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For almost 20 years, I have cherished our beautiful hidden gem hotel Rabbit Resort, located in Jomtien, Pattaya, Thailand.  It was a dream of my husband, Khun Paisan and I (Mr. and Mrs. Rabbit) to build this resort.  Since opening in 2000, more than 350,000 travelers have stayed with us. Every minute has been a pleasure, coupled with very, very hard work – easily 24 hours a day, 7 days per week. Now, I would like to share with you a weekly Hotel Diary behind this marvelous, iconic resort.  The Rabbit has an unseen energy of its very own giving peace, quiet, calmness and comfort to guests. 1999 Everything started in 1999, after the

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