Ban To Guest House

Address: 22/6 Chao Fa Rd., Krabi, Thailand | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 22/6 Chao Fa Rd., Krabi, is near Koh Pai, Tup Island, Ao Phra Nang, and Hat Noppharat Beach.
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Travel Blogs from Krabi

Mr Krab-i

A travel blog entry by colmandmaureen on Jan 24, 2015

7 photos

We were expecting this journey to be a long and exhausting one, especially knowing we were not going to see a bed for the night. We left Siem Reap very sad, but a pro was that we were on a cool mini van to the Poipet border. As it was a van and not a bus, the journey only took us three hours. We unloaded the bus and was given a red sticker so we …

Bangkok is ace but it's nae bonnie

A travel blog entry by jocramond on Nov 18, 2014

Day 2 of Bangkok and the Jet Lagg is definitely getting worse so my beautiful, intelligent mother gave me this brilliant idea of doing a blog so in years to come when I have my mid life crisis or menopause, have loads of babies screaming about the place and Emma nipping in my ear this will just remind me of how amazing my life used to be, haha!! Anyway less of the future and more on now. When we first arrived here I was very ...

Ao Nang and the 7 Islands Sunset Tour

A travel blog entry by kvstark on Oct 11, 2014

2 comments, 12 photos

... I had opted for the 'long tail boat' version of the tour, instead of the 'speed boat' because it was cheaper and I doubted that it was really going to make that big of a difference in my experience (it didn't). The pier where we got off had stilt houses off to the side and just generally looked very traditional. I guess some people who got picked up earlier had been waiting a long time, but when we got there, we got right into the boat.

The ...

Flip Flop

A travel blog entry by 1girl1bag on Jul 29, 2014

4 photos

... a massage. I had a simple foot scrub and massage which turned out to be a cheese grater being used on my feet and the worlds most painful calf rub. All well worth it though and my feet look brand new. Kerry had a traditional Thai body massage which involved a Thai girls hands, feet and even elbows sinking into every available spot of skin for an hour. The grand total for this was another 4 ...

The beach

A travel blog entry by jennystolborg on Jul 16, 2014

1 comment, 24 photos

... enthusiastic Thai chef. During the class we learnt about different sauces, how to prepare traditional Thai chicken soup, we made a green curry paste and we cooked chicken satay (our favourite), red curry, penang curry, sweet and sour vegetables, fried noodles and chicken with cashew nuts. Yum Yum Yum. We were given a cool little cookbook to take away so we will definately be making some of these dishes again when we get home :) Once again we both enjoyed cooking and eating our ...