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be sure to stop by one of the authentic noodle shops - tasty and affordable. I rode my bicycle through and highly recommend walking or biking... don't take a motorized vehicle as you will miss the opportunities to slowly see the place.
I have many Australian and other overseas friends and receive a lot of visitors who need looking after. I always include Yomjinda Road on the "must see-must do" itinerary I prepare for them when I show them around Rayong City and Rayong Town.
This area of town was once a bustling waterway trading hub which lost its significance in modern times. Some years ago the local community decided to revive the street. Nowadays the streets are lined by 100-200 years old beautiful houses. Wooden Thai houses, Chinese stone...More
This week I have friends from Australia staying with me, so it was time to put on my tourist guide hat and show them the sights of Rayong.
High on the list was a visit to Yom Jinda Road, also known as Old Town Rayong....More
Yom Jinda Road is quite unique, it like a town 75 year ago, narrow street, very old shop houses, few old houses that like old museum,containing old pictures and relics
can also get some foods,thai sweets ( best sticky rice)
This is like going back in time strolling down narrow cobbled stones in the old town of Rayong. There are many small dwellings which are open to the public on certain days of the year. It is a very traditional Thai place as no one...More