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

    Homeward Bound

    A travel blog entry by nangarner on Feb 08, 2014


    ... understanding of the world around you and yourself. Of all the places we have been, Myanmar has had the deepest affect on me. There is such a peacefulness, tranquility, serenity and happiness about the people...from the youngest, to the oldest person. Most of the Burmese live simple lives and they seem so happy. Yes their lives are difficult in many ways, but they are satisfied. It is ...

    Random tidbits for Thailand

    A travel blog entry by crazyjz on Jan 12, 2014

    ... unrest has largely unaffected us. Mass transit can get you anywhere and is largely undisturbed by the unrest. Tuk tuks in Thailand are viewed more as a scam than they are in Cambodia. Koh Chang residents are so laid back. You must stand for the national anthem and the king before a movie is played in a theatre. Siam Paragon and Siam Centre has everything you ...

    Day 17 - Bangkok to Cambodia - Bus

    A travel blog entry by nthnbrwn on Dec 03, 2013

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    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 ...

    Hot Dogs and Asia

    A travel blog entry by orangesky_ on Nov 06, 2013

    Hot dogs are popular here. Like, eat them with your breakfast and eat them with your lunch and then have one for snack. I enjoy me a good hot dog, but they are questionable enough in Canada. I'm hoping pad Thai is next on the menu! Just getting ready to leave the hotel after ...

    Arrived in Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by donnaturner on Jul 20, 2013

    I have arrived safely in Bangkok and it is without doubt one of the strangest experiences of my life. Just navigating around the airports and getting connecting flights has been eventful. I will def never forget this. I arrived at my hostel early and had two hours to wait before I could shower and sort my stuff out. So After walking around and getting lost, trying to make sense of the Thai map i managed to get i made a brave move (even for me) ...