Tup Kaek Sunset Beach Resort and Spa
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- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Nong Thale
... we had ran out of food we got back onto the boat and headed towards the Viking cave. We learnt about how Chinese pirates first started using the caves to collect nests made from swallows spit, a delicacy in Asian cultures that is worth a huge amount of money. So much so that the Thai military now occupy these caves and control the supply of swallows spit nests. Many sea gypsies risk their lives climbing the cliffs to access these caves on a daily basis. ...
... were taken to Railay Beach where they served us a BBQ chicken dinner and performed their fire dancing show! We all loved every bit of the tour! The tour guides were all extremely energetic, accommodating, and personable. As we were on our way back to our final destination, we all got to see the glowing plankton in the water since it was so dark. As I was admiring the plankton I felt someone tap me on the shoulder; it was Yaya. Then he held his ...
... The snorkeling wasn't so great either, probably because there are too many polluting boats and people. The boat drivers were throwing their cigarette butts and garbage right in to the ocean – so sad. But at least we didn't pay much for the ...
... in complete perspective. Time is far and away our most valuable commodity. Anyway the dr told me I could dance and drink but spend no time in the water, which I could live with. Best thing I did that day was karaoke and play pool with a Thai prostitute and my friends, she was actually freaking amazing at pool. Never seen so many trick shots in my life. Positive thought: It's choice -not chance-that determines your ...
... lagoon with turquoise water lapping onto the tiny but stunning beach!
As soon as we entered the lagoon we were engulfed by huge rocks which were lush and green and behind the beach dense mangrove trees. And to our surprise there were only a handful of other people (who were probably campers - the only people allowed to stay on the island) and even though we ...