Aunchaleena Beach Front Resort

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, Deoksu Palace, and Deoksugung Palace.
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    Travel Blogs from Ko Chang

    I love my toilet!

    A travel blog entry by annahildreth on Feb 13, 2014

    Last four days in Thailand...tent for 100 baht? Why not?
    My tent's a basic two man tent in a beautiful thai family's back garden on top of a small hill. My neighbour, aside from the thai family, is a 32 year old swedish guy with issues. He has already survived cancer but wakes up and immediately drinks a shot of the local whiskey after a decent sized bong! In looks he reminds me of Fagan from the newer BBC production of Oliver Twist! He sees himself as a ...

    Happy New Year !

    A travel blog entry by mishies on Jan 11, 2013

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    ... on the bike if you dont have outer layers.

    A trip to Koh Kood

    Just before I fell sick, my husband and I escaped Koh Chang for a couple of days and ventured to a neighbouring island - Koh Kood. This was a beautiful wedding present given to us by a group of our friends who all clubbed together to get us a romantic speed-boat get-away to a paradise island. Our speed boat left Bang Bao around 9am and stopped off to drop off other passengers at other smaller islands on route ...

    Dogs, cats and crocodiles!

    A travel blog entry by mishies on Aug 13, 2012

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    ... water-spray guns. Any (humane) tips to ridding us of the cat?

    While I’m on the subject of animals, I have seen photographic evidence that there are 2 crocodiles living in a lake approx 1km away from where we live! The local rumours are saying a guy who used to live here bought them to skin them and make bags out of but sold up his shop and left the crocodiles here. The most worrying thing about the whole story is.......there used to be ...

    Here comes the rain (again)

    A travel blog entry by turnernz on Mar 24, 2012

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    ... bridge assembled to the side of it as an alternative crossing was for Evil Kenevil only.

    With miraculous timing we landed back at base just as the first drops of what are rapidly proving to be a tropical storm of note were beginning to fall, and the only way which I may get back to the mainland tomorrow morning will be if I'm lucky enough to be one of two homo sapiens selected for Noah's Ark which I am expecting to pitch up soon...
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    Elephants, zip lines, hurricanes and swirlies!

    A travel blog entry by beckerworldtrip on Dec 22, 2011

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    ... and below the zip lines and other contraptions designed to transport the guests from tree to tree. We were all a bit nervous about this one, and Estela decided right from the outset that she did not want to go. In retrospect, I knew she had made the right choice. We all fitted ourselves in well worn-in harnesses and put on ratty, hole-infested gloves. Mason, who is eight years old, was not really allowed to do this, according to the disclaimer I had signed, but he fit the ...