Recommended GT Rider Spots Contacts in East'n Thailand

Discussion in 'Eastern Thailand - General Discussion Forum' started by DavidFL, Dec 8, 2008.

  1. On this thread list your fave Guesthouses / Restaurants / Night Spots / Mc shops ........that you use & like to hang out at.
     
  2. Guys, a cheap and very good 3-Star Hotel I use once 'drowning' in Pattaya:
    http://www.thaigarden.com/
    From Sukhumvit Road you turn into the Pattaya North Road and pass the traffic light with 3rd Road, a little further down and the Thai Garden Resort is on the right hand side. It has also a very recommendable Pub called: "Moonriver Pub".

    For double the price and next to the roadcross North-Pattaya//3rd Road is the Mantra Pura on the left hand side which I use on occasion: http://www.lkpattaya.com/
    Rooms are very luxurious as is the whole styling of the Hotel.

    More to follow..............Cheers, Franz
     
  3. Franz in a 3 star hotel?! Hard to imagine!!! :wink: :wink: :wink:
     
  4. Hi Captain

    Thanks for your tips related to eastern destinations.

    In Trad I used to stay in OK guest house. Large bungalows from 150 to 420 Baht (bathtub to recover from a ride) - I appreciate the own covered parking in front of my door (as it rains 8/12 months javascript:emoticon(':(') )

    Pizza in Trad is a new tip. Usually eat in the night market or at the restaurant on the left just a bit before your Pizza tip.

    Aran: not to miss the Gay Vietnamese food (namely Kanom Bueng) just a bit down the road from your THIP kitchen, but they close around 6 p.m.

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  5. Hi Colin

    finally i catch your trips,,(What happen in Sisaket and you know what,,Noo not that one,, about your trip report issue,,,we talked abt)

    So this Cool Corner issue,,
    "Home made English sausage,,,is that Thai food or Western food?? :lol:
     
  6. Nice place to stay just out of Pattaya .... Villa Wanida ..... between Sukhumvit road and the "new" rail-road-bypass-stupid-road. Big rooms, swimming pool, a lot of secure parking. But out of the city.
     

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