Rainbow Arokaya Holistic Longevity Center & Health Resort

168 Moo 1, Tumbol Hua-sai, Chachoengsao, 24110, Thailand | Resort
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This resort is located on 168 Moo 1, Tumbol Hua-sai, Chachoengsao.
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    Travel Blogs from Chachoengsao

    On to Burma

    A travel blog entry by nangarner on Jan 26, 2014

    7 comments, 14 photos

    ... The tuk tuks weave trough traffic like motorcycles, and then they go through tiny alleys to avoid some of the major traffic jams. There were a few times when I thought we might flip over sideways, but our driver was very good. Unlike India, they don't use horns. The drivers make eye contact and seem to decide who goes first by a nod. Weirdly we saw no traffic accidents. Luckily we weren't in one! We laughed a lot and saw a lot of Bangkok areas that tourists don't get ...

    Chatuchak market

    A travel blog entry by jktravel2013 on Dec 22, 2013

    2 photos

    ... a brief mention in the blog!!) and were given a map of the market on the way in. How many markets need a map?! Once there we discovered a huge range of products which unlike some of the markets we have been to were not repeated every ten stalls! The food was good and the weather was lovely. We walked around for a few hours and bought a few things before ordering ...

    Day 17 - Bangkok to Cambodia - Bus

    A travel blog entry by nthnbrwn on Dec 03, 2013

    12 photos

    5am and my alarm clock is making that god awful noise. Without thinking about snoozing for another 9 minutes I was up, holding no hostages. The taxi was arranged to be here at 6am, so this gives me at least 45 minutes to trawl the internet for more information about the "Scambodia Border". This is my main concern for the day. I have read horror stories on the internet of corrupt police coming onto the bus just before the Poipet border and ordering passengers to get off to do ...

    The most gullible Australian

    A travel blog entry by matt746 on Sep 28, 2013

    ... make it or the true story but a little generosity in life can go a long way. As I had to rush to get my plane (nervous checker in and all, it was a distant home I would ever hear from her again. The Canadians have been so nice to me I thought I should repay the favour in some way, I just home it was the right thing to do. My flight to Singapore now departs and I have a faint plan of maybe heading to little India to see if the now redesigned tapas bar I know is still ...

    June 13 - Bangkok Day 3

    A travel blog entry by kerrycball on Jun 14, 2013

    7 photos

    ... and it was delicious! It was a very similar meal to what we got in St Louis before leaving. We had spring rolls and pad Thai and pork Satay with yellow curry. It was so good. I had the traditional Thai beer called Singha. We took our time eating since it was raining pretty hard. We got a total of five entrees and it was equivalent to $14 dollars!!! Everything here is so cheap. After lunch, we went back to the Khao San road area. We walked around there for a bit and I bought a ...