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- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Kids pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Free parking
- Concierge desk
- Continental Breakfast
TravelPod Member ReviewsWarapura Resort Ko Chang
I loved the luxurious bungalow and its designery decorations. You could get free dvd's to watch in the evenings. There's a nice little pool to cool down in and relax by, with shady and sunny spots. The waiters come to serve you anything from the restaurant. The restaurant is also a lovely place to sit or lie in a hammock, with a free view of the ocean, and spectacular sunsets. The only downside is that the bars nearby have loud party nights, so bring ear plugs.
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asbestos is found everywhere in Thailand, most of the roofs of buildings, bungalows for tourists, restaurants, bars are made of asbestos and when they throw down houses to rebuild, the workers do not use any precaution, do not realize the danger .Unfortunately, in my resort, all bungalows are covered with asbestos, but these days there is the triumph of stupidity: they are creating a large bungalow between the bar and the restaurant and there are half a dozen ...
... next door at a fancy hotel. People with lampions or sky lanterns for sell or ready to go and everyone waiting for midnight ! At 12 the fireworks started and hundreds of these lanterns were freed into the starry sky. What a lovely peaceful sight ! About an hour later we left, Maria & Claudio went to get a taxi van and we got on our motorbike. When we past lonely beach we stopped and walked into the mass of people dancing and cheering away. Real fun to see, we looked around for a ...
... We spent the whole day exploring different beaches and then on the way home we got some more mistery meat street food. Hania's food was preatty easy - 100% it was a fish, whereas after finding a brown spinal cord and ribs in John's 'chicken', we are pretty sure it was either a large squirrel or a small cat. Either way it was, quite tasty though.
We had heard about the famous bucket coctails served in a child's sand bucket and we decided to ...
... and ensure we were on the correct carriage!! Oh and we had 10 minutes to do so!! We had to que for a few minutes for our tickets and we were evidently conscious of the clock ticking! After asking a tourist officer where platform 4 was, we ran to our carriage in a state of panic with just a few remaining minutes to spare! We kept asking the train station staff that were scattered down the platform which carriage we were supposed to be on, and every time they just pointed ...
... inside our bungalow. We're not kidding when we say that this Gecko was huge, and was perched on the wall next to one of our pillows. We spent the next 30 minutes trying to remove it using a broom to no avail, so decided to go ask the owner of the bungalows if he knew how we could get rid of it. His response was simply "jah we know, he lives der, itz his 'ome" (said in a Dutch accent!). This is proof that we are now at one with nature as we shared our hut with ...