Residang Guest House

Address: 87/1-2 Soi. Thanacharoen Rd, Trat, 23000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 87/1-2 Soi. Thanacharoen Rd, Trat.
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    Travel Blogs from Trat

    Up the hill.

    A travel blog entry by holmesaway on Feb 09, 2015

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    ... not resist a banana pancake while walking through the village. For one who looks so slim..... I had a look at the collection of bell tents a hundred metres away up on the hill which are to rent. Rick says that any noise here after ten p.m can result in banishment, although with his help finding them new digs, and perhaps a farewell drink. So we are very lucky to have found this peaceful haven at the end of the island. There are also some very old, unused, ...

    Two Rongs do make a right in the land of smiles

    A travel blog entry by littlebush on Nov 03, 2014

    32 photos

    ... to see how Sanloem compared to its 'bigger sister' island called just Koh Rong just a couple of KM away. If Sanloem was sedate paradise, Koh Rong was New York City. A backpacker haven full of 12 year olds getting smashed. Well that's how it first felt when we stepped off the boat. As we got off the boat we were told to go to a cafe for an 'island debrief'. What? Were we back in school? Or was this some kind of Club 18-30 holiday!? Sure enough we were given an island ...

    A couple of days in Trat

    A travel blog entry by niomioconnor on Jul 06, 2014

    ... to chat me up hence why we got let off without paying anything :D well I'm not complaining ! We then took a minibus to Trat, which is about one and a half hours from the boarder and a small city where you get the boat to get to Koh Chang. We were told this city is a nice place to stop over on the way to Bangkok so we thought why not break the journey up. We found a gorgeous little hostel, with lovely owners, who offered us a room for three people (Olivia left us at Koh Kong because ...

    Koh Chang Day 5

    A travel blog entry by cam_and_leah on Feb 28, 2014

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    ... Defoe. Bit depressing, but not spectacular Stone free bar to drink vodka and listen to some guy play guitar. He starts to play house of the rising sun and a dog in the bar sings along. It's quite hot in here On to Himmels for free cocktails and football replays Back to hut for a phone charge and then past Ting Tongs. No no, PAST Ting Tongs. Oh man we're in Ting Tongs. We got cornered by a wasted blond with a police siren megaphone and so we're in Ting Tongs for ...

    R & R in Thailand (That's rain and more rain!)

    A travel blog entry by swanning_around on Jul 24, 2013

    45 photos

    ... sea and the walkway. There are gaps between the structures and the path in many places where the sea is visible. When the lights went out it was difficult to continue walking as it was impossible to see the gaps. Even worse, motor bikes are constantly ridden up and down the walkway requiring that pedestrians move to the side, not easy when the bike lights destroy your night vision and you can't see the path or gaps. But no-one worries, a few torches and candles came out and everybody carried on. It ...