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What to do in Chonburi [Thailand]? Send questions for Cecil Adams to: Your direct line to thousands of the smartest, hippest people on the planet, plus a few total dipsticks. My partner umop ap! Do any of you have suggestions on day trips, interesting things to see in the town, or attractions outside the town? Also does anyone know whether there is a school for the deaf in Thailand, and if so where? Perhaps that should be in a different thread?
Colibri General Questions Moderator. We took a weekend trip there once to Rayong and also went out to Koh Samet. How long will you be there and what's the purpose of your trip? As far as Deaf Schools, I really don't have a clue. One does tend to see deaf persons in Bangkok working as street vendors. Thailand does not have a social support network like western countries, so I would guess that any schools for the deaf are in Bangkok or north in Chiang Mai.
May also be something in the other expat areas like Pattaya not far from Chonburi and Phuket. I assume you mean Chonburi town and not Muang Chonburi province. Pattaya is in Chonburi province. There are several links for this, it seems to get support from the UK. In answer to your question: Weekend trips are probably out of the question, but shorter trips or day trips may be okay. And, yes, I did mean Chonburi the town, but isn't it in Muang Chonburi?
I can see I have a lot to learn! I'll be there getting a long awaited procedure done. For the curious, a search on threads I started several years back would turn up why. Suffice it to say sitting for extended periods of time will pretty much be impossible There is Chonburi province, and there is it's capital, Chonburi town. I can't imagine you, or anyone else, would want to stay in Chonburi town.
It's not even on the coast. There's simply nothing to do or see there. It's a stop on coastal highway to the Cambodian border or to change buses for Pattaya if you've not taken a direct bus for some reason. Most people go to the province for the seaside "resort" of Pattaya, which IMHO, is the asshole of the universe. Well, Poipet, Cambodia probably wins that title, actually.