Prima Villa Hotel

157/22 Soi 16/2, Moo 5, Pattaya, 20150, Thailand | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 157/22 Soi 16/2, Moo 5, Pattaya, is near Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden, Pattaya Beach, Jomtien Beach, and Mini Siam and Mini Europe.
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    Scuba Dive Day

    A travel blog entry by masonsineurope on Apr 20, 2014

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    ... I went for a walk about after the haircut and went and got a two hour massage. The Massage Lady I think was in her 50's if I was to guess - but very strong. She dug those elbows right into my shoulders and deep down into the muscle. Im feeling it - a deep massage first up off thte bat.

    Houston - I think theres a problem. I think Songkran and the Water Festival is playing up with me. I got some water thrown ...

    Helping Hands

    A travel blog entry by lottieevans on Jun 19, 2013

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    Yesterday morning we had our second Thai cooking lesson. It seemed more advanced than the first and we had to step up our game! I encountered lots of ingredients I had never heard of before; jellied mushrooms, fried garlic, palm sugar. We also had a different chef teaching us who spoke good English which was handy as he gave us some useful tips. I learnt a new Thai word; 'Om' which means something smells good! We cooked a shrimp soup, pork red ...

    Crossing the Border

    A travel blog entry by usatexan on Jun 04, 2013

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    ... a building. It makes me think, I have not seen one piece of carpet on any floor in any building since I have been traveling. It is always ceramic tile floors. Still, you have to remove your shoes at all the houses and a lot of hotels, and all the wats, and many other places.

    We bought lunch from a seller. It's sticky rice. She put it in styrofoam containers and we ate it later. There were no eating tools given. The boys showed me how you just eat it ...

    Kitesurf Thailand Sector 60 V1.5

    A travel blog entry by freespirit-40 on May 06, 2012

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    ... br>
    As far as the Sector 52 goes it maybe great for a supper lightweight rider ie 50kg or below but i think you need to read between the lines on Airush's description as it states for a light weight rider ( think they mean very light ie 50kg or below ) and then it states or for a heavy rider in strong winds. I feel this board is more adapted for this rider. I feel the board has too much fin for its size. I also ...

    Day 34 - a temple and heading to Chiang Mai

    A travel blog entry by malinda.egg on Jan 02, 2012

    ... painted mural in the world I think they said. We wandered about and saw the intricate details on all of the buildings. The grounds were amazing and even the leaves on the trees were shaped into perfectly round balls around the palace.  Afterwards we headed back out and then went on a smaller boat down the canal. To get on this boat we had to jump onto the front of the boat abs hop in through the front as it swayed on the choppy ...