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PRACHUAP / Muang Prachuap


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Over the past several years, I have visited Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Myanmar and in particular traveled a lot in Thailand.

I am now full of all these travels and have lately looked for the "place" for longer stays and in a few years to settle down permanently.

I have visited Prachuap a few times in the past and believe that the city can offer me what I am looking for.

What I have been looking for is a city more reminiscent of the Thailand that once was, which is quiet, has a minimum of facilities, a glorious beach, and a nice harbor promenade as well as a few natural parks at a reasonable distance.

Now I'm off to Prachuap again, this time for an extended period.  You must feel how it actually is before you make big decisions 😊

Should anyone have any experience from Prachuap, I would be very grateful to hear about these.  After all, the knowledge and experiences of others are a goldmine.

I am particularly interested in what it is to live in Prachuap and whether anyone has experience renting or buying a house.

Thanks in advance for any feedback 😊

Peter P.


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