Aonang Tropical Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAonang Tropical Resort Ao Nang
We booked for 3 days in a superior room and on arrival was upgraded to the deluxe accommodation. The huts are a good size for 2 with a nice size bathroom and a sit out verandah with an overhead roof so keeps it lovely and cool. The air con is the best yet! Works really well.
We have a tv in the room but does not work so not sure why it's provided. When we asked they said no tv's work here...? We also do not get supplied tea or coffee in the rooms which we found strange in 'deluxe' accommodation.
The pool is lovely, cleaned daily and plenty of sunbeds to choose from.
Overall the resort is great and would recommend to anyone. Well worth a stop over!
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This was a quiet few days stay, very touristy here, markets selling the same stuff one stall after another.... Marcus has been unwell so trying to sleep it off so we have just been by the pool chillin and strolling around the town and seafront... Looking forward to tomorrow, we go to Phi Phi Don....
... several caves as well as two or three isolated sandy beaches. It was quite cloudy that day so we didnīt even get sunburnt.
After we returned the kayak it started raining so we went back to our resort and jumped to the swimming pool. There is nothing better than chilling in the outdoor swimming pool during the rain.
We spent the afternoon by eating, drinking, chatting and chilling. Later we went to a beach bar and got some beer which made our evening quite funny :) ...
... deep lagoon for more swimming (jumping off the front of the boat). Next stop was Monkey Beach, which was completely full of 'cute' monkeys that would happily bite your hand off for food (we skipped that activity!). En route we pull up next to Viking Cave - apparently infamous for centuries old cave paintings of Viking Ships, but now home to a bird colony whose 'spit' is collected and ...
... came back to pick me up.. Nearly everyone was asleep when I got back,, had a little pass around before I fell into a restless sleep on deck looking at the stars with such a thin sleeping bag I thought it was a parachute haha!... An amazing experience and a top 10 night of my life.. Thanks to Guy and Brum and the Sleepaboard team and of course all you guys that made it what it was, I'll add you all to Facebook and treasure our group ...
... was that our tour guide promised us the most beautiful lake and spot at the end and how right he was. It was absolutely stunning sand dunes surrounded the lake with tee tree oil trees in the lake making the lake smell amazing. The sand dunes caused a hill down to the lake which meant you could sprint down and jump into the most refreshing lake after the horrendous walk! We stayed there for an hour just swimming in the lake. It was so peaceful and we just felt so far away ...