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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Sea Orchid Pattaya
Travel Blogs from Pattaya
... on a moto over to a secluded beach on the other side of the island, about 10 minutes away. Spent the day chilling, and swimming - as this beach was rubbish free with an inviting clear blue sea! We very much, and I say we, including Amelia - the used to be non-fish eating person, enjoyed a shark and papaya salad lunch. For dinner we went back to the same stall for the third night in a row, but this time I found a chicken's foot in my curry! I wasn't sure about eating this, so I decided ...
... at Elena's and got my mother on facetime, all well but very cold she said. In the evening we went to Nicola's, our favorite pizzeria who opened a new restaurant practically around the corner. He made it real nice and Sicilian style, Nicola's father Carmelo walked in and he a real fun guy so we chatted away while Nicola made a really great thin pizza ! Really one of the best ever, not a crumb was left when we finished! Than we drove into Pattaya and walked a bit ...
... system is effective and very cheap in Bangkok and Thailand in General. The Sky Train and subway systems cost 20p for one stop (!) and I paid 50p for 4 stops on the way to the bus station today! Fantastic service too. Previously in Thailand I have used private taxis to get from Bangkok to Pattaya so now I know my way around I decided to slum it and use public transport lol. Taxi usually takes around 2 hours and costs ...
... supposedly valuable paying customers, then the majority of Thailand is a great example of this.
Our three days in Pattaya eagerly awaiting Mitch’s arrival were mainly spent, reading, swimming and chilling out during the day where our evenings were spent people watching in utter amazement at the goings on in Walking street which can only be described as Blackpool on steroids. I think it was fair to say, ...
... Hilux, which I'm looking forward to driving - and took the shortish drive to the grandly named 'Dolphin World & Resort'. This was a bit of a misnomer as the bulk of the park - which in its literature boasted of shooting ranges, ATV and horse riding, a fishing lake and various other activities besides its obvious main attraction - was under construction and as a result all that was open was the dolphin show pool, and side pool (where one could take ...