Lima Bella Resort

Address: Sai Kaew Beach, Rayong, Thailand | Resort
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This resort is located on Sai Kaew Beach, Rayong.
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        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Rayong

        Island Paradise

        A travel blog entry by catman4049 on Dec 17, 2014

        11 photos

        ... probably inspired from her Moto ride at the border) and like everything here a simple process of handing over some ID for security (Drivers Licence in my case - figured better than my passport) and 300 baht and we were off without any helmets! Koh Samet is shaped in a large T with the recently concreted main road down its spine and a few dirt track branches to the beaches and resorts. Being only 6 km in length and with speed humps every ...

        Feels like 42!

        A travel blog entry by meganfisher on Mar 15, 2013

        12 photos

        ... from his phone and I will post them.

        I have solved one of my mysteries about Thailand. It appears that there are not as many scooters as one would think because there are so many cars. The government is doing some sort of grant or loan for first time car owners. Needless to say, the roads are full of fancy new cars. It is ironic that in a developing nation, the government supports more vehicles on the road, and at home, we get tax breaks for taking the ...

        Our Main Job

        A travel blog entry by emkay100 on Jun 03, 2012

        1 photo

        ... and thinking that if this had been in Melbourne or Sydney, I would not have been able to afford to walk into the place. So after relaxing and enjoying another nice meal - I paid my 330 Baht and left a 40 Baht tip - about $12 all up. I thought that was a bargain...

        Very happy and pleased with myself, I headed back to the hotel and a good nights rest. I did fine until I woke around midnight and there was a storm raging ...

        Visa Woes

        A travel blog entry by laura421 on Mar 24, 2012


        ... again on April 6. My choices are to do another visa run to Cambodia, for yet another almost $70 (2000 baht), or to stay and pay the penalties, or try to find a flight home on April 6, ten days before my return flight to Montreal. I have been debating whether to renew my contract here with the school, but given all these problems with visas, and the unwillingness of the Thai people in general to ever take blame on themselves, ...

        Koh Samet

        A travel blog entry by domh on Jun 11, 2011

        2 comments, 140 photos

        ... with these proceeds the Thais would rather sit back and get fat. Koh Samet is one of the driest archipelagos in Thailand getting significantly less rainfall than Rayong Province, even though it is only a few kms offshore. The island's "rainy season" extends only from May to July, but even during this season it has less rain that other islands in Thailand. The island, despite being arid, consists of lush forested hills, covered with evergreen and ...