Khao Lak Green Beach Resort

Address: Moo 7, Nang Thong Beach, Kukkak, Takuapa, Khao Lak, 82190, Thailand | Resort
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This resort, located on Moo 7, Nang Thong Beach, Kukkak, Takuapa, Khao Lak, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Khao Lak

    Doing nothing is hard but good for soul

    A travel blog entry by dmcr38191 on May 10, 2015

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    Sleep in, I think. Chugged down a bottle of hangover cure and rolled over a few more. Life is hard in luxury - no alarms, no bedside clock, no MSNBC news. Day = breakfast, check. Lie on beach, check. Take out Catamaran, check. Go out in Kayaks, check. Lounge a little and a lot, check. More sunscreen, check. Lounge a little more, check. Trip into 'town' so that we can say we ...

    Dag 10 - van Khao Lak naar Chumphophon

    A travel blog entry by car2mandalay15 on Feb 10, 2015

    4 photos

    ... Friedrichs in the Alvis was four seconds down, and Caroline Greenhalgh was just two seconds adrift despite the ominous-sounding grinding noises from her back axle, two seconds down was also the score of Mike Butler, Anton Gonnisen, and Lars Rolner. Some excellent results are being turned in by several Vintage crews.

    In the Classics division, three cars managed to ...

    Maldives of Thailand

    A travel blog entry by kvolsky on May 13, 2014

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    ... undocumented people were living in the local villages. Spread through out town and along some stretches of beach there are photos posted of the area to remind of the devastation suffered. A memorial is set up where a police boat was forced ashore nearly 2km from it's original position at sea giving an idea of how far inland the waves reached. Fortunately
    being a popular dive and tourist area the community was able to rebuild a ...

    Diving the Similans.

    A travel blog entry by isabellamac on Nov 16, 2013

    ... sites. Our basic itinerary was starting in the Similan Islands before heading north into Burmese waters to dive Koh Bon, Koh Tachai and Richeliu Rock (supposedly named by Jacques Cousteau who thought the soft coral looked like the cape of a Cardinal). On our way home we also stopped by a wreck called the Boongsun which had been broken up by the tsunami.

    The dive sites varied from massive granite boulders to limestone walls all covered in completely different coral than what ...


    A travel blog entry by lizandgazwalker on Jul 16, 2013

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    ... from the photos it was a ravine with a strong stream running through it, much like a horizontal waterfall.
    The elephant would put his trunk down first to test the stability of the ground and if OK then he would take a step. We didn't go all the way as we felt sorry for him and asked the guide to take him back home.
    As we drove away down came the torrential rain again, so lucky.
    Joe was such a nice man and could not do enough for us. Great day!