Sea Sand Sun Resort And Spa

Address: 78/4 M.8 Sukhumwit K.M. 163, Pattaya, 20250, Thailand | 4 star resort
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This 4 star resort, located on 78/4 M.8 Sukhumwit K.M. 163, Pattaya, is near Sanctuary of Truth (Prasat Sut Ja-Tum), Koh Laan, Gem Factory Shop, Museum and Tour, and Seafari Dive Center.
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    Travel Blogs from Pattaya

    Fra skønne Koh Samet til "en flad fornemmelse

    A travel blog entry by familiensommer on Dec 15, 2013

    4 comments, 4 photos

    Inden afrejse fra Koh Samet nåede vi lige en tur i det skønne blå hav, hvor Oliver nu havde lært at snorkle så godt at han valgte at fodre fiskene under vandet med brød fra restauranten, det var sjovt at se de mange små og flotte fisk komme meget tæt på! Drengene nåede også en sidste tur i den …

    Hanging around Pattaya......

    A travel blog entry by chuckhillig on Mar 22, 2014

    ... I'm now alone at a hotel in downtown Pattaya. I'm a long block from the beach and about a quarter mile from Walking Street. They have a very nice pool here and, since the weather is warm and humid, having that option is a nice addition. Still seeing some poor families......usually with small half-naked kids...on the sidewalks trying to beg for a few Bhat. However, there were far more of them in Cambodia. ...

    Here come the girls!

    A travel blog entry by danandrach on Jun 07, 2013

    ... just kept saying no and walking on. I didn't really feel comfortable at all walking down the street and we were getting pounced on every few seconds. Luckily no one was agressive though. It was still pretty early in the night and it hadn't really kicked off yet. We got to the end of the street and carried on walking where it was clear to see the high end part of Pattaya was approaching. We came across some nice hotels and restaurants and walked along the pier which ...

    It's A Foot

    A travel blog entry by usatexan on Feb 25, 2013

    171 photos

    ... be considered a Wat. This is only a place for respecting images of Buddha. I learned that the serpent-like things I have been seeing lining walkways and bridges are called nagas. You see a lot of them at temples, and all around town, too. The naga in Buddhism is depicted as a snake or a serpent-like creature. It is a guardian figure that keeps away bad spirits and is a big part of Hindu and Buddhist mythology. There is a lot of ceremony in Buddhism it seems. I see ...

    Long Neck Karen and other tales

    A travel blog entry by turnernz on May 28, 2012

    3 photos

    ... were fairly rusty we were hoping to pick them up for less than five pounds each - our expectations had also been raised by the fact that motorbikes had been going for less than four hundred pounds in the motor auction, which preceded the miscellaneous sale. Alas, Shelley got into a heated bidding war with an elderly gentleman and finally had to admit defeat when they reached eight pounds per lounger - too rich for our unemployed blood. I dedicated a reasonable ...