Tusita Resort & Spa

Address: 259/9 Moo 1, Chumphon, 86220, Thailand | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on 259/9 Moo 1, Chumphon.
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      Travel Blogs from Chumphon

      DAY 12 OFF TO SAIL THE MYANMAR COAST

      A travel blog entry by juliebell on Feb 19, 2015

      10 photos

      ... mike ...he's quiet ..in his 50s I'm guessing but a nice guy ..oh he arrives with customs crew, who need to do our visas Photo, copy of passport, $170 US and the video the boat and all of us and hang in the galley for at least an hour doing ******** formalities ....we finally leave, just on amazing sunset and head off into the dark ...fun crowd ..loads of laughs Mmm not going to share with Linda ...she snores and gets up 4 times to pee ...mmmm deck looks ...

      Greetings from Chumphon!

      A travel blog entry by reaprice on Feb 01, 2015

      35 photos

      ... international call. So first, it took me like 10 minutes to even figure out how to get the number to go through on my AIS service, all then after being on hold for 15 minutes until I talked to someone, my call was cut off because the funds I had loaded on my Thai mobile service ran out. So I had to go over to 7-11, top up my mobile funds, and call again, only to be on hold for another 20 minutes. It turned out that when I was at the ATM at Suvarnabhumi ...

      Pim's present

      A travel blog entry by jennykelly on Jan 31, 2015

      10 photos

      ... Malaysia. So, back we went, firstly to get the exit stamp on the carnet for Skippy, and then to get the “red triangle exit stamp” for ourselves. We were both pretty jolly about it, you’d think with the number of borders we’ve crossed, we’d have it down pat by now. We laughed and walked and stood from one area to the next and just enjoyed all the motorbikes and riders coming across into Thailand to go to Songkhla for a motorbike convention. ...

      Ferries, trains and automobiles

      A travel blog entry by wattsy on Dec 26, 2014

      4 photos

      ... were in our own cabin, that also had a sink. Two toilets were at the end of the carriage, one Western toilet and one Eastern squatting toilet. Kirsty hadn't realised one of them contained a Western Toilet so had been enduring the squatting toilet for most of the night! It wasn't the Orient Express, but was certainly a step up from the alternative of a several hour bus journey up to Bangkok.

      We settled into the beds, Kirsty opting for the top bunk, and tried to go to sleep for the ...

      Thailand - Chumphon

      A travel blog entry by thailand_dream on Sep 25, 2014

      21 photos

      ... trains rarely get to their destination on time and can sometimes breakdown, but to be honest, this is Thailand, so what's the rush? Onboard you have food vendors walking up and down the carriages with cheap but delicious food and cold water. I had rice and a pork curry served in a bowl made from a banana leaf for 20baht (40pence) and a couple of bottles of water at 10baht each. Also speaking in Thai got the conversations going and everyone was interested about where i was from and ...