Purimas Beach Hotel & Spa
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
Photos of Purimas Beach Hotel & Spa
TripAdvisor Reviews Purimas Beach Hotel & Spa Rayong
Travel Blogs from Rayong
... too. It isn't quite a Benidorm or a Bournemouth but it's pretty full. Mainly Russians and Chinese. It spreads out in both directions from where you enter the beach and the village is designed so most of the rowdy bars and restaurants are down here on the beach - good idea really. There are a few swanky places to stay along the beach but they are very expensive and way out of my budget. I only found this out after looking at a few and the cheapest I could find was 700 baht a ...
... to go to Mr Chows hotel to check it out as it included a free transfer in a safari style jeep (has the 2benches in the back) - not before Chow had tried to fit half of Thailand into the back - it probably designed for 10 people - he was tryna fit about 15! We all went on strike and refused to squidge up!!
Chow had told us his hotel was about 10 minute walk from the centre of Chewang - he obviously didn't brief his sister to go along with the con ...
... to be dozens and dozens of tiny baby crabs! Their defensive mechanism being their ability to burrow deep into the sand as you walked near. (It works, I tried moving around the sand after one went in and it was nowhere in sight.) I walk back towards the local's stalls to see what's on display. The smell of seafood and durian fruit is quite strong but also common around beach towns like Laem Mae Phim and Ban Mae that's close by. I walk back to the hotel ...
... airport, having flown in from Phnom Penh. For once, a welcome committee awaited us, sadly made up of only one person (i.e. Julian). After heartfelt, tearful goodbyes, we put Emily, Tran and Sean on a skytrain to the Kao San road, and then sped off into the night in a taxi. Unlike the Kao San road, which is the tourist hub of Bangkok, Julian has been living in a rented flat on the outskirts of town: it was nice to be finally staying at someone’s house after a string of ...
... us and we could only keep our fingers crossed that it remained dry until we reached the island. Our hopes we soon dashed, as 5 minutes into the crossing, it began to seriously pour down!
At first it was quite comical having bucket loads of water thrown at us every second as the heavens opened, but when it became so dark and foggy that we couldn't see more than a meter infront of us, and 2m waves started smashing at the boat, ...