Thiwa Ratri Resort & Spa

Address: 99/99 Moo 3, Kamala, Phuket, 83150, Thailand | Resort
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Location

This resort, located on 99/99 Moo 3, Kamala, is near Phuket FantaSea, Freedom Beach, Butterfly Garden & Insectarium, and Nicky's Handlebar Harley Tour.
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2.00 of 5 stars Fair
 

Travel Blogs from Kamala

Tires make me tired...

A travel blog entry by lost_with_lisa on Oct 28, 2014

2 comments, 10 photos

Today was the day I decided to kick it up a notch, try to keep up with the crazy young ones ;) I may not have mentioned it, but there are people of all shapes and sizes here, all nationalities and all ages. There is a huge population of people under thirty though and then a group who look to be quite a few years older. So I am the oldest in our little group... Maybe why I feel I am always falling apart! Or why the people in the ...

Sawasdee! Part 2

A travel blog entry by katie-and-phil on Aug 01, 2014

16 photos

... of the hotel.

In planning the rest of our activities on Phuket, we quickly realized that renting a scooter was the most economical way to explore the various beaches and towns that we wanted to see. Our beach trip earlier in the day revealed that we could rent a scooter for just 200 Thai Baht ($6.25 US) per day. The only downside to this plan was that we would have to navigate the hectic streets of Phuket…on a tiny and ...

Day 4 - Adventure Trekking

A travel blog entry by insp2dream on Mar 14, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

... and no broken bones and we even survived the rally driver who drove the mini bus there and back. 60 km/hr speed limit, pfft why when you can do 110 km/hr. In Adelaide I would be having heart failure, over here you just accept it, no point stressing and I'll say this they drive 10 times better than most Aussies. It takes immense skill to drive with scooters, cars and trucks pulling out and overtaking on both sides and not hitting them. ...

Paradise lost, Paradise found

A travel blog entry by lisashoe on Jan 29, 2014

28 photos

... quiet, fishing villages, dirt roads winding through rubber tree forests. The reason it's been mostly unexploited is because the beaches aren't perfect, but the view is! Beautiful karst limestone humps of cave filled islands dot the horizon and the beach is covered in amazing shells and bits of coral. I get a neck ache on the first day looking for treasures but it's totally worth it! Bags of sorted shells for imagined new artworks start to pile up on our bungalow table. Mom tries ...

The Paradise Bubble

A travel blog entry by emds on May 17, 2013

8 photos

... little world and see some more of Phuket.

We joined up with them at their camp and met some of their trainers that were so fit they couldn’t help but be extremely enthusiastic about everything. I made a mental note to myself to become that fit and enthusiastic.

We spent the day exploring a few secluded beaches in the area. It was a very low-key part of the island and Ross and Lauren and been there long enough to know the backroads and some of the locals. We ...