Allamanda Laguna Phuket

Address: 29 Moo 4, Srisoonthorn Road, Thalang, 83110, Thailand | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 29 Moo 4, Srisoonthorn Road, Thalang, is near Phuket FantaSea, James Bond Island, Coral Island, and Pum's Cooking School.
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    Travel Blogs from Thalang

    Russian roulette

    A travel blog entry by krocodiletears on Apr 10, 2014

    10 photos

    ... the lack of smiles and polite questions is accompanied by a specific manner of speaking. Russian is one the most melodic languages in the world, though one would hardly believe it listening to Russians for the first time. The reason lies within the field of linguo-psychology. Russians are generally afraid of looking simple-minded, naïve or childish, which would make them an easy target for a cheat. So a Russian man will do his best to emphasise ...

    Little Devin all alone in Thailand

    A travel blog entry by devinblackie on Mar 18, 2014

    4 comments, 12 photos

    After a ***** sleep the night after full moon, 30 hours of travelling and waiting on every type of transport you can think of, feeling quite sick throughout the whole journey and plus doing this on my own with no wifi or contact with people, by the time I arrived at Dorothy's house (Harris' godmother) I had officially gone insane. My journey consisted of; a taxi - a boat - a bus - another taxi - a 2hr wait - another taxi - another ...

    Island hopping

    A travel blog entry by tofudan on Jan 25, 2013

    48 photos

    ... and so is pitch black in the middle. You have to swim through it (or you can just squeeze through in a sea kayak) to get to the other side. The reward is the most amazing cove, completely sealed by a towering ring of limestone cliffs with a perfect white sand beach at the base. Hundreds of tourists are boated in every day from surrounding islands but we arrived in late afternoon specifically because that's when all the tourists start heading out. As we pulled up to the cave ...

    End of my motor bike journey

    A travel blog entry by barryhindson on Nov 23, 2012

    6 photos

    ... the sand - it feels so good! There are also casual restaurants not right on the beach. Delicious food at all the places we tried and not expensive at all! Set in a national park, this beach is very laid-back and uncommercial. Now more than 2 hotels, as well as private bungalows. Excellent job cleaning up the tsunami damange! See my other travel descriptions for a better look at the beach and things to ...

    The walk to Big Buddha

    A travel blog entry by vicky_jade on May 27, 2012

    5 photos

    ... smelled like moth balls and had quite blatantly never been washed. That’ll teach us! I think the sense of achievement at making it up there may have outweighed our awe with the Buddha itself, though the views were well worth the climb!

    The walk back was much less strenuous and quicker without the unwanted detours, and we were proud to announce to Toon that we made it...that's all the exercise we needed that week!
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