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Best Things to do in Thailand with Family

Travelling with your family is indeed a fun personified. And what about travelling to Thailand with your family? That must indeed be heaven personified! Thailand offers the best in everything – and for everyone. It is the best for travellers of all ages. It has a great deal of offerings – right from aquariums to interactive art galleries to enchanting live shows. What are the best things to do when you are with your family in Thailand? Let us check out the best features of Thailand. If you are ...
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Beach resorts and vegan food in Hua Hin, Thailand

Less than 3 hours drive from Bangkok are the golden sands of Hua Hin, a seaside destination that offers the perfect option for a weekend escape from the city. The options are endless with most major hotel and resort operators having properties in Hua Hin. For us though it was important that we would not […] The post Beach resorts and vegan food in Hua Hin, Thailand appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
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Savoey The Best Thai Seafood Restaurant in Terminal 21 Pattaya

( = || []).push({}); We have not visited Pattaya for many years and recently we revisited the beach city. There is a new shopping mall and it is the Terminal 21 Shopping Centre Pattaya. It is owned by the same owner of Terminal 21 Bangkok. The concept is the same but this mall is bigger than the one in Bangkok and almost twice the size. The are two ‘planes’ outside of the mall, a small private jet and a commercial size airplane. If you are look...
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Vana Nava Hua Hin Water Jungle Review

Vana Nava Hua Hin Water Jungle’s entrance What to do in Hua Hin? How about visiting Asia’s first water jungle in Thailand? Vana Nava Hua Hin Water Jungle is the first ecologically aware community water park in the region. They literally transformed an empty plot of land into a tropical jungle, with over 200,000 plants and trees delivered from across Thailand in its 20 rai (3.2 hectares) property. We visited Vana Nava Hua Hin Water Jungle when we stayed at Holiday Inn Vana Nava Hu...
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Teen Dayana Yastremska Wins Second WTA Title In Hua Hin

18-year-old Dayana Yastremska already had two WTA titles. [Author: [email protected]]
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Pattaya – The beach of Bangkok, and thoughts on retirement

I’m usually immune to click-bait listicles, especially when they just arbitrarily rank cities. One list that I will always stop to read though is Mastercard’s Global Destination Cities Index. For the 2018 list Bangkok was number one again, which was not a surprise. What was a surprise was to see Pattaya checking in at #18. A lot of that would be spillover from Bangkok, as Pattaya acts as a de facto beach suburb of Bangkok. Even so, the high ranking made me curious enough to warrant a revisit. ...
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Kearney cut at Asian Tour Q-School

Niall Kearney Niall Kearney suffered bitter disappointment at the Final Stage of the Asian Tour Qualifying School in Thailand when he missed the 36-hole cut by one stroke.The Royal Dublin man (30) was tied for 67th after he carded a one-under 70 in Wednesday's first round on the AB Course at the Lakeview Resort and Golf Club in Hua Hin.A late triple bogey there put him under press...
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Kearney set for Christmas at Asian Tour Q-School

Niall Kearney Niall Kearney won’t be digesting Christmas Day turkey in Dublin but in Thailand bidding for his Asian Tour card when he tees it up at the Final Stage of the Qualifying School from St Stephen’s Day.The Royal Dublin player finished tied for ninth at Stage One at Lakeview Resort & Golf Club in Hua Hin at the weekend, carding rounds of 71, 71, 66 and 73 At three under pa...
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How To Travel To Southeast Asia In Style

If you decide to travel to southeast Asia, you can do it in style with our travel tips below. Southeast Asia has a long fascinating history because of numerous foreign takeovers and influences of different countries. Today, it is a famous region among tourists and travelers across the globe. South East Asia has long been a desirable destination for tourists and travelers across the world. After all, it is hard to resist those exotic and tropical getaways dotted with incredible landscapes, su...
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Places on the coast to go camping

There is nothing quite like unzipping your tent in the morning to see the sun coming up over the ocean. Whether it’s a classic white sand beach on a tropical island or a wild and remote shore scattered with driftwood, wherever you are headed in the world, you can usually find a beach to call home for a night or more. Here are seven underrated coastal camping spots that you may not have considered before. 1. Kauai, Hawaii, US Photo: dashingstock/Shutterstock If you have always wanted to go...
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Obsessed with monkeys? Go here.

