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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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Phangnga

He Tarzan, me Jane

A travel blog entry by adyw on Apr 30, 2014

1 comment, 36 photos

... hour and was very relaxing.
Then a short long boat ride to the area of the caves, we had to trek for one hour to get to the caves. The canopy of the jungle protected us from the sun and it was quite cool, 28 degress and 70% humidity, we weaved our way back and forth over the creek/river which provided us constant opportunities to cool off, very refreshing.

We walked, swam and waded through the ...

And a not entirely satisfactory end

A travel blog entry by jandkross on Dec 14, 2013

1 comment, 24 photos

... tomorrow’s classes or would they be cancelled? What’s more it would be Friday 13th and so anything could happen!

Back at the office I was told that there were two new arrivals and that they would be joining me tomorrow. I was glad to hear that but of course realised that, for the first time, I was going to be the only one with any experience and so I should have no option but to take the lead!

The two classes on Friday were in ...

Man with a Golden Gun

A travel blog entry by dgart on Dec 13, 2013

16 photos

We drove about an hour east of our house to Ao Phang-Nga National Park....home of the James Bond Island (Khao Ta Poo). It was an adventurous outing on a long tail boat (a retro-fitted wooden fishing boat with a car engine and direct drive propeller). Although a hazy day the sights were beautiful. The price for all four of us was 1500 baht to explore about 6 of the islands. One island had a cave that we motored through and others had various other limestone ...

Into the Jungle!

A travel blog entry by katherine_white on Nov 23, 2013

129 photos

... where I would get a train to Bangkok. But one of the men that worked at the place I was staying informed me that buses go every hour to Surat Thani and the train to Bangkok was an evening sleeper train. So I thought I would make the most of the jungle and my location. I was staying on a small street which is the location of the guesthouses and a couple of Minimarts and at the end of the road was a check point for the National Park. Here you pay 200 baht to ...

Hi Ho - it's off to work we go.

A travel blog entry by lmthailand2013 on Jul 22, 2013

2 photos

... septic tank for a new toilet block. He asked the team leader to put us into groups, however we just chose which activities we wanted to do. I opted for the digging, and after being warned that it would be heavy work, I was feeling a little sceptical but reasoned that it would be the most rewarding task.

We were taken to the area and given some very damp, uncomfortable gloves and some rusty shovels and we were off to work (after moving ...

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