Koh Kood Beach Resort

Address: 121 Moo 1, Tombon Koh Kood Ging Amphuer Koh Kood, Trat 23000, Ko Kut, 10500 , Thailand | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 121 Moo 1, Tombon Koh Kood Ging Amphuer Koh Kood, Trat 23000, Ko Kut, is near Gyeongbokgung Palace, Changdeokgung Palace, Deoksugung Palace, and Deoksu Palace.
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    Travel Blogs from Ko Kut

    Thank you Police officers of Kamphaeng Phet

    A travel blog entry by jennykelly on Feb 12, 2015

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    Our stay on the banks of the River Kwai had been so enjoyable, we were all a little reluctant to leave. But we had more adventures to enjoy, so we made our way towards the Thai border, ready to cross on Saturday at 8am.

    Des enjoyed the drive to a town called Kampaeng Phet, where we pulled off the highway and engaged a tuk tuk driver to escort ...

    Entering Thailand

    A travel blog entry by carlosherbane on Oct 28, 2014

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    As we left Hpa An, the scenery was again so striking. This was how I imagined south east Asia to be. Flat with eclectic mountains suddenly bursting out of the level landscapes.

    Mid morning, we stopped in a village in order to remove a nail wedged in one of the tyres. I went for a walk in this roadside village. There, by a shop, I met an English teacher. I though he was the shopkeeper. In fact, ...

    Crossing the border

    A travel blog entry by cutler on Nov 16, 2012

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    ... Trat at about 11am. We asked the driver to take us to the ferry terminal at Laem Sok Pier so we could catch our boat to Koh Kood. He dropped us off at the ferry terminal about 24kms from town. Thankfully the ferry company had our booking and we were issued tickets and sat and had an iced coffee while we waited for the van to take us the short distance to the jetty. The ferry took just over an hour and we watched a Thai comedy cops and robbers film ...

    Mosquito Island

    A travel blog entry by eric.kolly on Feb 10, 2009

    14 photos

    ... Island, not much to do there except beach activities, but I think that's what Island are done for.

    The beach are huge, with white sand, crystal clear warm water and not that much tourists. It's possible everywhere to eat on the sand. Really nice indeed. The most tourists are Tha´s coming from Bangkok, and its always nice to see them swimming with all their ...

    Can't say it, but it's spelled "Kamphaeng Phet"

    A travel blog entry by garybarnes on Apr 19, 2008

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    ... used in Sukhothai, so the whole is a porous orange affair. KP becomes more of a challenge when looking for a place to eat, as restaurants aren't quite as widespread as hairdressers (spotted sixteen), banks (ten), video shops (five), karaoke bars (three) and, of course, bridal shops (one). There's the obvious possibiliy of eating from one of the many pavement restaurants which set up shop in ...