Aunchaleena Beach Front Resort

Address: 58 Moo 1, Ko Chang, 23120, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 58 Moo 1, Ko Chang, is near Gyeongbokgung Palace, Changdeokgung Palace, Deoksugung Palace, and Deoksu Palace.
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      Back to Koh Chang

      A travel blog entry by mikephamilton on Feb 09, 2013

      ... be stunning if they just cleaned it up. On the way back we spotted a beach that looked empty, so attempted to find it, after trecking across a dusty track we got to the beach, it was beautiful, no one here but us, it was a private resort but no one was home apart from a few local people.

      We sat and ordered a drink, after ordering fresh coconut the lady gave me a funny look, wondering why i watched and she ordered her husband up ...

      The simple life - the good life

      A travel blog entry by mishies on Sep 25, 2012

      43 photos

      ... the salad from the local veg shop is pretty damn tasty. You can buy feta cheese in a couple of shops here so I have eaten my fair share of greek salads over the last month.

      This damp seasonal weather makes the apartment a damp smelly place to be. Except for the bedroom where I keep the A/C on during the night. Mould starts to grow in places you wouldn’t even think of back home, the ants come indoors to escape the rain, the geckos manage to get ...

      Bangkok to Koh Chang

      A travel blog entry by mishies on Apr 22, 2012

      9 photos

      ... in this heat and humidity. A trip to Trat on the mainland can easily take a whole day. It's very easy to hire scooters on the island (or anywhere in Thailand) but staying longer term it definitely isn’t cost effective. And when a new scooter costs you (urhum, Andy) just shy of 1,000 you might as well buy a brand new one. So that’s what we did. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to persuade Andy that a shiny white Yamaha Filano ...

      The Bongas

      A travel blog entry by beckerworldtrip on Dec 30, 2011

      7 photos

      ... from there the prices went down. Our family would eat for less than $15 most of the time, including drinks and appetizers. That is typical of restaurants everywhere we have been to in Thailand. One night Chris and I ordered a plateful of the largest prawns I had ever seen, prawns of a magnitude I never imagined existed. They had to be twelve inches long. We watched the cooking staff prep and cook them, and we distributed them around the two tables ...

      Lobsters, elephants and Johnny Farnham

      A travel blog entry by mattandnic on Dec 29, 2010

      33 photos

      ... to catch up.

      In terms of actually doing things, Koh Chang was a little languid for the most part but that’s only because we chose to make it more of a beach holiday rather than trekking about too much. Another set of gorgeous white sand beaches and the water was so warm that at times it did feel like you could be floating in a tepid bath. The propensity of the Russian and German tourists to march around in just their speedos was ...