Amandara Island Resort

Address: 58 Moo 4, Phangnga, 82190, Thailand | 3 star resort
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This 3 star resort is located on 58 Moo 4, Phangnga.
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    Travel Blogs from Phangnga

    Helping Thai Children

    A travel blog entry by rekhan.bigby on Sep 08, 2014

    1 photo

    ... give back to villages and the familys that live in them after the devastating tsunami that very few were able to recover from. Get immersed in Thai culture and get involved on a community project with children. The people that are involved in this program have been working in the Phang Nga region since 2004 when it was hugely affected by the Tsunami so both the conservation projects and community projects work with on dealing with the aftermath of that tragedy ...

    Legs 11

    A travel blog entry by jennyreynolds on Feb 04, 2014

    2 photos

    About legs 500 I think. A creepy crawlie in our hut on its back together with a baby but at first I wondered if the big one was a snake it was so big. Anyway I got the brush and shoo'd it out so all is well. Stephen seems to be attracted to the camp dogs which sit at his feet waiting to go walking. He ignores them or says go away but they don't speak English. Lunch at Golden Buddha where we downloaded hundreds of emails most of which were rubbish. Tried to update my ...

    Laid Back in Khao Lak

    A travel blog entry by walkerpub on Jan 19, 2014

    6 comments, 20 photos

    ... dinner of local seafood soup, Thai curry, noodles and rice. Dirt cheap by western standards. We enjoyed the place so much we ate all our meals there, for probably less than one dinner at the resort.

    Two nights is not much of a stay in a top resort but we did get a feel for the instant holiday lifestyle. Generally speaking the JW provided a western experience, and as Thai labour is cut-rate, the service staff ratio was greater than one employee ...

    Into the Jungle!

    A travel blog entry by katherine_white on Nov 23, 2013

    129 photos

    ... we saw an Osprey. When we arrived at where we were staying I was SO pleased! It was way more rustic than I could ever have imagined, it was a floating rafthouse and was literally wooden huts attached to a wooden path with a wooden communal / dining area. I loved it. As you walked across it you had to be careful not to fall into the lake and at some points it felt like it could collapse underneath you. To get to the toilets you had to go across one of the ...

    Thailand is great...

    A travel blog entry by cargal on Aug 26, 2013

    5 photos

    ... the heat of the day and I really wasn't into anymore walking as it 100 degrees. So I asked the front desk about how to get up to the Main Street without having to waist to much energy. They offered a courtesy car and drove us up. It wasn't far at all but in this heat I really did't wanted not to melt completely. As it was Bec was looking for swimmers, I would wait in front of the fans in the shop and hog all the air.

    We walked past one of ...