Sabaya Day Spa and Jungle Resort

Address: 304/17 Chao Lai Road, Cha-am, Thailand | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 304/17 Chao Lai Road, Cha-am, is near Kaeng Krachan National Park and Railway Station Market.
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    Travel Blogs from Cha-am

    Unexpected Thailand

    A travel blog entry by elegibson on Jun 01, 2014

    9 photos

    ... was the Klung (canal) ferry. These take passengers along the thin canals which run off the main Chao Praya river. The boats have collapsible roofs for the really low bridges and there are handles you can pull with levers up a tarpaulin to protect you from the spray from the surprisingly enormous waves caused by the boats speeding along. These waterways are thin and so are the boats so there is no room inside for the ticket collectors. Instead they make their way along ...

    Saga City

    A travel blog entry by sumac on Feb 24, 2014

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... in ARoy, a restaurant just off the main drag, and hear all about their recent trip to Burma which sounded quite challenging. We are then delivered to Nana, our hotel, and we promise to try and meet up when we're all back in the UK.
    We are still chatting about this as we are shown to our room. It is decorated with plastic murals of underwater scenes - just like you can buy on a much smaller scale ...

    A lot of Rain

    A travel blog entry by katemel on Jul 07, 2012

    9 photos

    ... loudly; what I would have said was only in over-dramatized movies. While it was raining today I looked over the kiddy-pool which is being fixed in one part, meaning the water is going green and slowly being drained and saw that the water was higher than the spa chairs, I thought it was weird as last time I looked it was lower but assumed they were filling it up again for some reason. When we were walking past I commented that the area they were ...

    Kaeng Krachan Reservoir: abundancy of monkeys'

    A travel blog entry by katemel on Jul 02, 2012

    2 comments, 37 photos

    ... now, possibly because of my Vestibular system) but I wasn’t the only terrified one, we all held our breath and slowly inched across; God was I happy to be off it!

    Our first stop was on a bridge overlooking the dam which explained that it was actually a reservoir, which went for as far as the eye could see, was 90m deep and served all of Phetchaburi and surroundings areas.

    Kaeng Krachan Dam is a multi-purposes ...

    Loch Lomond, Thailand

    A travel blog entry by annasandabroad on Dec 18, 2011

    3 comments, 3 photos

    Both tired, so arranged a lie-in and a less birdy day, pottered round the grounds in the morning, then found a recommended lady who feeds birds by a hide in her garden and enjoyed that for an hour and booked for tomorrow morning.
    Eventually found a restaurant by the huge reservoir which looks just like Loch Lomond with forested islands and hills in the background. Also had a nice walk ...