The Privacy Beach Resort & Spa

Address: 252 Moo 3, Sam Roi Yod, 77120, Thailand | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on 252 Moo 3, Sam Roi Yod.
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Travel Blogs from Sam Roi Yod

Dolphin Bay

A travel blog entry by curlisue on Dec 15, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... and pastors etc as a place to get away and relax. Wow, it is amazing. Gorgeous grounds, huge pools, beautiful views, great rooms, and food - delish! It definitely feels like we are on holidays now... We had a walk along the beach in the afternoon enjoying the incredible beauty of this amazing place. We are all feeling so blessed to be here. All our meals are included during out stay at Juniper Tree except for ...


A travel blog entry by marie.channer on Nov 30, 2014

1 comment, 86 photos

... the monkeys to bring the tourists in because there's nothing else to see or do in Lop Buri- sad but true!! Paul filmed the monkey madness as we walked down the road and a monkey on the roof of a car hissed at me!! Scary!!! Back at the temple, Paul found some sweetcorn which he broke up and held out to the baby monkeys who took it out of his hand and ate it- it was really sweet!! When we'd had enough of the monkeys and the heat (there was nowhere to ...

Lots and lots of old temples and ruins

A travel blog entry by fayerowe on Jul 31, 2014

... they come right up to you in the street. But they're also good at acrobatics. May have had a chuckle to myself as I saw one walking across 2 electric wires over the street, and a group of others were taking it in turns to climb up a post and slide down one next to it. funny little things.

So that's that. Tomorrow im getting the night train down to the islands (yippiee!). Have got a bed on this, and ive heard some quite interesting stories about the night trains, so we'll ...

The ancient capital

A travel blog entry by simoncole on May 24, 2014

8 photos

So we could miss Bangkok whilst the political troubles continue we stopped at the city that was the capital of Thailand for 400 years. It is a great place to cycle round with old many old temple ruins set amongst well kept parkland. The old city is effectively an island, surrounded as it is by rivers and canals.



Chao Sam Phraya National Museum

A travel blog entry by cleotup on Mar 06, 2014

77 photos

... The oldest stone images in the museum belong to the Dvaravati period (7th-8th century). These include a large Buddha seated 'in European fashion' said to be from Nakhon Pathom, and the relief image of a Buddha seated in peaceful meditation. At the foot of the stairs is a wooden figure of a Garuda - a mythical man-eagle-which once graced the bow of a royal barge(17th-18th century). Royal barge processions were one of the most opulent and elaborate ceremonies of the annual ritual ...