Ao Nang Beach Resort

142 Moo 2, Beach Road, Aonang Ampur Muang, Ao Nang, Krabi Province, Thailand | Resort
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This resort, located on 142 Moo 2, Beach Road, Aonang Ampur Muang, Ao Nang, is near Ao Luk.
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    Travel Blogs from Ao Nang

    Travel blog. Entry 9. South Thailand

    A travel blog entry by sarlexpovend on Jun 11, 2014

    67 photos

    Vikki and Chris blog part two (temporary back packers) The end of our last blog was written at the start of our journey on a night train from Bangkok to Krabi. It was the first time we have ever been on a night train I didn't really know what to expect. At first when we boarded the train we were all a bit confused as there were no beds. Not long …

    Thailand - Ao Nang & Railay

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on May 08, 2014

    147 photos

    ... can say that we made it but thanks to a great luck!

    Below you can find a more detailed itinerary of our long and exhausting journey from the Perhentian Islands (Malaysia) to Ao Nang (Thailand).

    1. Perhentian Islands (Coral Bay) -> Kuala Besut: small boat; 1 hour; RM 35 per person.
    2. Kuala Besut -> Kota Bharu: local bus (A/C); 45 minutes; RM 6 per person.
    3. Kota Bharu -> Rantau Panjang (Thai-Malay border): local bus; 1 hour; RM 5,10 per person. ...

    Climbing in a Limestone Wonderland

    A travel blog entry by juliensimon on Mar 04, 2014

    16 photos

    ... The routes were either very polished or VERY sharp due to all the metamorphic rock.
    Due to the heat and tour groups, we often climbed until sun set. However, on two occasions Sarah had to finish climbing two routes in complete darkness. As they were both well traveled routes, the chalk made finding the holds quite simple and the bats comforted her as she knew she was not alone. Both of the routes were overlooking the ocean on clear sky nights so they were ...

    Monkeys & Outlaws

    A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Feb 28, 2014

    9 photos

    ... and connecting two small mountainous islands. Despite the continuous development both bays are still postcard perfect. We did see a boat being loaded with rubbish for dumping at sea, saddening. With just four hours, we had lunch, explored and returned to our overloaded princess. Phi Phi Ley will have to wait. Graham taught us Whist over diner and walked home, we stopped so Emma could cuddle an Iguana and a baby Capuchin Monkey. Both were with handlers, there for ...


    A travel blog entry by lauren0289 on Jan 16, 2014

    4 photos

    ... fully booked. We begrudgingly paid the extra, going from £7 a night to nearly £40 a night each wasn't exactly good for the budget but being a clean hotel with the beach out the front made it a lot easier! The island is so small with only a handful of places to eat but was so nice to chill out and look out on a lovely view each day, could of stayed here forever but I'm sure it would get boring so we caught the boat to Koh Phi Phi the next ...

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    Mueang Krabi, Thailand
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    Mueang Krabi, Thailand