Railay Village Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRailay Village Resort Railay Beach
Apart from the fabulous rooms which had great views to the mountain across the pool, the restaurant was the star - fantastic food and fabulous staff with spectacular views. Have the Tom Yam Goong soup followed by the green papyua salad with spicy sauce. Couldn't fault the location - beautiful beaches, quite, no crazy shops (but you can get to Ao Nang for 50 baht), fantastic bar next door (have the roasted peanuts). Whats not to love about this location
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Christmas Eve was a day of transition. We would be leaving the Northern part of Thailand where the temperatures were cooler and the activity levels more city like to warmer climates and chiller atmospheres accustom to island living.
We started our day off with a run then said farewell to charming Chiang Mai by eating one last muesli & …
... more of Phi Phi and the wonders it beholds. The three of us got a long tail boat and whizzed off, first to a bay of monkeys. Most people here are on holiday, so they're here to get their exotic snaps, so they all crowded round throwing bananas and taking pictures. Next it was off to the southern island, a completely separate, virtually non inhibited piece of land. It was stunning from the boat, gazing up at the huge cliff faces, studded with ...
... people walking on all sides of the market lines streets. People constantly shouting at you 'taxi boat, miss where are you going, taxi boat for good price', 'room for good price, where are you staying have room for good price'. It was all a little over whelming especially when we stopped to get directions that were not in the slightest bit helpful so it was a great relief to hear an English accent calling out asking if we needed help ...
... cream and taking in the amazing scenery. Both of us felt like we never wanted to leave the beautiful island of Koh Phi Phi. Stef and I always seem to be on the same wavelength when it comes to places or people, always thinking the same thing without realising it. We had a long journey ahead of us over to Krabi and then the bus up to Bangkok and then ANOTHER bus to the north of Thailand, Chiang Mai. We didn't want to ever leave Phi Phi and were dreading our long ...
... to give this a swerve tomorrow. We boarded a little boat and headed to Railay, a little town which is only accessible by boat and is famous for its beaches and rock climbing. We booked a half day of rock climbing, we've never been except for the indoor climbing wall at Mt. Royal in Calgary. We suited up in some attractive and man bit flattering harnesses and started climbing. I managed to make it up all 4 of the rock walls and Jackie made it up 2 and put in a great effort ...