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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)