Chang Park Resort & Spa

Address: 40/6 Baan Man Kang Khao, Ko Chang, 23120, Thailand | 3 star resort
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This 3 star resort is located on 40/6 Baan Man Kang Khao, Ko Chang.
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    Travel Blogs from Ko Chang


    A travel blog entry by vinkor on Apr 10, 2015

    12 photos

    ... around but wasteful of energy.My days are made of walks on the beach, in the nearby village, swim in the pool and the beach early and late. The best part is when I stop at sunset on the terrace to admire the sunset every time different and with colors not bad. I drink a beer and then I start to chat with neighbors: recently some American and Australian, father and son in London, two Swedes, etc ...But I no longer have the incentives and interests of going deep ...

    Lazy Days at Lazy Day....

    A travel blog entry by kleinfamille on Jan 16, 2015

    24 comments, 25 photos

    ... the missing 'pink bikini')." Phew. Mystery solved. I knew we didn't leave with a bathing suit that was not ours.... but the lady said "Yes that is the pink bikini. It is missing. You want I call police?". Sigh. "No. No of course not... how much do you want...?" I paid for the 'missing bikini' that I am sure will show up in another one of her many baskets and called it a night. Never a dull moment with the Kleins. Thank goodness I avoided.... "Canadian charged with shoplifting on sleepy Thai island"

    Thailand - the final destination

    A travel blog entry by sarahstead on Mar 14, 2014

    59 photos

    ... or from illegal logging farms. Some of the elephants have awful injuries, broken legs and hips which have healed in awkward positions causing them disability, a couple are blind and a few have broken backs where they have been used for tourists to ride on but incorrectly (people riding elephants should sit on their neck and not across their backs). They are very well looked after at this park which is 250acres and also has a cat and dog sanctuary. The park sits on the river ...

    Koh Mak

    A travel blog entry by mclark65 on Jan 28, 2014

    29 photos

    Not much sleep, lots of barking from dogs fighting, loads of stray dogs here, huge cull needed!!... At one point I even thought I heard an Elephant roaring! Up at 6, showered and out for some breakfast,, bungalow right next to an Elephant Zoo!..... nowhere open for breakfast so made do with some toasties from 7/11.. The ferry this time was taking me where it normally departs,,, chaos again... Which meant the speed boat left from a different pier, about a 30 second walk from ...

    Idyllic Elephant Island

    A travel blog entry by crayonchameleon on May 10, 2013

    10 photos

    ... beach walks. This time of year isn't that busy here and it's fairly quiet even on the beach.

    Laos and Cambodia were hot, harsh, dry, dusty places. Of course I'm happy I went but now I'm equally grateful to be near the ocean. This is the best way to wind down after weeks of travel, and to decompress for awhile. A few days before leaving I went scuba diving for the first time! It was a great idea but I got super ...