Santisuk Beach Resort

263/3 Ruamchi Rd., Cha-am, 76120, Thailand | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cha-am

Hairdressers and Cha Am Night Market

A travel blog entry by katemel


... t be too old if their still receiving milk.

Back at the hotel mum showed me her side, just under her bra, and there was a line of bites which were also on her stomach and legs and were apparently very itchy. Mum thought it might have been a flea bite. We went for a swim to see if the cold water would help but had no success. She went and asked Nana if she had any cream to use and was given Calamine lotion that they covered her bites in and she went to bed itching ...

Terminal 21, Cha-Am and Puktien Beach

A travel blog entry by katemel


... and life-rings. Walls were wrapped in rope.

LEVEL 4 San Francisco – City Street (Colourful bakery/traditional bakery)
'San Francisco's sourdough bread is world-famous for its distinctive taste with secret ingredients. Using bread "starters" – an ancient method of making bread with a fermented mixture of flour, water and yeast, loaves of sourdough bread are baked uniquely, with sour tang, crispy-chewy on the outside, airy ...

Hello Thailand

A travel blog entry by macstuiver


We left Siem Reap in a private taxi to go to the border and we would see there how we would get to Bangkok, options were either, bus, train or taxi so should not be a problem. After 2.5 hours in taxi that drove normal (Marc totally relieved) we arrived at the border where we had to leave Cambodia and get into Thailand. No problem, took about 30 minutes the whole process and then on the other side, what are we going to do? As usual people come up and ...

Trapped by Monkeys!

A travel blog entry by joebella44


... for a bit of lunch and a chill out on the beach. We went into Hua Hin again for tea, ate at Onn Onn the Corner - we actually ended up in here by mistake, we'd meant to go into Moon Smile and Platoo but had walked into this one thinking it was Moon Smile (Moon Smile was actually shut that night). Worked out really well though as was good food, and unbelievably cheap, I think we paid 235 baht for 2 courses and 2 drinks! Loving the cheap food in Hua ...

Floating Market

A travel blog entry by katemel


... turns out we were only going to the Big Monk. - biggest in South Thailand. The monk had the biggest ears I’ve ever seen - it was so funny. A proper monk then opened up the monastery for us to look in, it was beautiful, around the outside it was full of statues and on the inside the walls and roof were painted and there was a statue with mosaic tiles. This monastery was 6 months old and took 10 years to build. It was replacing another across the ...


This hotel, located on 263/3 Ruamchi Rd., Cha-am, is near Kaeng Krachan National Park and Railway Station Market.
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