Category: Thai Resorts

The second terminal opened at Utapao Airport (Pattaya)

A few days ago, the official opening of the second passenger terminal took place at Utapao International Airport (Pattaya). The opening ceremony was attended by Prayut Chan-Ocha, who is the Thai Prime Minister and Minister of Defense of this country. Before the official opening, all airport services for some time worked in test mode. The …

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Sai Kaew Beach (Pattaya) – Big overview + Video

Sai ​​Kaew beach (The Military beach in Pattaya) is one of the cleanest beaches in the area of ​​this resort. This is a great alternative for those who are tired of holidays on the island of Koh Lan and the daily trip there by ferry or speed boat. The Sai Kaew beach is very picturesque …

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Bridge to Koh Samui can become a reality

During the visit of the Minister of Tourism and Sports of Thailand to Koh Samui, the idea of ​​building a road bridge between the mainland and this island in the Gulf of Thailand was discussed. The Minister was shown the design of such a bridge that connects the Donsak pier area in the province of …

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S44ROOM Hotel in Bangkok (Sukhumvit) – My Review

This page provides an overview and my review of the S44ROOM Hotel in Bangkok. In the capital of Thailand there are a huge number of hotels, but I always choose a hotel for a very long time that meets most of my requirements. The main ones are: location in the city, transport accessibility, comfort during …

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Sanctuary of Truth – the main Attraction of Pattaya!

Pattaya is well known as a seaside resort and a city of nightlife. But there are interesting sights in Pattaya that you can visit while relaxing in Thailand. The Sanctuary of Truth can be called the main attraction of the city, because it is not just a very beautiful and high wooden temple, but also …

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Getting from Bangkok to Koh Kood and back

Getting from Bangkok to Koh Kood and back

Koh Kood island in the Gulf of Thailand is one of the five largest islands in Thailand. At the same time, it is Koh Kood hat is the least populated island, the beaches of which have preserved all their natural beauty and charm. Koh Kood is located near Cambodia in the southeastern part of Thailand …

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