Mandalai Boutique Hotel

Address: 61/1 Moo 7, Chaloklum Rd,Koh Phangan, Surat Thani, 84280, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 61/1 Moo 7, Chaloklum Rd,Koh Phangan, Surat Thani, is near Monkey College and Khao Pu-Khao Ya National Park.
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Travel Blogs from Surat Thani

Sun mokkh ten day retreat!!

A travel blog entry by karl.harrison on May 11, 2015

2 comments, 12 photos

... his continual mantra. I have to say that throughout the retreat I had no knowledge of time or days as we just lived by the gong but by this time it is about 6.45 where we all head back to main meditation hall for a short speech by chief monk ( which I liked because I couldn't make out a word he said apart from " betting in and bettin out"which on day 3 I realised was breathing in and out, so I fell asleep sat in my cross legged position during each of hips talks. After he ...

Suan Mokkh meditation center - Vipassana

A travel blog entry by heather.dyce on Apr 11, 2015

1 comment, 63 photos

... silence was upon us. So, let me take you through a typical day, or should I say, exactly the way each and every day went, give or take some minor random details. The bell rings at 4am. Its an old bomb they've turned into a bell that I'm sure can be heard for miles. The initial sound is nothing compared to the vibrations which ensue from the aftershock. They ring that bell for 15 minutes in the morning. It's like you can feel the bell ringing from the deepest slumber. You wake up to ...

Awesomeness at Khao Sok

A travel blog entry by sumac on Feb 16, 2015

2 comments, 14 photos

... from the walkway onto its front deck set with a table and chairs. Our 'bungalow' is just a room with a raised platform with a double mattress on it, beside this is a tiny cubicle with a toilet set on a shower tray (spillage?!). The walls touch the edges of the tray so you have to tuck your knees in carefully to be able to shut the door. A bamboo ladder takes you up to a room squeezed into the roof-space with three mattresses on the floor ...

Tiger tiger burning dimly

A travel blog entry by krocodiletears on Apr 07, 2014

5 photos

... of hawkers boarded the bus to offer passengers soft shell crabs, dumplings drenched in chilli sauce and fried chicken feet.

At each stop the outdoor restaurants seemed eager and open for business but few diners were in evidence. It always strikes me that each establishment has enough tables and plastic chairs to accommodate the entire population of Port Elizabeth but there are rarely more than three or four patrons.

When we arrived at the Khao ...

I wish Koh Tao had an airport

A travel blog entry by alison_cupples on Jan 17, 2014

2 comments, 1 photo

... stops as no one could get out since the luggage was blocking the doors. Our driver didn’t seem to care either and continued to pick up locals and squeeze them in on the journey. However, we finally arrived at the dock in Don Sak to take us to Koh Tao. We had a few hours before the ferry so just sat and waited. I wasn’t feeling too well either which made time go slowly.