Royal Wing Suites & Spa
Travel Blogs from Pattaya
I plan to take a bus from Battambang to the Poipet border to cross into Thailand in a couple of days. It's about 100 kilometers from Battambang. A tuk tuk will pick me up at 5:30 a.m. and take me to the bus station.
I tell Samnang my plans to leave in a few days. He says not to take the tuk tuk to the bus station. He wants to pick me up on his moto and take me, so he can say goodbye at the station. I tell him that is very early for him, but he insists ...
... vehicles in the car park, the clientele comprised the movers and shakers of Pattaya, and sure enough inside was a famous Thai restauranteur, the Pattaya radio DJ, the Welsh auctioneer, various other westerners (generally middle aged guys in golf attire with young Thai girls in short skirts and impossibly high heels) and some miserable but important looking Thais (presumably corrupt officials/bar owners).
With a name like ...
... 8221; on such a short, innocuous, stretch of road, which looks all the more uninviting in the downpour of the rainy season. It would be a lie to report that I didn’t feel like a hero when marching proudly down this road, being called into bars by literally tens of women but - having read about the life of prostitutes in this region - the overall sentiment is one of pity and self reproach. Welcome back to Thailand…
... bacon and a little slice of frittata. Going around I also grabbed a Danish. At our table they poured us freshly squeezed orange juice which was made with different oranges to the usual Australia ones. It was really delicious and tasted so fresh. I ate my bits and pieces then went and got a piece of each fruit chunk and 2 little bits of sushi. Everything was so good. Ryan and I then wandered back in again heading to the pastries, but then this ...
... 11 of sukhumvit, purported 5 star, i give it 3.5-4 at best) and off aileen and i went on our first wat. (wat = temple in thai) we took the MRT metro system to huaphomg station (sp?) and then hailed a taxi to the temple. gorgeous place and houses one of the largest reclining buddha's in the world. will post pictures once i'm back in the states. anyway, we walked around wat pho for an hour and this place is picturesque. due to the hot april weather, there weren't too many ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility