The Tide Resort

44/1 Bangsaen Beach 1 Road , Chon Buri, 20130 , Thailand | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on 44/1 Bangsaen Beach 1 Road , Chon Buri.
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Travel Blogs from Chon Buri

Joanne Thomas sent you an invitation

A travel blog entry by milnikjo on Jul 14, 2013

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The Ocean

A travel blog entry by joefeather on Mar 06, 2012

52 photos

Same day, a little further down the
coast in Chonburi, was a beach called Nang Ram. This would be our
final stop of the day, and probably the highlight of the student's
entire trip. Here, the teachers all sat around a table in the shade
and ate a lot of food. The students all went swimming in the blue
water, with lots of clothes on. Isaan culture is very conservative
and the students dressed accordingly. I wore a shirt also to hide my

Mornings with the Monkeys in Koh Jum

A travel blog entry by elizacass on Jan 20, 2012

2 comments, 16 photos

... cat, as I like to call him, is usually always booked at a fancier bungalow operation where some poor underpaid Thai worker who is the bellhop/ cook/ taxi service and now has to schlep this guy’s bag. There are a few of “those” kind of places on this island, that cater the fancier crowd, but most of it is very simple, with dirt roads and no cars or ways to withdrawal cash. So you have to be a little more prepared when heading out to these more remote ...

The Mother of All Sports Days

A travel blog entry by caiter on Feb 21, 2011

1 comment, 5 photos

Thursday was the epitome of Sports Days at Anubanchon. We've been building up to this day for weeks, training during all non-instruction hours (and, often, during classes). The kids were primed and ready, and I was ready to be done with it all. A little while before Sports Day, we were instructed to tell the office our size for our new sports shirt. This was to be worn with our Friday sports pants. It was, of course, to be made of ...

Relaxation on Koh Jum Island, last stop in SE Asia

A travel blog entry by davina55 on Feb 15, 2011

16 photos

... 8217;t actually go to Koh Jum island instead it stops mid sea, whilst long tail boats from the island come out to join the ferry and then you transfer to the long tail mid sea. At this point I was thanking my stars I had decided to leave my main rucksack in the hostel in Bangkok because it would have been interesting carrying the weight whilst balancing on planks of wood to get to the correct long tail boat.

So, my adventure began as I got into ...