Peace Laguna Resort

193 Moo2, Ao Nang Beach, Ao Nang, Krabi Province, 81000, Thailand | 3 star resort
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This 3 star resort, located on 193 Moo2, Ao Nang Beach, Ao Nang, is near Ao Luk.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Ao Nang

    Hello Thailand my old friend.

    A travel blog entry by lesstravelledby on Jul 12, 2014

    9 photos

    ... 85px;">Are we there yet???

    You'll notice that I mentioned we hit Krabi. Yes... so while our final destination was Ao Nang mini van number 2 would was only going to take us as far as Krabi. And we're here so suddenly the driver of Mini Van number 2 is suddenly asking us where we want to go? We look blankly. "Ao Nang? you go to Ao Nang?" Yes please!

    Enter Tuk ...

    A month of Thai Islands!

    A travel blog entry by phizly on Mar 11, 2014

    16 photos

    ... it. Free buckets of booze to anyone volunteering to fight. The landscape and backdrop of the surrounding islands is unreal. Koh Phi Phi Le, home to Maya Beach, and Leonardo Decaprio’s "The Beach" is a quick long tail boat ride away. The scuba sites are also a quick boat ride away and were much better than what I saw in Koh Tao. The downside is that everything is a bit more expensive. 2 tank dive trips with gear rental were around $70 (2,250 baht) versus $45 ...

    Hijacking WiFi is a Full Time Job

    A travel blog entry by marciad on Dec 28, 2013

    9 photos

    ... couple nights of walking the night markets produces some fine, highly authentic, toothless frog ladies getting right up in our grills trying to sell us various trinkets, most coveted of which, the infamous “croaking frog”. I have to be sure to pick one up on my way out of Bangkok.

    As I finish writing this post, I am enjoying the serenade of a pack of dogs howling at the evening call to prayer. Kho Jum, afterall, is a Muslim ...


    A travel blog entry by coopsey91 on Nov 08, 2013

    ... I'm sure ten, fifteen, twenty years ago the islands were amazing, not as discovered, not as touristy. This reiterates a point I have conjured up in my head, I get the impression that Cambodia and Vietnam is like what Thailand was like fifteen/twenty years ago, so I fear for the future of those countries' tourist industry. I hope those two countries manage to keep the same atmosphere and mystery I experienced there, and not become as commercialised and spoilt ...

    A day exploring Phi Phi Lee

    A travel blog entry by sophie.slm.7 on Sep 05, 2013

    2 comments, 88 photos

    ... and sizes but they were so cute and full of fun and character. Typical monkeys but our guide coco told us not to touch or feed as thru are wild and plus I didn't fancy catching rabies, we took lots of photos and it was so exciting to be so close, unfortunately two monkeys ran after each of the girls and wrapped Devens clothes which I found hilarious but they were too concerned about the rabies so they just kept on running, at the same time about 6 or 7 monkeys ...