Hot Spring Beach Resort & Spa

Address: 79 Moo 8, Natoey, Thai Muang, Phang Nga 82190, Phangnga, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 79 Moo 8, Natoey, Thai Muang, Phang Nga 82190, Phangnga.
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Travel Blogs from Phangnga

Thailand's Wonders

A travel blog entry by rekhan.bigby on Sep 06, 2014

2 photos

... behind the reclining Buddha to a couple of small shrines, light some incense, say a prayer.

After the walk through the Monkey Temple I had lunch in the stalls outside. Then I joined a walking to hike through the Raman Waterfall Forest. I loved this little National Park and found it's beauty stunning. I walked along the track for a couple of kilometres and found the going ok, but I am fit. Unfit people would struggle.
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Laid Back in Khao Lak

A travel blog entry by walkerpub on Jan 19, 2014

6 comments, 20 photos

... The most popular restaurant served Italian food, and breakfasts featured a gargantuan buffet (price for two more than our entire two day food budget at Mama’s!). In fact everything seemed in excess — like a cruise ship only a la carte. We suspected some people had full plans, as there were several conventions on site during our stay.

We checked the rack rate to determine the feasibility of extending one extra night. At peak season, our ...

Last resort, get drunk...

A travel blog entry by jmznpache on Dec 20, 2013

... any kind of expensive 3/4 hour tour we decide to head back toward town for a beer, or 11... Rachel admits to being drunk after knocking my beer over onto my ****** resulting in me having to walk back across the road to our guesthouse to change. The sounds of the crickets and creatures of the night remind us of bed time as we question our plans for the following ...

Into the Jungle!

A travel blog entry by katherine_white on Nov 23, 2013

129 photos

... tour with her for the next day, I looked at it online and it looked good but little did I know how good it would be. That night I stayed in a little green hut, it was really cool and nice to be somewhere nearer to nature.

The next morning I was collected by my guide in a minibus which picked up 9 other people and by going through National park check points headed to the port of Ratchaprapha Lake (Chiao Lan Reservoir) an hour away. This lake formed ...

The last of BKK

A travel blog entry by stephers_123 on Aug 27, 2013

... this is something which I don't think is necessarily reciprocated all that properly. "Foreigners" as the signs indicated are permitted only through one entrance and if you aren't Thai, you may not use particular exits, without explanation why. At times this can come across as a little insensitive. However, being white and blonde proved a real novelty for a Chinese family who insisted on all individually having their photo taken with me. Thinking it must ...