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Thailand with Family

Looking for a nice location to go with my family
10 years ago, April 4th 2009 No: 1 Msg: #68214  
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I'm travelling with my wife and 3 kids (10, 4 and 1). We are looking for a nice location to stay for a few days at the beach.
We are looking for nice but not too expensive hotel, bungalow or beach hut (around 2000 baht or less per night)which proposes rooms for families with 4 beds.

I'm also thinking of just going without booking (just the first and last night in Bangkok). Is it easy to find places to stay on place for families?

Thanks for your help.

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10 years ago, April 4th 2009 No: 2 Msg: #68220  
Hello Guy 😊

Just about eveyplace in Thailand is nice with kids. I took my daughter there a couple of times when she was 5. People are extraordinarily helpful and understanding.

Most of the beach huts are doubles, but they are usually right next to each other so you could get 2 of them.

Booking is not an issue if you want to stay in beach huts. They cant be prebooked anyway.

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10 years ago, April 4th 2009 No: 3 Msg: #68221  

10 years ago, April 4th 2009 No: 4 Msg: #68224  
Hello Guy 😊

This is in response to your private message.

I posted about my favourite beach place so far, in the thread linked to in Msg 3. Those huts are pretty much one the beach. The one I stayed in is family run and very trustworthy in my expereinece. I forget the name of it, but it is directly to the right of Sarisas place. There arent huts big enough for your family, but I dont think there will be any danger if the kids are in the hut next to yours. Or you could sleep in one hut with some of the kids and your wilfe in another with the others.

This place also has a cafe and the daughter of the family does the cooking and is very good at it. At least that is how things were a few years ago when I was there.

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10 years ago, April 7th 2009 No: 5 Msg: #68563  
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Thanks Mell for your valuable inputs.

Kind regards,

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10 years ago, April 14th 2009 No: 6 Msg: #69452  

We spent a day at Nongnooch Tropical Garden and Resort in Pattaya, Thailand, and could barely keep pace with the place where there's so much to do and see. It's a place where one can happily spend the entire day. It's a mix of serenity, pleasure and novelty - landscaped gardens, Thai cultural shows, photo-ops with a tiger and chimpanzee, and the enthralling elephant-performances!
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