Racha Thewa

Racha Thewa, Thailand

Hotels in Racha Thewa

Racha Thewa Accommodations (7)
Novotel Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport Racha Thewa

Novotel Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport Racha Thewa

4.00 3592 reviews

999 Moo 1, Suvarnabhumi Airport Hotel Building, Racha Thewa, Thailand

BEST WESTERN PREMIER Amaranth Suvarnabhumi Airport Racha Thewa

BEST WESTERN PREMIER Amaranth Suvarnabhumi Airport Racha Thewa

4.00 834 reviews

68 Moo 2; Kingkaew Road, Rachatheva, Racha Thewa, Thailand

Miracle Suvarnabhumi Airport Hotel Racha Thewa

Miracle Suvarnabhumi Airport Hotel Racha Thewa

3.50 349 reviews

68/102 King Keow Road, Racha Thewa, Thailand

Grand Inn Come Hotel Racha Thewa

Grand Inn Come Hotel Racha Thewa

3.00 112 reviews

99 Moo 6 Kingkaew Road, Racha Thewa, Thailand

Travel Blogs from Racha Thewa

Racha Thewa Travel Blogs (30)
Welcome To 2556, Racha Thewa, Thailand travel blog

Welcome To 2556

A travel blog entry by maxandclare

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... displays (mostly various bars launching them from the beach). The reference to 2556 is because there are two calendars operating in Thailand, the Buddhist one and our western (Gregorian) one. After New Year we headed across to Phuket. After having seen ...

Laundry adventures, Bang Phli, Thailand travel blog

Laundry adventures

A travel blog entry by mikeandjess

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The town we are now living in is less than hospitable to those who don't speak Thai.  Most of the signs are in English and none of the storekeepers within walking distance know much English either. They will, however, be very gracious in their ...

Chinese New Year, Bang Phli, Thailand travel blog

Chinese New Year

A travel blog entry by mikeandjess

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This year the Chinese New Year, or the celebration for the new lunar year, took place during the second and third weeks in February. At first I thought that the only perk was an extra-long five day break from teaching at Nantawan (being a ...

Pidgin English, Bang Phli, Thailand travel blog

Pidgin English

A travel blog entry by mikeandjess

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... during a tutoring session with students.  Then there are the native English speakers who have spent too much time in Thailand and find it appropriate to speak BROKEN ENGLISH during class.  How are the children ever supposed to learn the ...