A-Na-Lay Resort Koh Kood

Address: 76/1-3, Trat-Laem Ngob Road, Ko Kut, 23000, Thailand | Resort
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This resort is located on 76/1-3, Trat-Laem Ngob Road, Ko Kut.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews A-Na-Lay Resort Koh Kood Ko Kut

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Ko Kut

    What a journey!!

    A travel blog entry by debandadam on Jun 10, 2015

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... the ticket as one journey from Sihanoukville to Koh Chang it has been very disjointed! The coach dropped us at the border where we had to queue for about 45 mins to be stamped out of the country and then walked through no-man's land to Thai immigration. We then had to wait with the rest of our coachers for a minibus (which was actually very fancy and brand new!) to take us to Trat bus station. Everyone else was headed for other places in Thailand so once ...

    Day 88-90 - Ko Kut - Our last Thai island

    A travel blog entry by annadave on Apr 10, 2015

    11 photos

    ... were shooting at. As they hit the branches these seeds with two "wings" attached would fall gracefully down, a bit like with the sycamore trees at home. If someone got a good shot, dozens of them would fall and they would all grab for them, catching them in mid-air. It was amazing to watch. They gave some of us a go with the catapault but we failed miserably. We had no idea what this loot was but it seemed very important. They mentioned something about water but ...

    Koh Chang

    A travel blog entry by logiburtn on Apr 04, 2015


    Now we are in Koh Chang the pace is really going to slow down. The breakfast was amazing. Lots of things to choose from. All varying cuisines from Western to Asian and European. We had cereal, toast, fruit, tea, pineapple juice. No orange juice strangely. Then had some waffles, pancakes, bacon and some maple syrup. Then cakes with donuts and also these amazing coconut ...

    (Not so) Lonely Beach

    A travel blog entry by valetroy on Feb 04, 2015

    13 photos

    ... at The Kitchen, which has a 40 page menu of mostly Thai food which is the best in KC) since we arrived yesterday. After the sand flies at Ko Mak we've lost interest in beaches. Hopefully our wounds will heal with heavy doses of a/c and Tiger Balm. Between us we have over 200 sand fly and mozzie bites!


    Don't trust lonely planet...

    A travel blog entry by lpringle on Feb 27, 2014

    7 photos

    ... locals. Our nights sleep was the icing on the cake of anti-lonely-plant-recommendation when we were subjected to unbelievably loud bongo drum music on loop from about 4am until dusk when it was replaced with booming Muslim prayer song until we got up. This coupled with sleeping on an almost wooden mattress under a flannel sized blanket helped Paddy's Bamboo secure it's place as the worst hostel of the ...