Pattawia Resort & Spa Hua Hin

Address: 9/21 Moo 5, Pak Nam Pran Beach, Pak Nam Pran, Prachuap Khiri Khan Province, 77220, Thailand | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on 9/21 Moo 5, Pak Nam Pran Beach, Pak Nam Pran.
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      Travel Blogs from Pak Nam Pran

      Bangkok to Hua Hin - Kite Boarding Lessons

      A travel blog entry by cpetitclerc73 on Dec 05, 2014

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      ... Some mornings I took a motorcycle taxi for 50 baht.

      I joined a group off Facebook events of 10 others wanting to take lessons from from Bangkok. Most of them were couples but all were from other English countries. We went with KBA Kite Boarding school. My instructors name was Franko. He was from Italy.
      On the first day (Friday) I met up with the others. They all had got a room close to the school that I did not know about. I actually thought the FB group was ...

      Heading down the SE Asian peninsula - Thailand

      A travel blog entry by agbucks on Sep 27, 2014

      4 photos

      ... health permits.

      *Certainly in this part of Thailand there are no shortage of Royal photos and royal flags. The Thai flag is often flown together with either or both of the Royal flags. The yellow flag with the royal crest is that of King Bhumibol Adulyadej, known as King Rama IX. He was born on a Monday and this is designated as the day of the colour yellow. If a Thai person wears yellow on a Monday, it may be coincidence or it may be ...

      Temple and market

      A travel blog entry by kirby1306 on Sep 07, 2014

      11 photos

      Today we went to the Wat Huay Mongkol temple, it wasn't too far away by taxi so that was handy.



      The Wat Huay Mongkol temple is famous for its enormous statue of one of Thailand's most famous monks, named Luang Phor Thuad – I had read about the statue but didn’t really know what to expect, when you get there though you really do appreciate just how huge this statue is. We forgot it was a Sunday and so it was quite busy ...

      What happend to the sleepy old and quaint town?

      A travel blog entry by somsakyimsiam on Aug 25, 2014

      ... the horse you know what poop.
      Once upon a time no problem as there were not many people on the beach but now it is crowded and full of poop. To make matters worse every year during the late summer and autumn the fish die en masse and are washed ashore, the stench is awful. Jellyfish in earlier times hardly encountered are now abundant in Hua Hin.

      The town is dirty, garbage everywhere the Municipal Government seems to have no time to collect garbage on a regular schedule ...

      Hua Hin- we made it!

      A travel blog entry by rachdan on Mar 10, 2014

      36 photos

      ... also bought out free drinks for us, so we were very happy. Although we loved Fulay Guesthouse, it was on the expensive side, so we found another guesthouse which was pretty much next door for 500B (approx £9) and checked in the next day. The next day, we had a walk to the beach and bartered for some beach towels along the way. We got two towels for 400B (approx £7). After subathing at the beach for an hour or so we got some lunch at a restaurant ...