Aura Resort & Spa Hotel Phuket

Address: 92 Moo 3, Baan Na Tai, Naiyang Beach, T. Sakoo, Thalang, Thailand | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 92 Moo 3, Baan Na Tai, Naiyang Beach, T. Sakoo, Thalang, is near Khai Island and Boat Lagoon.
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Travel Blogs from Thalang

Phuket you had us at the scooter hire...

A travel blog entry by conansarah on Jan 22, 2015

... other beauties and then suggested we visit a dragon cave thats just up the road from where we are staying.. We stupidly did this in 33oC temp, 70% humidity and very much sweating like two chimpanzees at a banana market. We finally stumbled to the cave that was actually closed due to renovations!! Ahh well.. Time to trek all the way down the road weaving in an out of scooters and parked cars, back to the oldest and suppose to be the most ...

Lots more cars, trucks, boats and ferries.

A travel blog entry by wine2nite on Sep 15, 2014

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... originally. Phi Phi is darling- has a lot of character. There are no cars or motorbikes allowed, only walking and 2 wheel bikes. the roads are all "block" and are more walk ways. Luggage and supplies get carried around in big wheelbarrow like contraptions. You really have to get out of the way when they come through. We found a nice little place with balcony and wifi for 500 bt a night.






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BAN JAN FOOD DIARY

A travel blog entry by threewanderers on Aug 12, 2013

... all poured loads of red curry on our rice and began to eat, it was alright, until 2 minutes later when suddenly our mouths were on fire. The teachers kept offering us water, but it was tap water and we can't drink that. So instead we suffered in silence whilst Becky explained how much she loved the food to the headteacher.
Dinner: Egg fried rice and an onion omelet. This was actually quite nice. But I was still starving after. I am yet to eat a meal here where I'm ...

A lovely lazy week

A travel blog entry by samhanson on Apr 21, 2013

... be in trouble! As we approached the island which was a key part of the marine national park I saw quite a large fishing boat which I found suprising given the protected waters but a ranger boat was nearby so I guess it was ' legal'. The first dive was great, kids in first and no hesitation. As I was getting ready to jump in I could hear shouts and screams being trumpeted through the snorkels. At first I thought they were screams of terror but the Sam popped up ...

Ao Nang - Day 11

A travel blog entry by javaminit on Mar 02, 2013

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Birthday for Shelly

Given that we are in beach country - there are only so many ways to talk about the beach - so I will let the pictures speak for themselves. What you cannot get from the pictures is the water temperature.

As usual, we SAY we will bring a thermometer but we never do. Water had to be 25C - 30C or more in spots. There is no "Hen Rooster Chicken Duck" going on here - just ...

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