Sunday, April 15, 2007

Palm Hills in Hua Hin

Not long ago several of the residents of Palm Hills decided to meet together to talk about common issues related to living in Palm Hills.
The result of that meeting was a forum where Palm Hills residents and guests can gather to discuss important matters like traffic, noise, water rates, fees, security etc.
The forum for the residents of Palm Hills is

If you own a house or lot in Palm Hills, or are considering doing so, you'll want to check out these links. You can get insight into what's going on in Palm Hills, and some the problems and the joys of living in Palm Hills.

If you've been looking for a great place to retire , where the weather is warm all year round and the cost of living is low, don't forget to add Thailand to your list.
And if you should fall in love with Thailand, don't forget to check out the seaside town of Hua Hin.
And if you find you just must live near the ocean in warm sunny Thailand, don't forget to check out a golf community called Palm Hills.
Palm Hills is a beautiful 18 hole golf course studded with lakes and bunkers and surrounded by upscale residential houses. Palm Hills is a mile away from the ocean, nestled against the green tropical hills.
Here's a map showing the layout of Palm Hills


Charise said...

Thanks for the Thai recipes link. I hadn't seen that site before!

Mayree said...

Hi, thanks for suggesting me Thai recipes site. Just see the picture, I feel hungry now. :)

JC together said...

Hi Thank you for the Thai recipes link.

Alex said...

Ditto the comments above, cheers for the tip.

Jay's Blog said...

Hamster, thanks much for your tip on the Thai recipes site. It's really great!

Nunuk Ragang said...

Hi thanx for dropping a line in my blog & thanx for telling me bout the site. Currently I can't go in so I'll try again tomorrow & have a look.
Again thanx for the suggestion;)

Am really looking forward to learn every sauces & dips that Thai use for their delicious dishes!!!

Goddess Findings said...

Wow this looks beautiful! I appreciated the link to recipes...Thai cuisine is awesome!!!

Suzy Q said...

Hey Hamster,
I'm an exchange student. I can learn to cook from thai people, because I live with thai people. Please don't spam on my web page. Thanks.

Jennifer Juniper said...


It's so nice to see such civilized and kind comments on your blog. How nice for you :)

Jennifer Juniper

nnatty said...

Thanks for visiting my blog and Thai recipe link :). but I'm 100% Thai... I can cook Thai food more than 30 recipes that you gave me..hahaha That site is good for foreigner to learn basic Thai food. Anyway thanks again for sharing.

JudiB said...

Thanks for the recipe site..really appreciate it.

Judi B.