Aunchaleena Beach Front Resort

Address: 58 Moo 1, King Amphur , Ko Chang, 23120, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 58 Moo 1, King Amphur , Ko Chang, is near Gyeongbokgung Palace, Changdeokgung Palace, Deoksugung Palace, and Deoksu Palace.
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      Travel Blogs from Ko Chang

      Island hopping commences

      A travel blog entry by hanna.jayne on Feb 01, 2013

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      ... the island. Koh chang is the second largest island in Thailand. And not many people I know tend to venture to the eastern islands of Thailand so I really looking forward to this. Islands aren't as crazy for the partying so I've read but we found out this wasn't so much the case. After we checked in, unpacked (first time since being away!) and got changed we headed out to white ...

      The simple life - the good life

      A travel blog entry by mishies on Sep 25, 2012

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      ... of debris onto it during the night and this also encourages mozzies and ants.

      We dont have a washing machine so I take the laundry to the laundrettes at least once a week. I’m changing clothes at least twice a day here. Occasionally I handwash the odd item or sarong. Our clothes are returned warm and neatly pressed, sealed in a clear plastic bag. This is where they stay until the rain subsides (or of course I wear them), then my clothes stay fresh ...

      Scooting in the Rain

      A travel blog entry by markhaines on Mar 24, 2012

      ... of banana and lime trees, following the bed of the river. There are numerous pipes coming away from the river to the plantation, so I guess much of the water is being used on the land.
      Sure enough we get to the waterfall - well, a pretty small pool of water. Still, the walk was nice.

      As we head back from the waterfall on the moped we drop into the Siam Royal View. This is a private resort ...

      The other end of the beach

      A travel blog entry by beckerworldtrip on Dec 23, 2011

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      ... above the tables and beach chairs. Umbrellas are not need here.

      We moved into a couple of outbuilding rooms for four days, then had to move to the scrubbed clean and white tiled interior of the reception building for a while when the outside rooms became booked. The hotel was reasonable and clean, had a good front desk to arrange trips and had free wi-fi in the building (sometimes). The best part of it was its restaurant that sat out front literally ...

      Lobsters, elephants and Johnny Farnham

      A travel blog entry by mattandnic on Dec 29, 2010

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      ... A good 45 mins later after an enquiry as to the whereabouts of his dinner, it arrived. But not as we expected it. We all expected a huge glowing lobster, regally presented atop the garnish and accompioned by the sauce that had taken so long to make. It appeared something had been lost in translation. It wasn't lobster that Ben had ordered, it was rock lobster, more commonly known as crayfish. Smaller than the king prawns on display, he literally had 3 tiny ...