Ao Nang Cozy Place

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

420/16-17 Moo2, Muang, Aonang, Krabi, 81000, Thailand
Ao Nang Cozy Place
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Costs 54% less but rated 18% lower than other 2 star hotels

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Forum Posts

Full Moon party on Phi Phi Island

by harivansha

A bunch of us are planning to go pp on full moon on Dec 12. Our trip happens same time. So could we know for a fact anyone is able to provide an idea how great the full moon party. I do know Phangan near Koh Samui is the famous spot for full moon party but then we have our chances with Krabi only this time. So anyone knows anything abt this. please speak up. :) Thank you!

Check out the following link

by wsloh

Have some info regarding Phi Phi fullmoon party.

Re: Full Moon party on Phi Phi Island

by wsloh

Sorry... this would be a better link. I haven't been there but will be soon in Nov. So, was doing some research, came across this.

It's apparently not like Koh Phangan.... less wild, less promiscous, less high....

Re: Full Moon party on Phi Phi Island

by harivansha

Thanks Loh. I had came across the same external links. I guess it would be alittle quieter ones. I would love to try Koh Phangan but the flight from KL to Koh Samui are expensive through fireflyz airline on dec 12. Cant see any other airline going there from KL.

Re: Full Moon party on Phi Phi Island

by wsloh

Be cautious at such parties..... Money, wallet, passport, THE LAW.

Anyway, fireflyz may be a bit more expensive but convenient, straight to Koh Samui. For slightly budget option, get on an overnight bus to Hatyai and upon which bus to Koh Samui, which connects through a ferry.

Travel Tips for Krabi

Proper Buddhist Temple Etiquette

by iNorv9

While many tourists often regard Buddhist temples as great photo opportunities, many also fail to properly respect them as places of worship. Here are a few basic tips for proper temple etiquette:

1) Dress properly. Clothing (for both men and women) should cover the shoulders and knees. This means no tank-tops or short skirts. T-shirts should be fine. Occaisionally some well visited sites have "cover clothing" for rent.

2) Always remove your shoes before entering the temples.

3) The feet are considered the 'lowest' part of the body, so avoid pointing them towards other people and especially any altars or Buddha images

4) Women should never touch monks! Do not even hand out something to them directly. Just use an intermediary, or place an item on a table.

By following these simple guidelines you'll still be able to appreciate the beauty of Thailand's temples, and now the local worshipers will appreciate you right back.

...after you've come so far...

by AndreSTGT

...wouldn't it be a shame to miss out on a dip in the beautiful turquoise water of the lagoon? It's such a great feeling after all the sweating and adrenaline rushes to just get rid of your dirty clothes and jump in the water...

Thai Food

by flying_dolphin7

There's many thai restaurant along the whole krabi street, i try it everyday when i was there. I can't remember the name but there's just next to the Verandah Resort. Reasonable price with delicious local foods.

Beautiful views of the river delta

by sourbugger

If you take a songthaw or motorcycle taxi out to the Maritime resort about 2km north of the town (see Hotel tips) then you can ascend to the eighth floor of the large hotel where they have a conference room.

The views from the walkway and conference room (if it's not in use) are impressive - they face out towards the sea overlooking the Krabi river delta with the Limestone karsts dotted about.

It reminded me a great deal of the landscapes around Gullin in Southern China.

Thai cooking class

by jackiesg

Enjoy Thai food? Like to know more about it? Join a half day thai cooking class then!

There are many such cooking schools in Krabi. some hotels also offer such courses too. For me, I've joined a half day thai cooking course by Siam Cuisine. The course, costing $1,200 baht per person, includes: An english speaking instructor, introduction to basic ingredients in Thai cooking, all the ingredients and utensils required in the cooking and 6 thai dishes of your choice from a list of menus.

The school starts even if there's only one student for that day. The day I went, there's only me and another lady from Norway. So, we have the fullest attention from our instructior! :D

The cooking class was fun. I get to prepare all the ingredients for my dishes, cook them under the instructor's guidance and of course, get to eat my own cooking after that! My Phat Thai was delicious, just that I did not add enough lime. Hee!

By the end of the class, each of us will still be given a recipe book to bring home for reference!

After the course, I think Thai cooking can be made easy too. The most difficult part for me, is how to get Thai ingredients in GZ! Ha!


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