Honey House - Patong Beach,
66/30 Soi Kebsub, Patong ,
Honey House Guesthouse
is located just 100 meters from the beach in Patong. 16 nicely
decorated rooms come with air-con, cable-TV, fridge/minibar and a
private bathroom with hot/cold shower.
room has a safety box in the restaurant reception area. Room
service is available at opening hours of the
Restaurant, which is located on the ground floor.
The famous Paulaner Restaurant located in the Honey
House offers you a choice of delicious Thai and German dishes all freshly
prepared by our chief cooks.
The Restaurant is open from 9 am to 22 pm Breakfast
from 45 Baht, international spirits, the famous German Paulaner beer all is
available at the Restaurant. Our service staff is always friendly and
welcomes you to our Paulaner Restaurant.
Throughout her long history, Thailand has gently absorbed immigrants. Many
were skilled as writers, painters, sculptors, dancers, musicians and
architects, and helped enrich indigenous culture. People inhabiting Thailand
today share rich ethnic diversity – – mainly Thai, Mon, Khmer, Laotian,
Chinese, Malay, Persian and Indian stock – – with the result that there is
no typically Thai physiognomy or physique. There are petite Thais,
statuesque Thais, round-faced Thais, dark-skinned Thais and light-skinned
Thais. Some 80% of all Thais are connected in some way with agriculture
which, in varying degrees, influences and is influenced by the religious
ceremonies and festivals that help make Thailand such a distinctive country.
Theravada Buddhism is the professed religion of
more than 90% of all Thais, and casts strong influences on daily life.
Buddhism first appeared in Thailand during the 3rd Century B.C. at Nakhon
Pathom, site of the world's tallest Buddhist monument, after the Indian
Buddhist Emperor Asoka (267-227 B.C.) despatched missionaries to Southeast
Asia to propagate the newly established faith. Besides moulding morality,
providing social cohesion and offering spiritual succour, Buddhism provided
incomparable artistic impetus. In common with medieval European cathedrals,
Thailand's innumerable multiroofed temples inspired major artistic creation.
Another reason for Buddhism's strength is that there are few Thai Buddhist
families in which at least one male member has not studied the Buddha's
teachings in a monastery. It has long been a custom for Buddhist males over
twenty, once in their lifetimes, to be ordained for a period ranging from s
days to a months.