Thip Residence Boutique Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThip Residence Boutique Hotel Krabi
Such a lovely hotel, nice location away from the built up Ao Nang area, great staff, lovely gardens, and simply the best restaurant. Cant fault this hotel and would recommend it to anyone
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We arrive in Krabi 20 mins late, but are soon met by our luggage and our transport arrives shortly after. We are taken to our hotel, where we un pack and head out to lunch, we visit a local restaurant and order some fine food, Sarah ordered a pineapple filled with rice and cashews, no mention of any meat on the menu, but it arrives with chicken on …
... Exhausted from our climb, we decided to turn in for the night. Hogwarts even provided us breakfast of toast, cereal, fruit and coffee in the morning before we caught a taxi to the airport. We would be flying from Krabi into Bangkok, then Bangkok to Yangon, Manmar.
Arriving in Bangkok, Ben and I had 6 hours until our next flight so not wanting to just sit around in the airport, we hopped on a bus and headed to the Chatuchak Market. The place ...
Today we made our way back from Railay beach :( we checked out and sat around the pool for a few hours, and now I am completely sun burnt. We jumped on a boat to ao nang then went to Starbucks and had a little nosey around some of the shops (in which we bought presents for home) and then jumped on a bus back to Krabi. We came back and refreshed ourselves before going to grab some quick dinner and getting a lovely coconut oil massage and pedicure. A perfect way to end the ...
... foods. We rented a bicycle and took turns touring the island. Caleb discovered and fell in love with snorkelling on two separate boat excursions.
Still, I was ok when departure day came. The Swedes were not very friendly, as they had their own established community. I was eager to head to Khao Sok National Park, with a brief stop in beautiful but touristy Ao Nang. I didn't even learn how to say goodbye in Swedish.
After the fiasco with my camera lens I was desperately wanting to escape from Krabi - nothing wrong at all as it was stunningly beautiful but I was still feeling bummed about my lens and deep down I couldn't shake it even though I had my small camera as a backup.
I had chosen a bus which would leave around 1pm so I had a relaxing morning and lunch before leaving. I had breakfast, relaxed and finished packing up everything before checking out and hanging out with the ...