Bel Aire Resort Phuket
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBel Aire Resort Phuket Patong
Room was spacious, decor was very Thai indeed yet nice and pleasing! Housekeeping attendant was attentive and cleant up all our mess from the night before! The small pool cum jacuzzi at the rooftop was a hidden gem, nobody seems to know about it as we seem to be the only one up there everytime!
Location wise, it's still not too far from Bangla Road or the beach.. probably about 5 to 10 min walk, rent a bike & everywhere would be near! Would definitely recommend this to other travellers! Great place for great value!
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Sights: blow your mind cliffs & beaches, trash Sounds: it's all about that bass Smells: sewage Tastes: meat on a stick, green curry Feels: grimy, thai massage (how will we ever live without them?) Koh Phi Phi, it's stunning. Unbelievably gorgeous. And keep in mind it was rocked by a tsunami in 2004. So beautiful The Beach (movie starring Leonardo DiCaprio, 1999) was filmed on one of the islands, Koh Phi Phi Leh. You cannot sleep on that ...
... to swim with plankton! We went on and found a bar nearby with a boxing ring in the centre and several tables and chairs surrounding it. Basically they were asking people to box and offering a free bucket to the winner and of course there were some 'too shaggers' up there! We ordered some food and a couple of buckets and that was it. There are several blank spots at this point but we made it to bed safely and that's what counts!? The ...
We had the BEST nights sleep considering we was sleeping on a boat, we got woken up at 4:00am as we had got to the mainland, but we had pretty much slept since 10pm so that was pretty good, I think I broke the aircon as it wasn't working at all this morning and was dripping! Oops! We got off the boat and all crammed in a tuk tuk and drove to the travel shop, they did sandwiches there and Sam was hungry so he had a tuna one and I had a cuppa tea, we then ...
We had to get a ferry to Koh Phi Phi from Railay East. First we had to get on a long tail boat from the beach to get to the ferrry. As we were pulling up besides the ferry I noticed a guy heaving over the edge of the ferry right above where our boat was about to park. I thought he was going to be sick on us, it was horrible. I wanted to steer clear of him so we headed inside to find some seats. The boat was very choppy, there were a couple ...
... into the secluded bay. The island itself resembled a “ring” with steep limestone hills surrounding 2 shallow bays, the Maya Bay and Loh Samah.
And then I was there with mouth wide-open savoring the entire scene as we slowly advanced towards Maya Bay.
The scenes didn't disappoint me! ...