Thai Garden Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Thai Garden Resort Pattaya
Travel Blogs from Pattaya
... to show off his stylish "Big boy" haircut and skite about drinking all my ginger beer! We had time to ride around the Island again and visit the beaches that we skipped yesterday before returning scooter for 10.am. It was setting up to be a hot day with holiday makers already in their swimwear and on the beach - it's a shame we didn't have another day here instead of pre-booked 2 nights in Pattaya. It was sad to be leaving the Island as we had a really great time ...
... woman is completely magnified in a city that purely provides sex, sea (dirty sea) and seediness. The transformation of Pattaya into the prostitution province began after the Vietnam war when sex on tap became a requirement for servicemen from the states. I'm guessing that after the war finished and the soldiers all left, someone must have thought "we're on to something here". Realising that westerners were attracted to bright lights and such taboos, this lifestyle became ...
... free Wifi, well its sort of free, I have to buy breakfast, it’s a buffet breakfast and they have real coffee, it’s the Green Bottle pub, the breakfast isn’t bad either, and as much coffee as I want
It’s a warm sunny day here, so I’m off to the beach and maybe to try and get a few pictures, (and see if anyone is selling seafood)
There wasn’t too much happening down walking street last night, maybe the rain put everyone off, so ...
... who would grow up together. Our tour guide for the Village was a young lady without toes, and only two fingers on one of her hands (possibly a thalidomide) with a lovely disposition. Inside each house was a large living room, with dining table, sofas, and a modern TV. The walls were adorned with pictures of the "family", and off each living room was a large well equipped kitchen and the mother's bedroom. There were two bedrooms for the children, one for the ...
... I made use of it to keep my passport, camera, etc.
After a short stop at the 7-Eleven for water and cigarettes (80B, about 3 times the price in Vietnam), I stopped of for breakfast. It seemed unreasonable to pay 100B for an English breakfast, but I really was craving food so I paid up. After that I headed to the beach while soaking in the 'sights' as it was. It seemed that the place had been overrun by holidaying Russians and retired Scandinavians. ...