Mandalai Boutique Hotel

Address: 61/1 Moo 7, Chaloklum Rd,Koh Phangan, Surat Thani, 84280, Thailand | Hotel
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Location

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

Awesomeness at Khao Sok

A travel blog entry by sumac on Feb 16, 2015

2 comments, 14 photos

... is no other way of getting to the remote floating bungalows!Our man is hired and he packs an overnight rucksack and we're off. I had been told this place is beautiful, but had no idea just how amazing it would be. The jetty is beside the dam and the further from this we travel the more fantastic the scenery becomes. We're racing through the still, smooth water, leaving churning waves behind us. We pass great limestone cliffs that shoot ...

A quick stop over

A travel blog entry by robandnicola on Aug 02, 2014

15 photos

... the way to Bangkok so if we didn't sleep it wasn't too bad. We had a cheap hotel booked at Surat Thani anyway where we could sleep for a few hours. We enjoyed the train and watching the Thai countryside go by and the sunset. Then the staff set up our beds, I was on the top bunk which was a bit cold with the air con and light. Robs bottom bunk was much more snug. Surprisingly we managed to get a bit of sleep, earplugs came in handy! Then we work ...

Surat Thani - The night market banquet

A travel blog entry by bridgetluke on Feb 26, 2014

6 photos

... different Thai food. There was oodles of choice and we managed to try a little bit of almost everything while we were there. Pad Thai, green curry, sushi and a few other goodies. We even brought some home made doughnuts to enjoy for desert. It certainly was a great way to say goodbye to this beautiful country. The next day it was time to say goodbye as we got to the airport and took our flight to Kuala ...

An Epic Journey.............

A travel blog entry by mamacass on Feb 11, 2014

2 comments, 14 photos

... reserved for monks only". When I lifted my head to look for another seat, noticed that everyone round about was smirking, even the monks ha! ha!
Train arrived on time and we got on board, yuk, yuk, yuk thank goodness for wet wipes. Would not even sit down until the table top and wash basin had been cleaned and this was 1st class. We now know where all the old trains go they do not go to train heaven they must go ...

Penang>Phuket>TrainsToBangkok

A travel blog entry by broklutze on Dec 06, 2013

1 comment, 55 photos

... of their goods it's easy to understand why it's a viable way to make money. Train is by far the better mode of transport. Smooth, comfortable and pretty cost effective far outweigh the delays. Arriving in Bangkok I discovered a new transport network that I seemingly failed to understand, not to worry as people in Bangkok speak English fairly well along with professionals that have moved here for work. I found the hostel no issue (much). Time to find out what there is to do and see ...