Bari Lamai Resort

Address: 124/2 Moo 6, Laem Mae Pim Road, Klaeng, Rayong, 21160, Thailand | 4 star resort
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This 4 star resort, located on 124/2 Moo 6, Laem Mae Pim Road, Klaeng, Rayong, is near Opium Museum, Koh Samet, Laem Mae Phim beach, and The Food Market....
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    Travel Blogs from Rayong

    Cambodian Fire Guys

    A travel blog entry by orangesky_ on Nov 09, 2013

    ... say that is not an exaggeration. "Holy abs". First thing I said when I saw them. Next you must not be afraid of fire (pretty obvious). And last but not least you must have a special set of skills. Maybe not Liam Neeson special set of skills, but absolutely the kind where you can throw a ball of fire 20 ft in the air and still be able to catch it as it comes down. Fun fire poses: - standing on one person's shoulders while both spinning a ...

    Back to Bangkok tomorrow

    A travel blog entry by valetroy on Mar 08, 2012

    4 photos

    ... chips on the menu. Quite the best
    dinners I've had this trip - Sunday roast in Chiang Mai was late lunch!!When
    I was being a conversationalist in Luang Prabang we discussed our
    favourite food. At home mine's Thai, but I was craving mashed potato
    and carrots and broccoli and gravy till I found Red Ginger. Once I find
    a steak pie I'll be happy to go back ...

    Koh Samet

    A travel blog entry by domh on Jun 11, 2011

    2 comments, 140 photos

    ... mermaid which guided him to Ko Samet can be found on the Hat Sai Kaeo beach You will also see the odd Thai man with a metal detector scouring the beaches for treasure while being barked at by dogs. Another little oddity is that many of the islands dogs have shorter legs than a dog should and thus you see many of these strange looking dogs wobbling around the island and the bigger dogs seems to take great pleasure in picking fights with them. Apparently ...

    Bikini Waxes, Psycho Cabbies and a Bomb Threat

    A travel blog entry by s.l.taylor on Mar 14, 2011

    31 photos

    ... Chris. That was a funny night; I took Miya and her two Thai friends, Oim and Oil, to the 7/11 supermarket - jesus, what a nigthmare - it took me about half an hour to get them out of the shop, they ran wild! Then I met Wel, Oim and Oil's nan. Well, what a character - I've never known anyone to have such a filthy sense of humour, vocabulary to match, and to top it off, such a strong Thai accent that it made everything the more hillarious. She had us in stitches; especially ...


    A travel blog entry by warren.limbert on Dec 08, 2010

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... train itself was old and the first thing that Cathy and I saw when we boarded were Cockroaches and lots of them!!! All be it small ones no larger than an inch. But where they lacked in size they made up for it in sheer numbers. Our Carriage was a sleeper with no air con, but this was actually a plus because we had a seat each and the windows opened. It was very cool and relaxing. When the guy came around to ask what we wanted for Dinner I asked him ...