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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      Pattaya. Trips out.

      A travel blog entry by holmesaway on Jan 28, 2015

      5 photos

      ... were like pretty little dolls. A lemongrass cold tea or beer was offered, then a spread of food: thin Chinese pancakes, various herb and salads leaves and slices of hot local sausage, small vegetable spring rolls, fish rolls, seafood, calamari, crabmeat cakes, rice balls, baby veg., dipping sauces, hot and sour soup with pork, etc., etc.. A feast.
      We drove south again it to ' The Sanctuary of Truth', a ...

      To Pattaya

      A travel blog entry by catman4049 on Dec 18, 2014

      8 photos

      Walking through Koh Samet village last night we spotted some amusing slogans - "Free Beer Tomorrow" and we all know tomorrow never comes. Another Bar had a sign at the front - "Hot Beer, Lousy Food, Bad Service" which I took as a play on the usual approaches in Thailand where everything "very cheap, good quality - you buy?" I whizzed up to the 7/11 on the bike (24hr rental) to get breakfast while Ashlee still deciding when to get up and then FaceTimed home quickly. Liam ...

      The Sanctuary of Truth

      A travel blog entry by wherearetheynow on Nov 19, 2010

      3 photos

      Today we were heading for the main tourist attraction of Pattaya (apart from walking street), its called...The Sanctuary of Truth.

      Its a huge temple made completely of wood and its perched right on the tip of the island. We had read that when you arrive there they try to rip you off by charging you an entry fee but it only costs money to go inside the temple not to look from the outside.

      We jumped on ...

      Thailand- no strings attached

      A travel blog entry by derekpottstrave on Apr 05, 2010

      23 photos

      ... we visited was "Ripley's Museum"- Believe it or Not! This building was a land mark like no other really, as it had a full sized aeroplane from the era of WW11, embedded in the outside wall and at first, one could be forgiven for thinking that this aeroplane had crashed there. There were many shops and complexes for entertainment and the local McDonalds store had a statue of Ronald McDonald, greeting everyone in Thai.Mostly Dave and I walked around at first ...

      Bangkok, Thialand

      A travel blog entry by danharriet on Mar 21, 2009

      1 comment, 31 photos

      ... around to various of its main attractions. On the trip into the city our tour guide, Toi, provided us with a quick history of Thailand and Bangkok. She also gave us a glimpse into the lives of the Thai people by telling about her family. One thing that we quickly learned was the major religion was Buddhism and that the religion permeated every facet of the lives of the Thai People. Buddha is not considered a god, but an example of the way a person can live so as to ...