserve in the military camp. 5 minutes later we're at the beach! The water is clearer than in the city and the environment natural! There are no people that sell food ...

      A day at the beach

      A travel blog entry by holmesaway on Jan 26, 2015

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... use. A few English and French, but a lot of Russians amongst the two or three hundred on the long beach. The sea was colder than down south, maybe 25 degrees C. Slightly hazy,and a few clouds over the land later. So, pleasant!
      Midday and a bottle of pastis appeared, courtesy of Christian and Micheline. Towards 12.30 lunch appeared from the back of the minibus and with Radchanee's cousin. Dozens of sushi with hot radish sauce, followed by paper parcels of ...

      Mortal remains

      A travel blog entry by damon.evans on May 09, 2010

      7 photos

      ... and Thai temples, and beachfront reminders of a stately royal palace, it is practically the anti-Thai island. No sweeping sandy beaches, no coconut groves and more importantly no hoardes of tourists. It's a great place to explore, we loved the short spell of time we spent here and would like to come back one day to pass at least a couple of nights here. But for now though it is time to move on. Our train tickets from Bangkok heading south to Chumphon are booked for tomorrow ...

      Condom Night!

      A travel blog entry by pht on Jul 17, 2009

      ... to both tourists of the sex industry and the potential victims. Basically they were public service announcements that warned girls what might happen to them, and warned men about the consequences of their actions.

      The fact that many victims were addressed as survivors instead of just passive victims is very empowering and I think offers a ray of hope into their lives. The campaign in Latin America to ...

      Bangkok, Thialand

      A travel blog entry by ldanroy on Mar 21, 2009

      31 photos

      ... and the following loud claps of thunder. But the White Lady's port luck held. Yes, there was rain during the day but always in a section of the city remote from our location. The storm did provide us with welcomed breezes of cooler air during parts of the tour especially on the river.

      Today, Bangkok is a major economic and financial center of Southeast Asia and has one of the highest rates in the world for construction of high rise buildings. A large city ...