Twin Inn Hotel

Address: 74/15 20 Phoonpol Road, Phuket, 83000, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 74/15 20 Phoonpol Road, Phuket, is near Phi Phi Islands (Koh Phi Phi), James Bond Island, Coral Island, and Pum's Cooking School.
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    Travel Blogs from Phuket

    A Change in Plans: Songkran here we come

    A travel blog entry by robertandkevin on Apr 12, 2015

    2 comments, 20 photos

    ... we got to see just how populated this place really is from the others. As with any temples/shrines, there were lots of interesting things to see about their religion which was cool. Rob and I sat for awhile watching a monk in his seating position, blessing folks with prayer chant, water tapped on head with stick like deal and a wristband tied on your wrist. No diffferent than others with blessings, or Catholics throwing some water around, ...

    The Adventure Begin's - Phuket

    A travel blog entry by sarahjo1 on Feb 27, 2015

    10 comments, 8 photos

    ... piece of my inside also!

    I arrived into Phuket and had an interesting mini bus ride to my hotel at Kata Beach, which took 90 minutes instead of 30 in a cab! lesson learned not always best to take the cheapest option for transportation! It was also weird when I turned around to talk to my usual travel buddy Raina and she was not there! Took a speed boat tour the next day to near by islands Phi Phi, Mosquito and Coconut. Kho phi phi was heavily hit by ...

    Spectacular Phuket

    A travel blog entry by arnoldmace on Dec 17, 2014

    ... shophouses are amazing. Some tiny old printing shops are there. There are private & public museums & the town authority has also carefully preserved a mini ex red light district. During our strolls we were delighted to see some spectacular mansions built on Sino-Portuguese architecture. These were once inhabited by Phuket’s rich gentry of tin barons. you can find enough cafes & restaurants for refreshment.


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    LAST DAYS IN THAILAND, I MET ITALIANS AND INDIANS

    A travel blog entry by vinkor on Dec 08, 2014

    26 photos

    ... I was about to forget the two Italians from Milan, Luca and Moreno, just arrived that I recognized at the beach, as talking loudly like all Italians. This morning also Robbit from Sydney accused me of talking out loud and I have replied to him badly..I do not take lessons from one who finished with the world and stays all day in a hammock, without talking to anyone!Today I walked along the beach, taking many fotos at the edges; the day was beautiful, but tonight it's ...

    Packed full of activities!

    A travel blog entry by matt.smith1 on Nov 13, 2014

    3 photos

    ... if you are by yourself.

    I head to the hotel and put the things I bought in my room, and head to dinner. I decided to get a beef dish for dinner and it was quite nice and I enjoyed it a lot. I had a few beers with a few Taiwanese people and we had a few laughs and had a good time. After we finished up, I said goodbye and headed off to my room to get a long nights rest, and prepare for an even bigger tour. ...