Purimas Beach Hotel & Spa

Address: 34 Payoon-Namrin Rd, Bangchang, Rayong, 21130, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 34 Payoon-Namrin Rd, Bangchang, Rayong, is near Opium Museum, Koh Samet, Laem Mae Phim beach, and The Food Market....
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      Ko Samet and other adventures

      A travel blog entry by jennagroters on Aug 24, 2014

      1 comment, 36 photos

      ... br>

      The last couple of weekends since then I have just spent mucking
      around Narkhon Chaisi. Last weekend I went to this new shopping mall called
      Central Plaza that has just opened up (it literally opened while we were on Ko
      Samet) about a 10 minute taxi down the road from us. It was pretty exciting. It
      has Starbucks, wine connection, tops supermarket with allsorts of food you
      would have to normally go to a gourmet market in Bangkok to get. It is ...

      Koh Samet

      A travel blog entry by jbasta27 on Sep 21, 2012

      15 photos

      ... it wasn't, it was still very warm. This island stop was a well needed rest, and everyone loved it. I didn't want to leave, but we had to head to Pattaya. I would love to come back here if we can at the end of the trip. But it's on to Pattaya which is a very commercial bigger city on the beach about two hours outside of Bangkok. We arrived in Pattaya to see a city that reminded me of South Beach. Skyscrapers and restaurants along a main road, with beach on the other side. ...

      Laem Mae Phim

      A travel blog entry by gkeo06 on May 09, 2012

      16 photos

      ... 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 ...

      Mosquitoes, Manti and Muay Thai

      A travel blog entry by theharpers on Sep 17, 2011

      2 comments, 13 photos

      ... impending rain, the sea became increasingly aggressive. What should have been a smooth 45 minute cruise in the tropics turned into a bouncy navigation through the grey, miserable waves. We made it, although the grey water looked more like Scarborough than an island in the Gulf of Thailand. We were met off the boat by a herd of songthaew drivers, songthaews are shared taxis. On the islands they tend to be a 4x4 vehicle with benches in the back which ...

      Well, I do have the majority of the deck here!

      A travel blog entry by tffnyhu on May 24, 2011

      ... we started playing cards again, and Jarmo and Tommi taught us a new card game called "Negro"...which was a very basic game, but quite fun to play. Most of the group tucked into bed, but Tommi and I walked along the beach and talked for another hour. The beach is soo nice at night, so we didn't want to go to sleep just yet.. It's very quiet here and very dark, and the sound of waves crashing was very soothing. When you look up at the sky you can see so many stars, ...