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Novotel Rim Pae Rayong Hotel Thailand

Novotel Rim Pae Rayong

The Novotel Rim Pae Rayong Hotel is a 4 star beachfront resort hotel in beautiful Thailand. Set amongst exotic gardens complete with private beach, the hotel is the perfect holiday destination, a place to relax and unwind.

Enjoy music and drinks at our beachfront bar or a delicious meal in one of the two restaurants. Whether relaxing by the pool, at Novotel Rim Pae Rayong AQUAS health spa, or making the most of our extensive range of leisure facilities, guests are spoilt for choice in the friendly atmosphere of this hotel.




Archive for September 7th, 2017

Thai tanker MGT 1 hijacked, cargo of diesel oil stolen – Maritime Bulletin (press release)


Maritime Bulletin (press release)
Thai tanker MGT 1 hijacked, cargo of diesel oil stolen
Maritime Bulletin (press release)
Thai tanker MGT 1 was attacked by a group of 13 armed pirates, on two small boats, at around 2100 LT Sep 6 in South China sea in vicinity 5 09N 104 17E, some 80 nm east of Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia. Tnaker was en route from Rayong Thailand, Gulf of …
Pirates Foiled in Stealing Oil from Product Tanker off MalaysiaMaritime Herald

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Visit to Thailand for sisters is poignant journey home – The Spokesman-Review


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Visit to Thailand for sisters is poignant journey home
The Spokesman-Review
Bangkok with its 14 million people was overwhelming, so she drove south to her hometown of Rayong. “I wasn't intent to find my Thai family. I just wanted to see the village and countryside, the real Thailand.” They drove by rice paddies and plantations

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Rapid rail link to Rayong set for 2023 – Bangkok Post


Bangkok Post
Rapid rail link to Rayong set for 2023
Bangkok Post
The State Railway of Thailand (SRT) aims to open services for the 193-kilometre long Bangkok-Rayong high-speed Thai-Japanese railway by 2023, with ticket prices starting at 20 baht and adding 1.80 baht per kilometre. The railway project, valued at 215 …

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Rapid rail link to Rayong set for 2023 – Bangkok Post


Bangkok Post
Rapid rail link to Rayong set for 2023
Bangkok Post
The State Railway of Thailand (SRT) aims to open services for the 193-kilometre long Bangkok-Rayong high-speed Thai-Japanese railway by 2023, with ticket prices starting at 20 baht and adding 1.80 baht per kilometre. The railway project, valued at 215 …

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Southeast Asia’s power plants are getting an IoT upgrade- Nikkei … – Nikkei Asian Review

Southeast Asia's power plants are getting an IoT upgrade- Nikkei …
Nikkei Asian Review
BANGKOK Southeast Asian countries are adopting cutting-edge information technology to improve the efficiency and reduce the environmental impact of fo.

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Visit to Thailand for sisters is poignant journey home – The Spokesman-Review


The Spokesman-Review
Visit to Thailand for sisters is poignant journey home
The Spokesman-Review
Bangkok with its 14 million people was overwhelming, so she drove south to her hometown of Rayong. “I wasn't intent to find my Thai family. I just wanted to see the village and countryside, the real Thailand.” They drove by rice paddies and plantations

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Rapid rail link to Rayong set for 2023 – Bangkok Post


Bangkok Post
Rapid rail link to Rayong set for 2023
Bangkok Post
The State Railway of Thailand (SRT) aims to open services for the 193-kilometre long Bangkok-Rayong high-speed Thai-Japanese railway by 2023, with ticket prices starting at 20 baht and adding 1.80 baht per kilometre. The railway project, valued at 215 …

and more »

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Visit to Thailand for sisters is poignant journey home – The Spokesman-Review


The Spokesman-Review
Visit to Thailand for sisters is poignant journey home
The Spokesman-Review
Bangkok with its 14 million people was overwhelming, so she drove south to her hometown of Rayong. “I wasn't intent to find my Thai family. I just wanted to see the village and countryside, the real Thailand.” They drove by rice paddies and plantations

Add comment September 7th, 2017

Southeast Asia’s power plants are getting an IoT upgrade – Nikkei Asian Review

Southeast Asia's power plants are getting an IoT upgrade
Nikkei Asian Review
This will be the first such project in Thailand and is expected to cost several million dollars initially. GPSC will introduce the system to other plants, depending on the results from Rayong. The PTT group is eyeing internet of things technology for

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Visit to Thailand for sisters is poignant journey home – The Spokesman-Review


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Visit to Thailand for sisters is poignant journey home
The Spokesman-Review
Bangkok with its 14 million people was overwhelming, so she drove south to her hometown of Rayong. “I wasn't intent to find my Thai family. I just wanted to see the village and countryside, the real Thailand.” They drove by rice paddies and plantations

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