Rising Sun Residence

48/13 Moo 6, Soi Sai-Namyen, ChaoFa West Road, Chalong, Phuket, 83100, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 48/13 Moo 6, Soi Sai-Namyen, ChaoFa West Road, Chalong, is near Phuket Zoo, Phuket Thai Cookery School, River Rovers, and Surin beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Chalong

    Train, eat, sleep...repeat!

    A travel blog entry by jon_lowra2014 on May 12, 2014

    3 photos

    We finally got chance to empty our backpacks and hang our clothes up and that's thanks to a months stay in Thailand's Phuket. We decided to visit this place as it's got plenty of options for Island hoping and great fitness training camps to help us get some sort of fitness level after pretty much 3 months of doing nothing.

    We headed to a guesthouse called forest bungalows, it's a place I've stayed before so I thought to stick to what you know. Nothing had changed or so ...

    Life in Phuket Part 1

    A travel blog entry by steveokenevo on Feb 21, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... hours. After that I am extremely worn out. I usually ride my scooter up the road and get a protein smoothie at a "muscle bar".

    Afternoon fitness classes start at 1:30 and go to 3:45. I did one of them last week and was beat! So I usually go to the gym, workout and either jog or run sprints for about 45 minutes. Because of the altitude adjustment I feel like I can run forever! The only thing is- my legs get extremely sore. I do hope to ...

    Diving 101 - All In

    A travel blog entry by yvan.huppe on Feb 12, 2014

    41 photos

    ... my ears to decompress properly and after a while made it down to 14 meters. My left ear was very slow and tough to equalize, and often painful, for which i would climb a meter and wait there until it adjusted. I might have forced it sometimes and was always focusing on it as it was painful, and this threw me off, i was nit able to give full attention to the dive and reef life.

    After i was feeling good, we practiced some drills including mask exchange, recovery of ...

    Crazy, Beautiful Phi Phi

    A travel blog entry by lornathomas on Dec 26, 2013

    1 comment

    ... an had a walk around the beautiful parks and caves in the limestone mountains. After that there was major stress to get back to the pier in time for the boat back to Phi Phi - the last of the day. The driver of the taxi clearly didn't understand what I was along when I asked for us to be taken back to the pier, bit luckily a lovely girl in the taxi who spoke excellent English translated for us and we managed to get back in time; but, God, if it wasn't for her we would ...

    What happens in Phuket stays in Phuket!

    A travel blog entry by doglegtravels on Dec 23, 2013

    3 comments, 90 photos

    ... entry as I'm squeezing a busy 30 days in Southern Thailand into one. Our last month was easy in comparison to the rest ( although hindsight has shown our trials have only made us stronger ) as we haven't officially been backpacking. Hamish's friend Jamie organised a pretty decent place for us to stay in Phuket, (it even had a bedside lamp!) we stayed for 8 nights and it was bliss not to have to pack up the bags every few days. We re-jigged our plans a while back when ...