Phulay Bay, A Ritz Carlton Reserve

Address: 111 Moo 3 Nongthalay, Muang, Nong Thale, Krabi Town, Krabi Province, 81000, Thailand | 5 star resort
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This 5 star resort is located on 111 Moo 3 Nongthalay, Muang, Nong Thale.
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          Day 10 - Penang to Krabi

          A travel blog entry by pompeymj on Nov 10, 2015

          7 photos

          Another day of feeling like I'm being people trafficked, especially when borders are involved! Today I've spent 9 hours travelling from Malaysia to Thailand by minibus. For whatever reason I had apprehensions of the Thai border, however myself and the only other passenger on the mini bus had no issues (he's from Thailand though!). The first ...

          7 Island boat trip

          A travel blog entry by market on Oct 14, 2015

          ... to the pier. There was a mini fire show and we had a cuppa on the pier. I asked the Malaysian girl and the German couple if they fancied meeting up after we git back for a drink. I said don't worry the Indian not coming. I didn't ask him and he wasn't staying anywhere near us. Didn't mean to be mean but he was too much. So about 9 ish myself and the German couple went to the bar, they were staying at the same hostel as me. Turns out they had there own room. I wonder ...

          Phi Phi – the Beach Thailand day 8.

          A travel blog entry by iancarmen on Sep 30, 2015

          167 photos

          ... and went to shark point, another chance to swim, this time with small sharks, but the current was strong, no sharks, no fish either, so it was a quick swim and back on the boat. I took some pictures as we moved on to the next spot as the scenery was
          beautiful, lot of little islands everywhere. We moved on to Myan beach. Well known as as the place where the movie The beach was filmed, a place in the movie looked unspoilt, but now was full of tourist boats ...

          Goodbye Thailand

          A travel blog entry by robhoskin on Mar 23, 2015

          14 photos

          ... amazing. Unfortunately we only got pictures on our good camera so don't have any to upload at the moment! We arrived back at the pier at 7pm, nine and a half hours after our trip had begun started. We saw the crazy side of Phi Phi in the evening when we walked along the beach. The numerous bars that spill out onto the sand were full of people playing games. There were a few limbo sticks, one of which was on fire - a cruel punishment for those that can't do it! We didn't feel that need ...

          Idleness in paradise

          A travel blog entry by holmesaway on Jan 22, 2015

          4 photos

          ... because there are plantations of rubber trees (with their cups), coconut and banana palms, etc. In India, in the south, there would also be coffee bushes, date palms and also eucalyptus trees for quick growing firewood, who's seeds were smuggled in to the country in the nickers of some Governor's wife, sometime in the nineteenth century. So, not untamed jungle everywhere. No proper sunset for Amanda because of a cloud. The barman came across from ...