Talay Hotel & Villa

277/2 Ruamchi Rd., Cha-am, 76120, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 277/2 Ruamchi Rd., Cha-am, is near Kaeng Krachan National Park and Railway Station Market.
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    Travel Blogs from Cha-am

    Elephant Sanctuary - Thailand

    A travel blog entry by stephw89 on Oct 13, 2013

    18 photos

    ... day 3 I was the leader on Nam Phon, helping to teach newer people. My spare time was spent at the volunteer house mostly, hanging with the other volunteers or playing card games with the group. There is a bar which is open 3 times a week, which was great and had cheap drinks. Week 2 - This week I also spent being the leader on Nam Phon, as she had become my baby, and my favourite. The week was the same routine, and had met some new volunteers which ...

    School trip

    A travel blog entry by loesdeparade on Feb 22, 2013

    19 photos

    ... Something really odd happened, although I don't believe in fortune telling and I know what many skeptics (are) think(ing), nevertheless the message was very accurate and clear to me. I know what I must do.At 8 pm we passed by Korat and the school bus dropped me at the bus station for I was going to Bobby's apartment and jungle tours near the Khao Yai National Park to meet my friends at last.


    Fishing Village and Shopping

    A travel blog entry by katemel on Jul 10, 2012

    89 photos

    ... souvenirs’. On our way back we stopped at a 7-11 equivalent which really gave us an idea of where all the Asians who move to Australia and start up shops come from, as it sold just about everything you could think of in a small space.

    After a relaxing swim Nana, Pa, Phil, Evelyn, mum and I all headed out to Da Restaurant for our last sit-down dinner; to ‘welcome us off’ as Mum had said. Thailand produced its first sunset while ...

    Faeces on your brush

    A travel blog entry by joni.lee on Nov 21, 2011

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... There's a whole bunch of nationalities on the camp site. Thai, Dutch, English, (I'm the only Kiwi and Chinese), German, French, Australian, Bulgarian. Some people are real crack up... I wish I could explain. We also have massive arguments about how to pronounce stuff. I was getting flak for always saying 'eh' at the end of my sentences haha.

  • Coming to the realisation that you don't need much to live. When you ...

  • Cha Am Premium Outlet

    A travel blog entry by katemel on Jul 04, 2010

    36 photos

    ... We got them to drop Mum and I off at the top of the street and we walked back to the hotel via lots of little shops. Mum bought a purple handbag, some candles for the people at work and some table placemats (the same as we bought last time, just a different colour). Lots of the buses here are decorated. We passed a really cool-looking 'nemo’ bus.

    We ate at Arees again for tea but this time the curry potatoes were way too hot. We finished the night with a ...