Haadyao Nature Resort

Address: Chao Mai Marine Park, Trang, Trang, 92110, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Old Town/Hotel Circle area of Trang, is near Ban Chiang and Koh Sukorn.
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    Travel Blogs from Trang

    There Are No Mistakes… 3.2.1. JUMP!

    A travel blog entry by vincentteschel on Nov 17, 2014

    39 photos

    ... and swim. So there are a few restaurants, a few bars, and a lot of cheap hostel bungalows in the woods, or what they call “jungle row” as it is a path over a mountain to Railay Beach where all the resorts and fancy places are.

    Ton Sai only provides power from 6 pm to 1 am. This is because two reasons as far as I can tell. Number one being that it is money that they can’t afford to spend. Two because most of the power is either ...

    Trang Islands

    A travel blog entry by shampoo777 on Apr 15, 2014

    7 photos

    ... to share a beautiful vision of living harmoniously in nature, without damaging precious ecoenvionrments. The isolation of the farm was difficult at times, but sometimes the hardest things are the best for you. After a tear filled goodbye Lucy the Slovenian girl, Claire the French girl, and I headed for the Trang Islands. A chain of islands in the Andaman Sea that are the end of Thailand's towering karst peaks. The ride to the island was as fast as a pin ...

    The tranquil island of Koh Mook

    A travel blog entry by almightyg73 on Apr 10, 2014

    7 photos

    ... really speak enough English but they were at least 20ft long and made quite some noise as their massive bodies crashed back into the water. I was too much in awe and enjoying the sight to get my camera straight out so didn't manage to snap any real decent shots of them but it was immense to see them.

    After a few hours we we docked somewhere on the mainland which we weren't expecting and sat around for an hour wondering what was going on until eventually another boat ...

    Here's Mooking At You

    A travel blog entry by hannah-ollie on Jan 24, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... is amazing how these men do this for a living, and is actually very rare nowadays, as monkeys tend to be trained to do the dangerous job instead. We watched the man climb up a tree about 70 feet tall, in a couple of minutes. Once at the top, he pulled some coconuts off and threw them to the ground, and used a knife for the more difficult ones. None were too hard to reach; he was incredibly agile. At one point, to reach a particularly tricky one, he climbed over the top of ...

    Ko Mook, Thailand: Searching for Emerald Cave

    A travel blog entry by samber on Dec 07, 2013

    ... making a paddle for it. As good as we were on kayak, bumping into swimmers half way through the cave would not have been ideal. On reaching the other side we were greeted by a line of Asians in lifejackets clinging onto a rope awaiting an order to make their way through the cave in conga formation. It never fails to amaze me how much they love the water despite not being able to swim. Give them a life ************** they go happy as Larry. On our ...