Koh Chang Resort Hotel

Address: 15/4 Moo 4 Salak KoK Koh Chang Tai Koh Chang, Ko Chang, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 15/4 Moo 4 Salak KoK Koh Chang Tai Koh Chang, Ko Chang.
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Travel Blogs from Ko Chang

With Bats as Guests, Its hard to get much sleep

A travel blog entry by elizacass on Mar 11, 2015

5 comments, 18 photos

... all the way on and flash it towards where they are hanging. It works!!! they fly around frantically before finding an exit in the hole they came in. I turn off my light and lay there....a while...a LONG while. How can I sleep now. Then I hear it. In about a half an hour,,,they came back, and brought a friend. Damn, I guess they hate the rain too? I turn my lantern back on, they leave. I leave the lantern on all night. Lets just say I didnt get ...

Welcome to fantasy island

A travel blog entry by jb-hania on Oct 06, 2014

39 photos

... We spent the whole day exploring different beaches and then on the way home we got some more mistery meat street food. Hania's food was preatty easy - 100% it was a fish, whereas after finding a brown spinal cord and ribs in John's 'chicken', we are pretty sure it was either a large squirrel or a small cat. Either way it was, quite tasty though.

We had heard about the famous bucket coctails served in a child's sand bucket and we decided to ...

All Hostels are not alike.

A travel blog entry by rmmcfall on Jun 20, 2014

4 photos

Thankfully, it's okay I change your mind. After Phnom Penh, Heather & I trekked 7 hours (bus hours, not real ones) down to a fishingtown on the coast called Koh Kong. This was a wildly different reality from the city--a first difference being that no one spoke english, and no one else was foreign. However, I was stoked to be there, getting away from the chaos of the city, which though exhilarating, possesses ...

Oh I do like to be beside the seaside.

A travel blog entry by elgraham10 on Feb 22, 2014

18 photos

... an amazing ride. At the top was evidence of the abandoned hill station, an old building used as a summer camp. It was a bit creepy. The clouds were really low so lots of mist around the buildings and jungle. Further up it was less so creepy. The Chinese are investing and there is now a huge casino and hotel. And an awful lot of building work going on. We stopped off at a waterfall that had run dry and the boys got some food. I was still feeling ill and decided food probably ...

Highly Inflammable - No naked flames within 20ms.

A travel blog entry by twofoodies on Feb 05, 2014

4 photos

... being forced to crawl through chest deep sticky mud that stuck to their bodies and weighed them down.

Battery Boy turned to Rialto and said, "Next time we should avoid taking this short-cut through the day spa, but that aside, doesn't my skin feel soft?"

After a quick steam bath the added weight of the mud was washed away and they made good time to the river where they found Video Girl reclining on ...