The Sunset Village Beach Resort

Address: 89/5 Soi Nachomtien 52, Pattaya, 20250, Thailand | 3 star resort
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This 3 star resort, located on 89/5 Soi Nachomtien 52, Pattaya, is near Elephant Village Pattaya.
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      A travel blog entry by carrhaughan on May 05, 2014

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      ... well clear! We manage a good 50+ minute dive then head back to the boat. While de-kitting we catch up with Steve – seems like he’s taken to it like a duck to water, dropping to 10m on his dive and not really needing Wayne to manage his buoyancy very much (Steve’s a super-good surfer and lifeguard so he’s used to being in open water a lot which no doubt helps!) We enjoy a nice lunch on-board, then get ready for the second dive ...

      Bearcat Heartbreak

      A travel blog entry by burmacho on Jun 28, 2013

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      ... shrimp, squid, and fish, and I had deep fried sea bass. The deep fried sea bass was the best; I'd order that again for sure. I normally love yum moon sen (usually with just squid and shrimp), and this one was decent, but the fish that came with it sucked. The mussels were good though, which I don't usually like that much. And the crab might've been good, but each one was so small it was hard to get more than a few ...

      Planet of the Apes

      A travel blog entry by turnernz on Jun 13, 2012

      6 photos

      ... rest of my life, vying for power with Alpha...The monkeys were becoming more confident with us and one jumped on Phil's shoulder to grab a drink. When Phil tried to repeat this for a photo opportunity, disaster struck as the monkey decided to bite Phil's neck. It was less than savage, and only left a minor graze, but was enough to encourage us to beat a hasty retreat to the boat. Bite aside (and I think Phil was secretly quite pleased to have such a tale to tell) ...


      A travel blog entry by larasati.ega on Mar 24, 2011

      14 photos

      ... to avoid something wrong -____-"

      and Then we go to Ripleys museum, it held in a mall...Fyi, we bought a pass ticket around 300,000 IDR, so we can go to four place in the same time which consist of Ripleys museum, madam tussaud, mystery alley, and i don't remember the last place but it full of glass then we must to looking for the ways to get out.

      For lunch, we had lunch in the roof top, which is ...

      NEVER DIY your bus journey

      A travel blog entry by jen_and_gem on Mar 09, 2011

      ... the majority of the people around us were Russians! Got off the boat and directed to some sunbeds and we spent the afternoon soaking up the sun. Pretty hungry at 2ish so decided to order from our sunbeds, went for a tuna sandwich, turned out to be 150baht each (3quid - wouldn’t even pay that in England) for a small, soggy waste of space – not impressed.

      Time flew by and we realised the taxi boats for our big boat was soon leaving so we had ...