Palm Andaman Beach Resort

59 Moo 5, Tumbon Kukkak, Takuapa District, Phangnga, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 59 Moo 5, Tumbon Kukkak, Takuapa District, Phangnga.
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Travel Blogs from Phangnga

Day 3- 6/9/14 - it's tour time!!

A travel blog entry by elf87 on Sep 06, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... elephants bananas, a special treat they love! Using a scrubbing brush we then got to bath the elephants in the river, we didn't get much time for this but really enjoyed climbing up onto the elephant and being sprayed with water from its trunk and lying on the elephant giving it a scrub. Sally sat on the elephant's neck as it stood up from the water. Wonderful experience!! After a long day we had a swim and enjoyed dinner at our ...

He Tarzan, me Jane

A travel blog entry by adyw on Apr 30, 2014

1 comment, 36 photos

Sitting outside our treehouse early in the morning, I can hear gibbons calling to each other and birds twittering madly. The jungle is so still no wind at all. We are in Khao Sok National Park 3 hours from Phuket.
We are staying in little huts that up in the canopy of the jungle. The huts are brand new and modern styling, but there is something very "Fawlty Towers" about them. Things are not quite finished ...

Jurassic Park

A travel blog entry by benandmartin on Dec 14, 2013

25 photos

... the lake - whistling the Jurassic Park theme as we went - to reach our floating bungalows that we'd stay in for the night. Having this place to yourself, even for a day, makes you feel like an Ivy League toff. The place is one big playground so we were in our element bombing off platforms and racing canoes. In the evening, we went on a jungle safari but the boat broke down, leaving us stranded in the middle of the lake until dark and having spotted **** ...

Into the Jungle!

A travel blog entry by katherine_white on Nov 23, 2013

129 photos

... suddenly the generator stops and there's a complete blackout! Plunged into darkness and I've left my head torch in my wooden hut. Uh oh. Luckily some of the others have head torches so lanterns are made by propping them underneath full bottles of water (or orange juice!) Luckily the girls make it back from the toilets okay. Unfortunately, the replacement torches attract the Cicada bugs, they're quite big and the most terrible flyers. I can vouch for this as ...

Rain, Rain, and Some More Rain at Khao Sok

A travel blog entry by bananaz70 on Aug 01, 2013

7 photos

... forest threw our way. Mere minutes later we were walking down a heavily canopied path, as I checked fearfully whether each overhanging tree we passed harbored some sort of highly venomous snake, ready to drop onto me and test the limits of my budget travel insurance. Cait was more in her element, gallivanting along the path, commenting on different aspects of the surrounding vegetation and hoping fervently that my dreaded snake would appear. It really was ...

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