The Front Village Hotel

Address: 566 Patak Rd., Karon, Phuket, 83100, Thailand | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 566 Patak Rd., Karon, is near Simon Cabaret, Instyle Fashion Bespoke Tailors, Sunrise Diving, and Sunrise Diving.
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      Travel Blogs from Karon

      Koh Phi Phi

      A travel blog entry by kate_matt on Nov 28, 2014

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      ... to hike a lot of steps to the phi phi viewpoint. I don't think we have ever sweated as much as we did hiking up the steep steps to the viewpoint... It was never ending and as we were passing people on the way down they kept telling us we werent far from the top... LIARS!! In the end it was worth the trip and after we had finally cooled down a bit we got some really good snaps. All we had to do then was get all the way back down and jump on our boat to koh ...

      Day 10

      A travel blog entry by maddinew on Mar 25, 2014

      1 photo

      Today we woke up at 7:30, we went for a big walk along the beach. When we got back to the resort we headed straight to the pool, it was very warm.

      We missed breakfast and were feeling very hungry so after our swim we went back to our room, had showers, got ready to go to the ...

      Island hopping

      A travel blog entry by tofudan on Jan 25, 2013

      48 photos

      ... designed for navigating shallow waters. The engine is mounted on the aft of the boat, external and exposed. A long, thin shaft fitted with a propeller is attached to the motor allowing the driver to control the depth of the propeller in the water. Longtails can travel open water too, but they're a bit slow and can't handle large waves very well. It was a windy day and the waves pushed our longtail along faster than the driver could adjust for, and so instead of dropping us at ...

      The walk to Big Buddha

      A travel blog entry by vicky_jade on May 27, 2012

      5 photos

      ... visited, it was still under construction and it had some scaffolding around the head and green tarpaulin around the neck, obviously they picked green as it blended in so subtly…the Buddha ended up looking like a patient with a neck brace, but that won’t last much longer!

      To add to the fun we hadn’t brought anything to cover our shoulders so were kindly supplied with scarves that were bright pink with ...

      A bit of a book

      A travel blog entry by nealinthailand on Feb 20, 2008

      2 comments

      ... that flocked to the apartment on a daily basis. For reasons that I have yet to understand, the presence of my friends irritated my roommates to no end. The more people that came in the front door, the larger the tension between us grew. I would have done almost anything to get out of that apartment but my friends had all hung the no vacancy sign on their doors and I was left with no choice but to swallow my pride and settle for the ...