Naiyang Boutique Resort

112/1 Moo 5, Thalang, 83110, Thailand | Lodge
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This lodge, located on 112/1 Moo 5, Thalang, is near James Bond Island, Phuket Thai Cookery School, Coral Island, and Pum's Cooking School.
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Travel Blogs from Thalang

"The Beach"

A travel blog entry by nlmiller55 on May 15, 2014

... as to where its namecomes from. Within 2 or 3 minutes of us arriving and monkeys begin to flood down onto the beach. We took photo's and watched as they rolled around in the sand. One guy got a little bit too close and the monkey lashed out at him. A few of them began to run down the beach thinking there was food. We moved back into the water for safety but whenthey entered the water we realised it wastime to leave.


Exploring Phi Phi

A travel blog entry by nthnbrwn on Jan 09, 2014

... but they are not piranhas. Seriously? He said yes they can nibble on you rough skin like the fish feet massage places all around. Sack that! That's put me off, I've got dry skin everywhere, I'd be eaten alive! After 10 minutes of him laughing at me because I was frightened to death of jumping in with all the biting fish we moved on to go to Maya Bay, where the film The Beach was filmed. This was such a perfect spot. Sand like no other, I have never experienced anything like it ...

Party Paradise Phi Phi

A travel blog entry by lizemma10 on Nov 25, 2013

... of thudding music is not always great especially when you get struck down by a lovely unnvited gastro bug. Day one of the bug Emma and Sophie confined to their rooms with Liz and Lucy playing nursey. Day 2 Lucy struck down and Emma and Sophie feeling slightly better...... Liz escapes it so far!
Leaving Sophie and Lucy to finish their final few days of their holiday we headed onto the boat for our 1.5 hour crossing to Krabi. ...

Ko Phi Phi Island

A travel blog entry by jeanine.rossouw on Oct 18, 2013

3 comments, 5 photos

... we nearly missed pulling into the terminal. Disembarking with the masses we found our way to the Legacy Resort. After freshening up we went to the beach for a swim. Unfortunately it was low tide and not the most appealing. I felt bit under par so we sat in the shade and enjoyed smoothies and shared a Pad Thai. We trying a Pad Thai on each island so far.

Intense heat drove us back to the resort where we sat poolside and Joel ventured into the ...

Phi phi island

A travel blog entry by carleebarlee on Aug 15, 2013

10 photos

... everywhere, crossing in all kinds of directions and dead ending. We didn't even bother using the island map, its impossible to read. Every way you turn this place is littered with dive shops, day tourist bookings, clothing stores, and food. You don't need to go far to find anything. Keli and I both quickly realized that this is a popular island. Tons of people around are age, buckets everywhere, and lots of energy. Almost everyone we met all day was ...