Ranyatavi Resort

Address: 32 / 7 Moo 5, Takua Thung, Phang Nga Province, 82140 , Thailand | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on 32 / 7 Moo 5, Takua Thung.
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      Travel Blogs from Takua Thung

      Elephant Hills

      A travel blog entry by nickyandmike on Feb 24, 2015

      22 photos

      ... at first we didnt realise what was going on! We saw two snakes, a tree frog, some herons and a kingfisher. The water was very shallow and it showed that we'd eaten too much lunch because we kept getting stuck on the bottom. It was very peaceful and the scenery was beautiful, with rocky tree covered hills towering above us. We then headed back to the main camp for a shower before meeting in the common area.
      The evening's entertainment consisted of a documentary film ...

      Misty mornings

      A travel blog entry by chilliginger on Jan 29, 2015

      30 photos

      ... as well. After we got back and were really quite hungry again despite our big lunch dinner was served. Fish caught in the dam fried with chilli sauce, massaman curry and vegetables with cashew nuts, again all with rice and fresh fruit to finish, we ate it all. Everyone eats together on long tables, and if floating guest house conjures up some image of luxury let me stop you there. This is basic living, comfortable though, our private room was a floating one ...

      A full working week, nearly

      A travel blog entry by jandkross on Dec 13, 2014

      40 photos

      ... tsunami memorial event. He had been to see about organising the wreath for the British Embassy and had discovered that Bill Clinton was now coming and that it was to be a ticket only event. Ken was not impressed. What had the Americans got to do with it? There were few if any American casualties. Someone like the Swedish Prime Minister would have been more appropriate. And making it ticket only would exclude many of the local people personally affected by ...

      Khao Sok National Park

      A travel blog entry by luciecox on Mar 23, 2014

      192 photos

      If there is one thing to see in Thailand it is this place. Personally i think it was the highlight of my trip in this country, although there were a lot of special places in Thailand, these last two days have been wonderful.
      We arrived in Khao Sok and got dropped off about 2km from the entrance of the park. Between there and the bus stop are several guesthouses, bungalows, restaurants and shops so we shopped around for a place to stay.
      We are on a budget as you know so ...

      Day 4 - Adventure Trekking

      A travel blog entry by insp2dream on Mar 14, 2014

      1 comment, 1 photo

      I am lying on my bed feeling like a wet rung out rag - sunburnt and exhausted. Today was monkey cave, waterfall trek, ATV riding through the forest, elephant trek and then white water rafting. I am so old and unfit. Monkey Cave was so much fun, the boys fed the monkeys. They are so much tamer than the ones in the monkey forest in Bali. Mind you one of them ran up Pete's back because he was holding the bag of fruit and not handing it out quick ...