The Palm Grove Resort

245/96 Moo 3, Sukhumvit Rd, Na Jomtien Soi 40, Chonburi, Pattaya, 20250, Thailand | 4 star resort
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This 4 star resort, located on 245/96 Moo 3, Sukhumvit Rd, Na Jomtien Soi 40, Chonburi, Pattaya, is near Sanctuary of Truth (Prasat Sut Ja-Tum), Gem Factory Shop, Museum and Tour, Pattaya Water Park, and Seafari Dive Center.
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    Travel Blogs from Pattaya

    Hanging around Pattaya......

    A travel blog entry by chuckhillig on Mar 22, 2014

    ... anything you could possibly desire. Everything is negotiable. At the south end of Beach Road, the traffic is blocked off in the evening and becomes THE infamous Walking Street of Pattaya. Lots of street entertainers, bars, musicians, "lady-boys," bands, restaurants,and,of course, touts trying to encourage you to go into their bar to see the girls perform, (live) a wide variety of sexual (and ...

    Here come the girls!

    A travel blog entry by danandrach on Jun 07, 2013

    ... br> Maybe it was a little late but we got on the interent and done some research on Pattaya. I started reading all the reviews on Trip-advisor and soon come to realise we were in the sex central of Thailand. Walking street, which is the road we found ourselves on earlier, this is the place where it all kicks off at night and there is just bars after bars offering.... well I don't need to spell it out. At this point we were starting to regret paying for three nights ...

    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

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    ... his family. The answer is somewhere in between, probably closer to (2), and I take no pride in this admission. [It reminded me of Christmas 2000, when I was working in London and bought all the family Chrimbo presents at Harrods (despite a salary which was probably half that of the average parking meter in London). The gifts were absolute ***** but nothing says I love you and the boy has done well (********* Whittington) than Harrods’ gift packing.] In an ...

    Day 31 - journeying to Pattaya

    A travel blog entry by malinda.egg on Dec 29, 2011

    1 comment

    ... wishing I had chosen to have a special meal), we received ours. The guy asked me if I wanted noodles or frittata, I couldn't really understand what he was saying and so he went to serve the people behind us, the lady on the other side of the cart serving us. I thought frittata was a bit more breakfasty and we both went for that with some good ol' o.j. The meal was 2 has browns, a block of frittata, half a tomato and some bacon. It was decent but honestly ****** ...