How has this villa rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of Bangsak Village
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Bangsak Village Takua Pa
Travel Blogs from Takua Pa
... so we arrived in Khoa Lak slightly ahead of schedule.
The hotel is the best one yet (though I think that every time!). It has direct access to 190 meters of Khao Lak Beach front and is surrounded by 15 acres of lush tropical gardens. The are several swimming pools and restaurants with a few little shops close by. The pool that we resided at once we arrived at the hotel had a swim up bar much ...
We took it slowly this morning. Packed our wet things and went for breakfast. After an hour or so, Sunny got there. Asked what he did with his wet stuff, he replied he got it to the laundry right across the street. So I hurried over to have them done all my dirty laundry for the astronomical amount of 650 Bath. Which isn't cheap for 5,4 kilos, but I like to have it cleaned and dry. The sun was out against all predictions. Sunny gave us an amazing tour ...
If there is one thing to see in Thailand it is this place. Personally i think it was the highlight of my trip in this country, although there were a lot of special places in Thailand, these last two days have been wonderful.
We arrived in Khao Sok and got dropped off about 2km from the entrance of the park. Between there and the bus stop are several guesthouses, bungalows, restaurants and shops so we shopped around for a place to stay.
We are on a budget as you know so ...
... for a whole 24 hours, but I will let him off. Jungle Gen insisted on spending the first night trekking in the jungle looking for critters. We found lots, plus an awesome flying squirrel that scurried up a tree in front of us. We tried to get it to fly, but it wasn't interested and went back to gymnastics training. Jungle Gen also discovered that tarantulas live in holes, and wouldn't shut up about it (really, with a name like Jungle Gen, I would expect her to know that ...
... suddenly, 20 minutes before the scheduled end of the lesson a teacher appeared and said it was time for lunch. Whoosh…….off went our boxes as we frantically tried to collect in all the packs of coloured pencils and chase after the rest of our equipment.
We sat with the other teachers for lunch. We were served rice, chicken and soup and offered chillies, spring onions, cucumber and coriander to go with it as well as various sauces. It was very ...