Lada Guesthouse

Address: , Ban Niang Beach, Khao Lak, Thailand | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on , Ban Niang Beach, Khao Lak, is near Khas Mahal, Musamman Burj, Jama Masjid - Fatehpur Sikri, and Akbar's Mausoleum.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Khao Lak

Day 7 - Adventure Tour Day

A travel blog entry by harts2015 on Apr 20, 2015

3 comments, 24 photos

... other people for the white water rafting. We couldn't believe how many rafts there were. We estimated at least 50! We were fitted with life jackets and helmets and led down to the river. After a few instructions we hopped into our raft (just the 4 of us and 1 guy at the front and 1 at the back) whilst waiting for all the other people to be loaded into rafts. The flood gates were then open sending water gushing down the river. We were off along with everyone else. I ...

The Greatest Monument to Love

A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Feb 13, 2015

36 photos

Our trip through India has certainly been filled with plenty of first time experiences, and our time waiting for our train to Agra was no exception. When we arrived we had about an hour to wait before our train was expected to depart so we found some comfortable seats on a bench near the main platform and relaxed. We had grown pretty used to the sights and sounds of India at this point, but it was really interesting to see that really nothing changed when we made it ...

Delhi's little brother; Agra

A travel blog entry by chris93savory on Jan 23, 2015

3 comments, 7 photos

... least, and marvelled at the intricate marble and stone designs of this 400 year old Kingdom, which took 90 years to construct! On route to the Baby Taj Mahal, we stop off to see a marble crafting shop, of which material Agra Fort, Baby Taj and of course Taj Mahal are fully or part built with. We arrive at the Baby Taj ...

The local bus journey.

A travel blog entry by figiel on Dec 23, 2014

Let me share the locals call bus journey with you good people! Imagine an old bus, say 40 years old. Something that should have been taken out of service many yeas ago. Now remove some of the bumpers, smash in all the panels, slash the seats to give them that worn-in look. Replace the standard horn with a louder unit. This upgrade is essential! All the windows rattle, the ones that are actually still in place anyway. The doors need a bit of steel ...

One Full Circle - Same Same But Different

A travel blog entry by shyam_t on Nov 08, 2014

8 photos

... the past we could actually go into the tower where Shah Jehan spent his last days, looking across the Yamuna at the Taj. I recall standing in that marbled tower, by the window where Shah Jehan may have lain - with a clear view of his beloved Mumtaz Mahal's mausoleum. Today, the tower is closed off, and the view of the Taj shrouded in smog and haze.

We made a quick stop at a place that did marble inlay work (all Very Expensive) before heading back to the hotel.


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