Pan Beach Bungalows

Address: 105 M.4 , Krabi, 81000, Thailand | Campground
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This campground, located on 105 M.4 , Krabi, is near Ao Luk.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsPan Beach Bungalows Krabi

        Reviewed by chapdeluc

        Bungalows #1

        Reviewed Aug 24, 2014
        by (23 reviews) Montreal , Canada Flag of Canada

        Un étroit chemin nous mène, impromptu, vers on ne sait où... Soudain on peut apercevoir au loin le mot «PAN». Nous y sommes. À l'oasis. À l'Éden. Au Paradis. La plage à perte de vue. La mer à perte de vue. Nos papilles qui en perdent la vue... Esseulé, cet endroit est un trésor. Son or ? Il faut y goûter...

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        TripAdvisor Reviews Pan Beach Bungalows Krabi

        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Krabi

        Some of the best Bangkok Phuket packages

        A travel blog entry by sophiamiller on Jun 26, 2014

        ... the tourists decide on the itinerary on their own. Whether it is a pre-fixed package or a customised one some of the services provided by tour organisers are common. A half day city tour, Marine Park tour and a safari tour in Bangkok are among common offerings. All these packages are seemingly attractive, however, tourists should check out the terms and conditions such as the cancellation policies of the travel agencies before booking any particular package.

        On the Beach

        A travel blog entry by siyaya on Jun 05, 2014

        6 comments, 15 photos

        ... beers! (The saleslady told us that her name was Florence Nightingale!!!) The sentences if guilty of any wrongdoing in Singapore are pretty drastic and we were interested to learn that men have to do compulsory army training for two years.

        We had a lot of time to kill in Singapore as our train to Kuala Lumpur only left at 11:30pm from Woodlands Station – some way outside the city centre. Having been a long walking day, we were ...


        A travel blog entry by shellyandmarts on Apr 01, 2014

        85 photos

        ... to cough up. Anyway, the less said about that the better.

        Next big stop will be Kanchanaburi, a few hours west of Bangkok and the scene of the infamous bridge over the river Kwai. A place I have looked forward to visiting since discovering my great uncle has a memorial stone there for his service during world war 2 and as a prisoner of war. We get there via bus to chumphon, an overnight stay in a hostel, train to Bangkok and then train to ...

        Krabi Town

        A travel blog entry by alexandmollie on Mar 05, 2014

        2 photos

        ... it's not great! After our food, we went back to the hostel, and planned to go to Ao Nang the following day as that's where the nearest beach was, we then had an early night as we were still wrecked from chiang Mai and our hectic week. The next morning, we headed back to where we were the night before where it was a little busier, and paid £1 for the half hour drive to Ao ...

        Krabi Town, Railay and Ao Nang

        A travel blog entry by hoponholiday on Feb 22, 2014

        8 photos

        ... a photo or two but it was even more breathtaking in person. We visited both east and west Railay beach, and then upon Zara's suggestion we set off to find Tonsai beach, which incidentally led us on an unplanned hour long hike up a cliff and through some forest - it was beyond worth it when we found it. We had dinner and drinks at an oceanfront restaurant and the shrimp was the best I've ever had. After happy hour we headed back by tuk-tuk and it ...