Dawn Of Happiness
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDawn Of Happiness Krabi
Absolutely amazing. We booked 2 nights here thinking that we would check out other places when we arrived. We ended up staying 6 nights. Bamboo huts, rustic jungle vibe and the staff made us feel like friends instead of just guests. They even let us use the kitchen one night to cook some Pad Thai (a recipe we learned from a local cooking class the day before). I travelled here with my two sons (18 and 20) and they didn't want to leave. I thought about staying closer to action in Ao Nan, but with motor bikes, this was the perfect location for taking off and exploring... Ao Thalane, Krabi, Tiger Cave, National Park, all within easy reach. One of the coolest highlights was riding a horse called Easy. Yes, one of the managers, Django, keeps a horse on the property as his personal horse. Easy is not for rent, but Django let me stroll up and down on the beach... bare back. It seems that this place is not for everybody... but, for us it was more than perfect. At $28 a night, I will definitely be staying here again.
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Being that Ben and I are lucky enough to have a home base on Koh Lanta for 5 months, we decided to take advantage of the easy access we have to some of Thailand's neighbouring countries. After much research online and through word-of-mouth, we decided on Myanmar (Burma) as our first destination and made a plan to see Yangon, Bagan and Inle Lake.
Our nearest airport is in Krabi (a 2.5 hour drive from Koh Lanta) so, knowing the vans between the ...
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- Ao Nang Beach—We arrived in Ao Nang after our spontaneous flight from Bangkok, and were so excited to see the amazing rock cliffs surrounding our hotel. Our first day, we went island hopping around the many islands surrounding Krabi, and it was maybe the best day of our trip so far. We climbed to a lagoon surrounded by rock cliffs that tested Jack's fear of heights, but was definitely worth the climb (Go Pro footage ...
... Alison the kind of sea life, beaches and scenery that we are almost taking for granted now. We arrive back at the hotel at 4pm and we have a quick dip to wash away the salt water. I make a quick dash into town to book our transport to Khao Sok, then it's back to shower and get ready. This is sadly our final night but the Taj Palace is still ahead of us. The menu is immediately much more authentic than the last indian so it is looking promising. The food comes out and ...
... is just too expensive for a return ticket which is what we would have needed. We got the posh scooby one that was a dream to drive according to Scott. Haha! This evening we took a ride over to Ao Nang, the limestone rocks were absolutely incredible on the way there, they were all different colours of yellow and greys; with trees on top! The area was gorgeous. It was like being in a rainforest jungle! So Nang is definetly the place to be over Krabi Town, it's a lot ...
... is because I had not really considered Thailand outside Chiang Mai and had actually completely given up on the idea of visiting this country when martial law was introduced in early 2014. Thailand only came back on our radar when looking for a meeting point between Vietnam (where Bob visited solo) and Singapore. So, we looked for the most family-friendly Thai island which hasn't succumbed too far to tourism. Answer: Koh Lanta. But I swear no ...