Golden Beach Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGolden Beach Resort Ao Nang
We went here for the yearly Songkran Festival where they had a evening's of entertainment on such as music, traditional Thai dancing, Thai boxing and fire dancing.
We had a good night for the Thai's New Year with everyone in high spirits and friendly as ever!
Set right on the beach front, Golden Beach Resort is one of Krabi's most expensive hotels although the food we eat there wasn't the greatest.
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With amazing tall green mountains, beautiful scenery and a relaxed feel, we didn't expect this from Krabi. With the four of us still on a high from Phi Phi, Krabi didn't do anything to dampened these spirits so with the two nights spent here with Rachel and Danny, we decided to stay here for an extra four nights after they left to fully see this …
Efter lite problem vid frukosten (jag hade fått frukostkuponger, men det var tydligen fel, så vi skulle få betala för frukosten) tog vi taxi till flygplatsen. Sen flög vi till Krabi där vi fick ta en minimuss med alla våra väskor och åka till Ao Nang där vi skall bo kommande nätterna. jag hade bokat rum på ett av de finaste hotellen, precis vid …
Idag hade vi en skön dag vid stranden. Solade och badade. Mamma och Bettan tog massage. Pontus och jag gick bort till aporna, där en apa fräste argt mot Pontus, då han skulle ta kort på apan. På kvällen blev pizza och glass.
... if you wanted a window you had to pay £2 extra!!). We rented a ped and headed back to our hotel for a quick swim before headed to the Friday-Sunday night market where we enjoyed local food such as chicken breast in some thai sauce (40p per stick), pad thai (60p), banana and Nutella crepes (80p) and a chicken kebab (£1). Our day was pretty busy but Krabi has exceeded our expectations once again. We are very glad to be back in ...
... It's common in this part of the world to be asked that question.
I turned and yelled out, "62."
The young girl punched a 62 onto a calculator and showed it to me. When I confirmed the number she quickly translated for mama.
"Mama 61," the girl said.
"How old you?" I asked, pointing at my inquisitive translator. I had her pegged at 18.
She punched a pair of numbers in then showed me the machine. It read 40. ...