Coral Keys Bungalows

Address: Soi 5, Takiab Bay, Hua Hin, 77110, Thailand | Ranch
 
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Location

This ranch, located on Soi 5, Takiab Bay, Hua Hin, is near Hua Hin Railway Station, Prasat Hin Phimai (Phimai Historical Park), Klai Kang Won Palace, and Chatchai Market.
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    Travel Blogs from Hua Hin

    Black Mountain Water Park

    A travel blog entry by leeadventure on May 27, 2015

    3 comments, 9 photos

    ... Three of them are high up fast scary slides, and there is one wide yellow slide that lots of people can slide down at the same time. I was only brave enough to go on the blue and white one, the wide yellow one, and the tube slides. After that we headed to the lazy river. It was very fun. It goes under bridges, under sprayers, and beside flower gardens. After we were done lazing around on the tubes we went and got some pop from ...

    Hua Hin- we made it!

    A travel blog entry by rachdan on Mar 10, 2014

    36 photos

    It was about 10.30am when we woke up at Baan Sonboon Guesthouse. After a much needed sleep, we got our stuff together and checked out. We set off searching the streets of Hua Hin for another guesthouse. We were spoilt for choice! We soon realised, Hua Hin was full of holiday makers, Western fast food chains, guesthouses, hotels and Tailors. We had seen a recommended guesthouse in our Thailand guide book (Fulay Guesthouse) so headed there as our point of interest. By ...

    Holy smokes, I'm in Thailand!

    A travel blog entry by kaela_bean on Dec 18, 2010

    5 photos

    ... the middle of the road, hell let's go in the wrong lane for fun and only go back into the right one when a car is at your windsheild. Ah yes, the joy of Thai drivers. It was insane to see bright yellow tuk tuks, and pictures of the king almost every ten yards. They really are possibly the most patriotic country I've ever come across. Hmm, that makes me sound like a seasoned traveller...really really not. Every time they cross a temple or a portrait of the king, gone our the hands on ...

    Ok...One MORE End-of-School Celebration!

    A travel blog entry by schipper on Jun 04, 2010

    68 photos

    ... www.plearnwan.com/en/home.html. After that, we travelled the city a bit more, grabbed some Mexican food at Terrace 90 (http://terrace90.com), and headed back to do some work on the condo.

    Afterwards, we headed back in to the city with the intent that we would keep it "low-key" this night since the previous night was pretty wild. We came upon a sportsbar called "Play." That had a golf simulator, so Walter was in his glory. They also had TVs playing sporting ...

    In the jungle, the mighty jungle

    A travel blog entry by yakob1976 on Oct 06, 2008

    1 comment

    ... night under the canvas, apparently I am too important to be away from school for a day. We speed away from the gorgeously isolated beach that was to be the second night's campsite aboard a rickety speed boat as we began our journey home. Weary, proud and ready to go again at the drop of a hat. Apparently Hannah also had a lovely weekend. I will do my best to persuade her to write on here also, you all know how I hate to be centre of attention. Hugs all round for ...