Rayong City Hotel

Address: 11 Rajbamrung Rd., Soi 4, Amphur Muang, Rayong, 21000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 11 Rajbamrung Rd., Soi 4, Amphur Muang, Rayong, is near Opium Museum, Koh Samet, Laem Mae Phim beach, and The Food Market....
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      A little bit of paradise

      A travel blog entry by tkerrone on Feb 22, 2014

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      ... was up, we showered and then had breakfast. We were impressed by the food offered. After breakfast we went for a walk to explore a bit of the island. I think it may even be possible to run on the main road and we may try it tomorrow morning, before it gets too hot. We spent most of the day at the beach, being very careful not to get too much sun. One of the highlights was lunch. A Thai woman prepared a fresh papaya salad, right on the beach. We also had ...

      One more full day on Koh Jum...

      A travel blog entry by dollyplum on Apr 02, 2012

      7 photos

      ... on a grass mat next to us. When he wakes, he totters over to his Grandma, who gives him a biscuit and jelly in a handy cone for munching. He goes back for seconds, but brings one of each over for Tilly too, so sweet! We say lots of thank you's (kabkoon ka!) to the little boy and his Grandma, who smile back at us.

      After our lovely pampering, we go down for a late dinner/early tea and stay in the restaurant for extra ...

      Ko Samet - The penultimate stop!

      A travel blog entry by tylergretchen on Aug 15, 2011

      5 photos

      To save a little stress towards the end of the trip, we decided to book the last trip through a travel agency. This saves us the stress of hassling with a cab to get to the bus station, hassling with the bus to get some tickets, hassling with the boat to the island, and hassling about the prices at each connection. They pretty much streamline the whole process, and even pick you up from your hostel! Pretty cool!

      So, in the morning we were indeed greeted by a guy, who was ...

      Tubing and other near-death experiences

      A travel blog entry by stephandsarah on May 07, 2011

      5 photos

      ... next bar further down the river, where the staff will haul you in on the end of a rope. Or, as most people do, you can just walk. We chose option 1, enjoying the novelty of floating down the Nam Song in search of our next bucket. And despite numerous tubing-related cuts, bruises and rope burns, plus the loss of sunnies and flipflops (RIP pink Havs, you almost made it all the way) and SRG's traumatic / hilarious near-death drowning experience (body and ...

      Beach bumming in Koh Samet

      A travel blog entry by paul_karen on Dec 13, 2010

      6 comments, 19 photos

      ... great to see them and spend Christmas, New Year & My Birthday in this wonderful country.

      We chose Ko Samet as our first beach destination as it's only three hours away from Bangkok and we have to come back into the city when my folks arrive. For the past week all we have done is swim, read, eat, drink and sleep. It has been bliss. We have a lovely beach hut right on the beach with views of the sea ...