Monkeys are smart, cute, and irresistibly entertaining. They are also an incredibly diverse group of mammals — there are more than 260 different types of monkeys in the world. All monkeys belong to the order Primates. Within the order, the monkeys are divided into two groups: New World monkeys who live in South and Central Americas, and Old World monkeys who live in Asia and Africa. Apes, the human’s closest relatives, are a sister group of Old World monkeys, but while they can be considered m...
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Thailand’s Best Mainland Beaches

As if straight from a postcard, Thailand’s beaches are synonymous with sugar-white sands, azure waters and swaying palms. Whether you want to relax among tropical scenery or party until the early hours, there’s certainly no shortage of glorious shorelines. While most tourists flock to the south islands, the mainland has just as much to offer for those seeking their fill of sun, sand and sea. Here’s a round-up of Thailand’s best mainland beaches. Pattaya Beach, Pattaya If you’re looking to exper...
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Tourists in Hua Hin warned after first shark attack

Norwegian man suffered serious foot injury
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Silent retreats around the world

Maybe you’re the person who presses “door close” to avoid elevator small talk, or you’re just burned out by the constant cacophony of 21st-century society. Either way, a silent retreat could be just what you need. 1. Hridaya Yoga — Oaxaca, Mexico Photo: Hridaya Yoga If you’re looking for something hardcore, try Hridaya Yoga. It has locations worldwide, but its headquarters are located in Oaxaca, Mexico. Here you can take a yoga workshop, learn how to meditate, or even take class in Tantri...
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Pranburi quiet beach region

I am not a fan of huge beach resorts like in Cancun with all the noise and concrete. That's what you would find in Phuket or Hua Hin in Thailand. Pranburi region in upper Thailand gulf region is about 22.5 hours from Bangkok is a quiet place w
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AirAsia launching Hua Hin flights

Four flights a week service kicks off in May
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Hua Hin welcomes Thailand International Kite Festival

Between March 23rd and March 25th, travelers can enjoy Thailand International Kite Festival in Hua Hin, Prachuap Khiri Khan.  
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4 fetuses found in trash at Thai resort town

BANGKOK (AP) — Police in Thailand say garbage collectors have found four fetuses in the trash at a popular resort town. Police Lt. Sommit Petchpradab said the fetuses were discovered Tuesday by garbage collectors in Hua Hin, 145 kilometers (90 miles) southwest of Bangkok. He said they were found together in a large black plastic […]
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Train Ride to Koh Samui

The next leg of our journey is to Koh Samui for the famous in Thailand New Years Eve celebration and full Moon bash. We had prebooked our train ride on line thank goodness as it was full. The express train from Hua Hin to Sarat Thani is way faster th
Tags: Travel, Thailand, Koh Samui, Hua Hin, Sarat Thani


Hua Hin thailand

On our way to Hua Hin on the coast after turning in our rental Honda. We ended up renting a taxi for the 3 hour drive. Cost a reasonable 75. Delivered to our hotel with all our new baggage.Staying in the Nice residence Hotel. condo . Right on the e
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Sadao Custom Immigration Procedure for Driving to Thailand

Sadao Custom Immigration Procedure for Driving to Thailand We read a lot of mixed reviews on the new Sadao Custom and Immigration Check Point procedure for driving to Thailand. The new Immigration Complex is recently opened since October 2017. This is the new complex after you drive past Malaysia Bukit Kayu Hitam new Immigration Complex. The new Sadao Custom and Immigration Check Point  Since we haven’t been driving to Thailand for years, we decided to self drive to Hatyai and check out the ne...
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Where I’m At: September, 2017 – Singapore Changi edition

