I Pavilion Phuket Hotel

133 Satoon Road, Phuket Town, Phuket, 83000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 133 Satoon Road, Phuket Town, is near Phi Phi Islands (Koh Phi Phi), James Bond Island, Coral Island, and Pum's Cooking School.
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    Travel Blogs from Phuket Town


    A travel blog entry by tashdanpaige on Aug 23, 2014

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    ... We went home, emptied the contents and wrote our letters along with our email addresses for someone to contact us if it was ever found. We thought the journey between phi phi and Phuket was ideal! We waited until we were about half way and a discreetly dropped our bottle off the side of the ferry. They disappeared immediately in the waves created by the ferry. Hopefully one will be found one day :) We reached to Phuket port, got our bags ...

    Travel blog. Entry 10. Phuket

    A travel blog entry by sarlexpovend on Jun 15, 2014

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    ... the west coast as our base. Many of the buildings in the old town are in the sino-Portuguese style with pretty facades that are lit up in different colours in the evening. The old town had a nice mix of cafés, bars, and markets and a bohemian artsy feel to it. It was also a convenient base from which to explore some of the rest of the island. We caught the bus to Wat chalong and hiked up a steep hill to the Big Buhda which stands proudly ...


    A travel blog entry by shayles on Jan 14, 2014

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    ... You think they are just a rock coming out of the water but many have cave systems that take you into the middle of the island where there might be a secret lagoon and beach or a mangrove.

    I have a rule of spending no more than $3 on a meal while travelling. You can easily spend up to $10 in tourist areas, so we go on a hunt each night to see what we can find. Sometimes we eat street food sitting at tables on the road and eating with the locals, other times we ...

    First Phuket Town Visit

    A travel blog entry by dieter44 on Dec 09, 2013

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    ... as in Chang Mai.

  • Wild monkey area
  • At the end at 5:00 PM, the songthaew (tuk-tuk) driver dropped us off at the bus station, which took us back to Patong Beach. This time, it was also an open bus but not so comfortable as the first one. Wooden benches at the left and right site and, a small wooden bench in the middle. The bus was packed with travelers, school kids, and local people.

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    Malaysian's Top 10 Favorites

    A travel blog entry by dieter44 on Nov 28, 2013

    ... ketupat (rice cubes boiled in palm leaf) and a sweet and spicy peanut sauce. The peanut sauce makes the satay more tasty and great for dipping ketupat.

  • Laksa
    A unique local noodle soup dish with ingredients such as coconut milk, seafood, bean sprouts, cucumber and spices. Variations include Laksa Penang, Laksa Johor and Laksa Sarawak, each with its own distinct flavor and taste.
  • Nasi ...