Nova Platinum Hotel Pattaya
Travel Blogs from Pattaya
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On my second day in Pattaya, I made my way to the open zoo. After some hard bargaining with several taxi drivers, I managed to lower the fare down from most driver's starting bid of 1500 bhat to a much more palatable 800 bhat. I had to walk away several times with my brother's favorite line ("I'll think about it" - I think it actually became his nickname at the markets), and it helped ...
... and everything looks so good and smells even better, but, call us wusses, we decided against it this time around. To be fair we justified our choice in the knowledge that we have a trek coming up that we want to be well for, and in the next 4-5 months there are sure to be many other opportunities to try the infamous "street meat"! NIGHT MARKET One thing definitely worth checking out if you ever get to Bang Saen is the night market. Again, markets are synonymous with ...
... The primary reason for our visit was to enable my botox to be topped up - my forehead is now officially sweat and emotion proof. We had decided that a chilled night in front of the TV was in order, or this at least is what the girls had determined, and that was the way things unfolded until Shelley and Leyla went to bed at around midnight. Two hours later and Phil and I had demolished a bottle of whisky and a bottle of vodka, and were ...
... area. The house had an open patio type thing with heaps of cookers beneath, dining area on the side and inside a little room for demonstrations. We ended up cooking Tom yum soup, chicken stir fry, pandan curry, pad Thai and we were shown how to make and then served mango sticky rice. Everything tasted so good but there was way too much food to eat it all. We all headed back towards the hotel on songtails, incredibly full with food. On the way back ...
... have several different dishes of curries with many different spices and served with a variety of Indian type breads (to scoop up the food with your hand). We did get some meat - primarily chicken, lamb, mutton and fish/seafood. They use white pepper vs. black pepper because it has more flavor. My favorite combination of spices was called masala which I loved in the tea with milk. They had great ice cream and we loved how they chopped up the fruit in VERY small pieces and served ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center