Purimuntra Resort and Spa
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Purimuntra Resort and Spa Pran Buri
Travel Blogs from Pran Buri
... taxi to your hotel. I used google maps on my phone and just walked to my hotel about 7 minutes away from where they dropped me off.
I went to Hua Hin for the long weekend for the kings birthday so I had an extra day to relax and see Thailand. This is where the King lives.
I was quite impressed with my hotel (Sofia Hotel). Location was great. Close to the beach, night life, market, and everything I needed. It was 30 minute walk down the beach to the KBA Kite ...
... timed some of our friends and family. That night we went for a walk into the main town and perused the night market. Walking down one of the streets we came across a Boots, so of course we had to go in. We were out for most of the night and hadn't eaten since breakfast and Dan happened to discover a pizza restaurant so we went in and ordered a take away pizza. We were delighted when they told us it was buy one get one free, so we had two large pizzas and while we ...
I didn't sleep very well last night, think it's because mum leaves me today!! We got up and showered then had our last breakfast together, it was very nice mind you, I got a waffle freshly baked for me and I coated it in maple syrup, it was lush!! I really want a waffle machine now! We got the transfer to the airport, mum checked in then we went down to find my bus stop, and as typical it was running half hour late, when it finally ...
... 3rd class again with a cool guy, chatting **** with the Thais and a funny as lady boy who would make the thais uncomfortable by saying to me over and over (in front of them ) that he /she "is the champion ******* master" (referring to different random strangers on the train).. "velly good".. " you know, im brokin heart , I go australia, i go germany, am the ****ign champion.." haha
We stayed the course and joined the throngs of people waiting in line to acquire proper temple attire. We left finally after realizing we didn’t have enough cash on hand to afford both the admission price and the attire rental. Wandering a little further, we found another temple that required a short water taxi shuttle across the river. This temple was called ‘Wat Arun’. This temple was much quieter and both less busy and restrictive regarding ...