18 Bonsai Garden

Address: 7/3 Sukhumvit 54 Rd., Rayong, Thailand | Lodge
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Location

This lodge, located on 7/3 Sukhumvit 54 Rd., Rayong, is near Opium Museum, Koh Samet, Laem Mae Phim beach, and The Food Market....
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Travel Blogs from Rayong

Bangkok & Beach

A travel blog entry by fromthemill on Nov 09, 2012

11 photos

... and you can choose your mode of transport from the super quick sky train (basically an overhead metro), water taxi, road taxi, rickshaw or motorbike- whichever suits your needs!! We've not yet tried the taxis, rickshaws or motorbikes having become a little wary of offers of an hours ride for 20 baht- that's about 45p so I'm sure that's too good to be true. However, having ventured out on foot a couple of times for any distance in the heat, the rickshaws are starting ...

Highs and Lows of Thailand

A travel blog entry by emkay100 on Jun 06, 2012

7 photos

... On the way was a big highlight for me - Thailand is well known for elephants, but I did not expect to see one. So, how pleased was I to glance across into the fields as we traveled and there was TWO elephants being taken off to work somewhere. Each had a rider on their neck and they walked along not far from the road. It was very exciting.

Special dinner tonight. Ross has promised us a fairly ...

Life's A Beach

A travel blog entry by peterandmelissa on Feb 15, 2012

2 comments, 48 photos

... without having to move unless you needed to pee or cool off. Food would come right to you from the local vendors. There were tropical fruits to choose from that would be sliced and diced when you picked them. You could have a spicy green papaya salad (amazing!) made fresh right at your feet. A little later you could order a piece of BBQ chicken or a pork satay that was cooked right in front of you by someone who carried a smoking grill around on their shoulders all ...

The Island of Steve Thailer

A travel blog entry by mellymcphail on May 26, 2011

1 comment

... onto a rickety old wooden fishing boat which is painted the most vibrant turquoise and with that being my favourite colour I don't really think too much about it sinking unlike Phidel. It takes me ages to even jump onto the boat as it a foot away from the pier and I feel like a right gormless tool once I see everyone else step on, with ease.

A few Thai families get on, a geeky looking man with glasses with a strikingly broad Thai woman, another geeky ...

My Tropical Island Weekend Getaway

A travel blog entry by straykat6 on Mar 05, 2011

2 comments, 15 photos

... looked like the best pick, about halfway down the island (Ko Samet is long and skinny with a pier at the north end). It was described as a beautiful guest house built in a garden setting on a quiet beach inaccessible by road. Remembering my great experience with the secluded beach in Ko Phagnan that I had last May, this sounded like it was right up my alley.

So after a 2.5 hour van ride to the coast, then a 45 minute ferry ride to the island and ...