[Where I’m At; a monthly update of what I’ve been up to, site news, and where I’m going next.] Greetings from Singapore! I’m at Changi Airport, AKA the best airport in the world. I have a month of travels coming up and I have a few hours here in between flights. To see where I most likely am at follow me on Instagram. Where I’ve Been Saigon I started the month in Saigon, and it has been a deliberate month of staying still to work. I have three big trips planned for the next three months, s...
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Sirima Guesthouse – the last of the old pier guesthouses in Hua Hin, Thailand

Hotel Name: Sirima Guesthouse Address: 31/3, Naresdamri Road, Hua Hin, Thailand I first visited Hua Hun on a one month trip around Thailand in 2008. Back then I was relying on the weighty goodness of the Lonely Planet Thailand. I don’t recall making any online bookings for accommodation in advance, as I was just turning up to guesthouses listed in The Book. What I liked about guide book recommendations (and still do) was the little guesthouses that aren’t listed on booking sites. In Hua Hin t...
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Kanchanaburi to Hua Hin by train (with a bonus stop at the tallest stupa in the world)

Kanchanaburi is west of Bangkok on the Nam Tok railway line, separate from the main north and south lines. This line formed what was part of the Death Railway, which connected Thailand to Burma by rail. There has been proposals to connect Thailand and Myanmar by rail via this route, but for now it remains as just a plan. For travellers visiting Kanchanaburi that means there is a bit of a backtrack to continue north or south. If you have already been to Bangkok and want to avoid backtracking, ...
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Where I’m At: August, 2017 – Saigon edition

[Where I’m At; a monthly update of what I’ve been up to, site news, and where I’m going next.] Greetings from Saigon! I’m back in the home base after a month on the road, so here is a recap of the month that was. Where I’ve Been Seoul My month began in Seoul, where I stayed for a week. Having spent so much time in disorderly Southeast Asian cities, spending time in an efficient and organised city felt like a holiday. I forget how much I like East Asian travel in general, so I should make ...
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Air Asia Plans to fly from Kuala Lumpur to Hua Hin

Air Asia Plans to fly from Kuala Lumpur to Hua Hin Two weeks ago, there is news circulating in Thailand that Air Asia is planning to fly to Hua Hin from Kuala Lumpur. According to Daily News and ThaiVisa, the airports authority (AO) have received a proposal from Air Asia to operate daily flight from Kuala Lumpur to Hua Hin. The famous Hua Hin Train Station. Hua Hin is a coastal town within two hours drive from Bangkok. It is a popular tourist destination for locals and International tourists. ...
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Sirima Guesthouse – the last of the old pier guesthouses in Hua Hin, Thailand

Hotel Name: Sirima Guesthouse Address: 31/3, Naresdamri Road, Hua Hin, Thailand I first visited Hua Hun on a one month trip around Thailand in 2008. Back then I was relying on the weighty goodness of the Lonely Planet Thailand. I don’t recall making any online bookings for accommodation in advance, as I was just turning up to guesthouses listed in The Book. What I liked about guide book recommendations (and still do) was the little guesthouses that aren’t listed on booking sites. In Hua Hin t...
Tags: Travel, Thailand, Accommodation, Bangkok, Hua Hin, Hua Hin Thailand, Guesthouse, Sirima Guesthouse, Naresdamri Road Hua Hin Thailand, Hua Hun, Lonely Planet Thailand, Sirima Upon


Monkey Mountain

Geo 12.569 99.9524 While I was taking half of a TEFL course in Hua Hin there were two weekend field trips that our little class took. The first weekend we were there nothing was planned so three of us checked out Hua Hin39s floating market h
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The long road to Hua Hin

Our time in Chiang Mai was up and it was time to head to the bottom of mainland Thailand to see another part of the country and to visit an old uni friend We had many hours before we were going to catch our night bus to Hua Hin so decided upon one last Th
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The Great Escape: Month 58 Roundup

Oh, my monthly roundups. They are so ridiculously out of sync with real time now (this post is basically one year late, ha ha) that I recently considered axing the series, but I decided to play catch up instead — so brace yourself for a couple of these coming up! However, now that I’m writing on multiple timelines they do serve as a nice roadmap of my archives for those who want to follow my travels chronologically. Apologies for the delay, but I suppose better is late than never… right? Look...
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