Koh Mook Sivalai Beach Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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Hired a long-tail boat this morning to take us to Emerald Cove and snorkelling at Koh Mook. As it is on the tourist day trip route we went first thing to try and avoid the masses. To get to the cove you have to swim through a cave and then it takes you into an open topped enclosed beach with ...
Walk along the beach first thing flowed by another amazing breakfast! A lazy day with the kindle today! Did get all ready for a hike up through the jungle to a secluded beach but after the 30 min walk just to get to the entrance to the jungle walk it was too hot & I'm pretty sure I sweated off most of the mosquito repellent lol!!! So ...
... deserto ma fortunatamente la proprietaria tailandese del molo ci organizza una barca privata di un’ora per arrivare a Koh Kradan e dopo 15 minuti arriva il capitano vestito completamente da cowboy (completo di cappello e stivali sotto i 35 gradi tailandesi).
Ci dirigiamo lentamente verso il mare aperto tra le mangrovie, le rocce che emergono dall’acqua azzurro-verde.. qui il paesaggio ...
Ko Mook, or Muk (both spellings are used) is one of the Trang Islands, on the Andaman coast of Thailand, and was to be our last stop of the Thai islands before returning to Malaysia. We hadn't originally planned on visiting any of the Trang Islands, so as we boarded the little ferry from Ko Lanta, we weren't sure what to expect. As we approached the island, the ferry stopped, and we were led outside to see a traditional longtail boat bobbing alongside. Our backpacks were ...
... you go you will find fresh products like fruit, fish and traditional handcrafts.
This region hides a lot of precious and beautiful sights still to be discovered and thanks to the more conservative attitude of the local governors it has been saved from mass tourism and cultural alienation. Nothing to compare what has happened to the well famous Phuket and Ko Phi Phi islands where you feel like being in Benidorm or Bodrum...