Prinz Garden Villa

Address: 8/30 Soi Hua Hin 98, Hua Hin, 77110, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 8/30 Soi Hua Hin 98, Hua Hin, is near Hua Hin Railway Station, Prasat Hin Phimai (Phimai Historical Park), Wat Khao Takiap, and Chatchai Market.
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      Travel Blogs from Hua Hin

      Hua Hin

      A travel blog entry by tktravel on Mar 26, 2014

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      ... After about 45 mins in our taxi, with our driver Woody, we took a 5 minute longboat ride to the base of the hike. The steps were basically carved in the Mountain from hundreds of years of hikers and religious locals. There are no words to describe the cave. It took maybe an hour to get to the cave, the heat and humidity were unbelievable but absolutely worth it. Our taxi friend Woody came with us, and there were a few times we thought he wouldn't make it. For ...

      Hua Hin back to Bangkok

      A travel blog entry by laracamille on Feb 06, 2014

      Missed out on the sun today, had to pack in the morning then head to bus stop, bus was on time which was good and I still can't believe how comfy the seats are considering it's only £6! The bus left at 12 and we didn't get to Bangkok airport till 4, oh how I love Bangkok airport.. I've been there loads of times!�� I found the representative for my hotel ...

      Where do all the people go?

      A travel blog entry by twofoodies on Aug 25, 2013

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      ... Japanese couple who were sitting together also enjoying the view. Then it happened. This demure old lady started singing an aria in Japanese, perhaps a kami mono, singing of a sacred Shinto shrine or deity. Her voice was powerful carrying across the hill and causing chills down our spines. It was such a unique, unscripted moment that we still talk about.

      This was one of those special cherished moments that travel brings to you, a moment we will savour
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      July 27, 2012

      A travel blog entry by robmarfox on Jul 27, 2012

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      ... problem except for the not so friendly big black dog that set the adrenaline levels up a bit. Restaurant was lovely and our table was on sand overlooking the beach. A balmy evening with light breeze, candlelight on the table, with the glow of the squid boats on the horizon. We shared battered king prawns, stir fry prawn and garlic and oysters in glutinous flour with steamed rice. Very nice. A cocktail each and a glass of ...

      Monkey Mountain

      A travel blog entry by laura421 on Nov 26, 2011

      1 comment

      ... monkeys sit on the bells, but I wanted to hear their tones. I mentioned this to my companion, and a young Thai man overheard and told us we could use one of the sticks that are placed there, but that each bell must be hit in sequence, avoiding none. So I chose a stick, and started around. Some bells had lovely tones, others sounded more like a thunk. A large monkey sat on the very last bell, but the next to last bell had the most ...