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

      ... to Prachuap Khiri Khan, almost 100 kms further south of the better known
      coastal resort area of Hua Hin. We intend to detour to Hua Hin and have lunch
      there but are deterred by heavy weekend traffic from Bangkok. Hua Hin has long had royal connections – King Rama VII built a summer palace there named Klai Kang Won ( meaning ‘free from worries’ ) and the current King likes to live there as often as his ...

      Cruisin'

      A travel blog entry by sumac on Feb 23, 2014

      8 photos

      ... using your fingers. John's goes in the bin (it had the potential to make him very messy) and I hand bag mine to give to a street dog later. As we slow to enjoy the last rays of the sun they hand out small sweet (!) chicken pasties. Now I am getting hungry. We are handed a plastic plate - and cutlery! Then they serve us with salt and pepper squid and a kind of salad with battered crispy bits of sea food and loads of chillies - ...

      Bombing around on bicycles

      A travel blog entry by lisajoa on Feb 09, 2014

      8 photos

      ... the bikes and headed of along the beachfront. There is a military area right at the best bit if beach but lots if people seemed to be driving through the gate. We ventured up and the guard pointed us towards an office all we had to do was sign in and we were free to visit the unrestricted areas. Another 10 minutes on our bikes bought us to a fantastic beach. We walked along it first, then grabbed some lunch before relaxing in the deck ...

      Moving south

      A travel blog entry by lisajoa on Feb 08, 2014

      5 photos

      ... Much quieter here no tourists really just locals we walked a mile or so until we found a restaurant and had some lunch there, nice and cheap again. We then climbed a hill with a Buddhist temple at the top. Very quiet we were the only ones around apart from a monk we saw pop out and the 50 or so monkeys at the top! They were everywhere! Breathtaking views from the top of the area. ...

      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 ...