Khanom Hill Resort

Address: 60/1 Moo 8, Khanom, 80210, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located in the Downtown area of Khanom.
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    Travel Blogs from Khanom

    You will need this, - for the snakes

    A travel blog entry by gypsyskinners on Oct 12, 2014

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    ... The whole of Wazzah and environs is covered in a tropical garden that Titchmarsh would be proud of, - palm trees and cactuses rise up from under huge cascades of scarlet and purple climbers, and everywhere there is lush greenery. In the middle of the site is a small terrace with a breakfast bar and few bamboo tables, and in front of that is an icy-blue, kidney-shaped pool that is crisscrossed all day by red, blue and yellow dragonflies. After the small room on Lanta, ...

    Q Signature

    A travel blog entry by mark_deb on Apr 17, 2014

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    Today we had massages after breakfast. We stayed down the beach until lunch time having lunch at Honey Bees. Paul n Rob got ready for zip lining in the jungle. Mark and I hired a double canoe from the resort and canoed out around the island in front of the resort on a double canoe. It was a lot of fun. We met up with Paul n ...

    Nobody wants a monkey on their back

    A travel blog entry by curioso on Mar 05, 2014

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    Boarding, at sea and Koh Samui, Thailand: As “Four Star Mariners” (lots -286- of days on HAL ships) we earned special boarding privileges, so boarding was relatively easy. But we were very upset to learn that HAL was providing a much less expensive, and way more convenient, process to procure the needed Visas, the ones we went through hell to acquire: apply and pay during the boarding procedure. This was news to us and we were/are livid. Strike one against HAL. ...

    Same Same Snorking

    A travel blog entry by gflacke on Feb 02, 2014

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    ... didn't seem to speak much (any?) English, but I had printed out our reservation so we were able to convey our intentions effectively. After sorting out our passports and a few other details he gently urged us to board the lobby elevator with our luggage. It was quite a tiny elevator, barely large enough for all of us and certainly not large enough for us and all our luggage, but we tried. Then the elevator doors closed and we realized the guy wasn’t in the elevator with ...

    Day 52

    A travel blog entry by louise-jack on Nov 21, 2013

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    ... we booked tickets to make the journey first thing tomorrow morning as we didn't want to arrive too late at night in Krabi. This did mean that we had to stay an extra night in Ko Samui than we had booked. We managed to check into the hotel next to ours as our place was fully booked for that night. Turns out the hotel we stayed in was a sister hotel of the one we were meant to be in and was actually really nice. We then went for ...