Dream Valley Resort

43 Moo 2 Ao Nang, Ao-Tonsai, Krabi Town, 81000, Thailand
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60%

Satisfaction Poor
Excellent
8%
3
Very Good
25%
9
Average
27%
10
Poor
22%
8
Terrible
16%
6

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Good For Families
  • Families50
  • Couples35
  • Solo50
  • Business0

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Photos

Photo taken by HaraldPhoto taken by Harald

Boua Tong cave near Huay To Waterfall, Krabi, TH.Boua Tong cave near Huay To Waterfall, Krabi, TH.

Sun set in Railey West BaySun set in Railey West Bay

a monkeya monkey

Forum Posts

Tonsai accommodations

by afornal

Has anyone stayed at the Dream Valley Resort in Tonsai? I would like to herer some reviews, as I cannot seem to find many reviews online.

Thanks!

Ton Sai Beach??

by kurious

Hello,

Does anyone know what kind of shape Ton Sai beach (near Krabi) is in? Stayed near the Andaman Nature Resort bungalows back in August and worrying about the people that live, work and visit there.....

Re: Ton Sai Beach??

by aseretool

I would also like to hear of any information about Tonsai. I stayed at the Dream Valley Resort for 4 months and currently my friend is on holiday there. Any information would be appreciated...

I know that Railey Beach was hit so I presume Tonsai was as well. But to what extent is the damage?

Re: Re: Ton Sai Beach??

by mdspiers

Have you heard anything specific about Railey--specifically west?

Re: Re: Ton Sai Beach??

by aseretool

I heard reports of a guy who staying at Railey Beach and was out diving at the time. He came back to chaos with helicopters airlifting the injured out. I've also heard of climbers in the area surviving by being up a cliff at the time and another running to higher ground. The media is not coming forth with information on this area. I heard in one report that Ao Nang was badly hit and then in another that it wasn't badly hit at all. I've read a report that the 5 star resort at Phra Nang beach (just around the cliffs from Rei Ley) was badly damaged.
It is hard to piece together what devastation loved ones might be going through at this time but I'm being optimistic as higher ground is easily accessible in this area. I hope we all get good news.

Re: Ton Sai Beach??

by kentsuarez

I have the same question except for Ton Sai on Phi Phi Don. I'm very worried about the folks who run and instruct at Hippodivers.

Re: Ton Sai Beach??

by aseretool

Finally an article about railay:

http://www.railay.com/railay/intro/intro.shtml

Re: Ton Sai Beach??

by craiger969

Does anyone have information on lives lost on Tonsai and west railay besides the reported 10 boatmen.

Re: Re: Ton Sai Beach??

by Agraichen

http://krabi.com/tsunami.htm

Web site is updated with most of the hotels listed with their condition.

Travel Tips for Krabi

These fish

by j-san

These little fish are everywhere you put your head under the water! The boat drivers will also throw in peanuts, biscuits and whatever else they happen to have while you are down there, making you suddenly surrounded by hundreds of these fish! I hear they can take a nip out of you too! :o

Let the Train take the Strain

by M0B1US

Train travel in Thailand is a very economical and easy way to get around.

We took a sleeper train over 600kms from Surat Thani into the centre of Bangkok (see the accommodation tip!) and for the equivalent of about £10 each including agents fees arrived refreshed and raring to going without having wasted any of our daytime for other activities...

We travelled in 2nd class and the journey seemed safe with plenty of authorities in evidence both on the train and at the stations - though I have heard stories that these are the ones you have to watch out for!

Although we slept quite comfortably for the majority of the journey, in the morning you were able to watch the countryside roll by and get an idea of rural life in Thailand as the train passed by. At many of the stops hawkers get on to sell delicious food and drinks for rock bottom prices and you are able to nibble away on this 'table service' at your leisure while you watch the changing scenery out of your window as the train makes its way towards its final destination...

The train arrived at the main station in Bangkok, which is right in the centre of town.

This is not the most salubrious of areas and you do have to have your wits about you - more about this on my Bangkok page...

Not bad for a tenner! :-)

4-island hopping

by efoo

Option of $450 THB by longtail boat for long rides returning about 5pm or $750 THB by speedboat for time-saver rides returning about 2 pm. Tour includes lunch, snorkelling equipments, water and hotel pickup.

Cave On East Railay

by ChrisRJ

There's a cave located inland a bit from the East Railay beach. It'll probably only take you 30 minutes to go look at it, but it's just one more thing to do in this very small area.

There is the occasional sighting of large snakes in there so just keep your eyes pealed.

Ko Poda

by clouds111

This island only 20/25 minute longtail ride from Ao Nang and Rai Leh had in my opinion the best sandy beaches in the area. The sand was powdery white and the views of the mainland are great and there was hardly a soul there the afternoon we arrived.

There is a place to eat there and a small resort - Poda Island Resort that offers small bungalows set away from the beach. The resort is available for walk-in guests only

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Address: 43 Moo 2 Ao Nang, Ao-Tonsai, Krabi Town, 81000, Thailand