Wongchan Hat Chao Samran
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Phetchaburi
A brief run down on what Loi Krathong actually is.
It takes place on the 12th month of the Thai lunar calendar on the first full moon on said month (November for us Westerners :o) ). It also coincides with Yi Peng (according to Wikipedia) which is a festival celebrated in the north of Thailand where they traditionally sent Khom Loi (floating lanterns) into the sky. To float a krathong in the water you first light the candle and incense then make a wish ...
... the monkeys some bread so I could take some photos. They then chased them off as I started eating again.
After lunch we went to the supermarket because I wanted to get some ingredients to make something. Well considering I know I feel more confident with cakes than with meals, I persuaded Gayoon that she'd rather eat a cake I made. It was a tough one but Gayoon with a sweet tooth gave in eventually ;o)
When we got back to the house, ...
... hand offered us a lift on his side carriage to our destination at no cost. A saving of 1,143 Baht out of our 2,000 Baht budget today rewarding us with our accommodation, breakfast, lunch and dinner, finally finding a meal under £1. 60p to be exact... and one of the best so far at a local night market. Train booked for our 6 hour journey in the morning to our next destination, Surat ...
... their food. Paul even climb up onto their platform to sweep and hide fruit there. We also had to scatter dog food around for them to go find.
5:00 pm - Waste Management
Paul and I decided to do this and we took out the trash from Food House 1 outside the front gates so that the local cows and stray dogs eat the remains.
After that we had to get ready as we had scheduled a taxi with others to go into Cha Am, the local town and check out their ...
... Waste Management for FH1
We took out the trash to the dump site out front of the center, the cows in the area eat the rest of the fruit and the pigs eat everything else.
5:00 pm - Final Water Round for P2.
Athe asked Paul and I to take this one on our own so the both of us went out to check and make sure all the water pails were full.
After we were done with the last chore of the day, we had a break until dinner time at 6:30 pm each night. We didn't ...
Other places to stay in Phetchaburi
555 Moo 1, Tambol Rai-Som, Amphur Muang, Phetchaburi | Hotelfrom $23
259/9 Cha-am Beach, Phetchaburi | Hotelfrom $25
80/1-5 Moo 1 Anamai Rd., Phetchaburi | Hotelfrom $84
82/6 Moo 6, Petchkasem Rd., Had Chao Samran, Amphur Muang, Phetchaburi | Hotelfrom $40