Ban Suriya

Address: Lipa Noi Beach, Surat Thani, 84140, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Lipa Noi Beach, Surat Thani.
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      Elephant Hills - Khao Sok National Park

      A travel blog entry by thehunts on Feb 09, 2015

      86 photos

      ... we are 'glamping' as this tent is amazing, fully equipped with electricity and bathroom facilities. Once we check in we are told our itinerary for the day which is a kayak trip along the river followed by meeting the local elephants. Before we set off on the kayak we are warned of what animals we might encounter. Mangrove snakes, monitor lizards, tarantulas and other forest critters. The kayak trip lasts for about an hour and a half and is in the peak afternoon sun so is very ...

      Thai-me to say goodbye (& other bad puns)

      A travel blog entry by sureimdecent on Sep 18, 2014

      3 photos

      ... meaning "veil sugar". I feel like this sums up any place in the world, including Thailand - a beautiful and sickly exterior, covering up a certain amount of ugliness. For me, the troubles beneath the glittery surface present themselves all in one week. On the weekend, we hear that two tourists have been killed on the island of Koh Tao - a young couple, violently bludgeoned to death. The covers of the newspapers in town bear photos of their families- their ...

      When #%@$ hits the fan

      A travel blog entry by martycindy on Mar 09, 2014

      4 comments, 9 photos

      ... whole damn thing stunk from the beginning. Too many vans; too many transfers; giving us the run around and conveniently making us wait until we would have taken any option to get to our destination. We should have known – we were never supposed to take a bus, especially one with all the windows covered! And we had never let our day bags out of our sight before – not in India, not anywhere – but believed too much in ...

      Warm seas and sandy beaches (en/pl)

      A travel blog entry by dusty-hikers on Jan 08, 2014

      2 comments, 8 photos

      ... the rest of us climbed up a steep, sandy path through the surrounding 'jungle' to a huge rocky outcrop overlooking two bays which provided views right across the island. Beautiful scenery at this height and the ideal location to appreciate the transparency and colour of the water.

      The short climb down gave us a chance to admire the colourful fish in the shallows and the elusive crabs hiding in the rocks. An hour to refresh before walking down the street for supper ...

      Khao Sok National Park, Phang-Nga, Thailand

      A travel blog entry by bessielove on Nov 13, 2013

      3 photos

      ... tongue" of a jungle plant. It seemed like each guide customarily made their own mask to keep occupied on treks. Thong also made a bamboo sail boat to put on the river. He swung from banyon vines and used his machete like a skilled magician but instead of pulling rabbits out of his hat; he magically appeared with bamboo whistles and other bamboo jungle "sculptures." His playfulness was definitely a plus as the humidity made a not so difficult trek pretty exhausting. We returned ...