Laem Kum Beach Resort & Seafood

Address: 70/1 Moo 2 , Thap Sakae, Prachuap Khiri Khan Province, 77130, Thailand | Resort
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This resort is located on 70/1 Moo 2 , Thap Sakae.
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    Travel Blogs from Thap Sakae

    Heading down the SE Asian peninsula - Thailand

    A travel blog entry by agbucks on Sep 27, 2014

    4 photos

    ... of the King. Similarly for
    Queen Sirikit, the Queen of Thailand whose flag is blue and she was born on a
    Friday…

    *Another feature of today’s drive down the Route 4 dual carriageway are the herds of plastic animals that are placed at various places along the central reservation, particularly in more built up areas. Giraffes, donkeys, goats, elephants to mention just a few. We presume they are meant to cause ...

    Cruisin'

    A travel blog entry by sumac on Feb 23, 2014

    8 photos

    ... But then I was so hungry so would old socks and custard have been tasty.
    By the time we get back to the pier it is pitch black. There is a ring of fishing boat lights trailed across the horizon and on the pier all manner of madness has set in. There are ladies clad in Thai classical outfits all gold and sparkly from head to toe, and troops of dancers and children in fancy costumes all waiting their turn on the end of pier stage.
    As ...

    Bombing around on bicycles

    A travel blog entry by lisajoa on Feb 09, 2014

    8 photos

    ... out. We headed back to the hotel early afternoon before heading out for part two this was to go the other direction in search of a Buddhist cave. It was quite a long way and we got a bit list in the next village but a young boy came over to help us and pointed us down the right road. We found the steps up to the cave and even though you had to scramble over broken concrete to get in there it was worth it a reclining Buddha in the first ...

    Moving south

    A travel blog entry by lisajoa on Feb 08, 2014

    5 photos

    ... see the mountains by the sea in both directions. It was a long walk back down again and we grabbed some bits from the 7 11 before going back to the room for a bit. On the evening we walked to the night market very cheap and no tourists so not busy!! We tried a curry from a local stall and also some coconut water ( not very exciting!) Walked back to our hotel nice and quiet we like it here ...

    Bright as the sun, burning all I choose.

    A travel blog entry by talesoftravel on Nov 20, 2013

    My travels have led me to Ban Krut, the most Northern part of Baan Saphan, a town boarding the sea in the narrowest part of Thailand. Ban Krut, in our guide book to Thailand, "Lonely Planet" has only half a page on it, so we really didn't know what to expect. We boarded a train from Chumphon early this morning, only costing 24 Baht, equivalent to .75 cents for a 2 hour ride.

    Looking online, we literally couldn't book a place ...