Anchalee Inn

267/269/271 Rat-U-Thit 200 Pee Road, Patong Beach, Patong, 83150, Thailand

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  • Families86
  • Couples52
  • Solo80
  • Business100
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    The hotel was centrally located within a short walking distance to Patong beach. The hotel is managed by a British man, who was extremely accommodating and helpful. The rooms were big, nicely decorated, with free wireless internet, a TV, refridgerator, provate bathroom, and daily maid service for every room. There is also a pool and average priced bar/restaurant in the hotel lobby. The room cost 700 (around $20USD), making it a very affordable price.

    If you are interested in renting a motor bike/moped, Anchalee offers daily use of the bike for 200BHT (about $6 USD).

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Forum Posts

aussie mum of two

by Lisaadams

I have two sons one is 11 the other 7. is it safe to take young children to phuket,especially at night at the markets? My ex-husband wants to take them there.Im concerned with child snatching,trafficing etc......

Re: aussie mum of two

by Josilver

There were lots of families there when I went. Along as you use common sense (ie not carrying visible valuables) I don't think there would be a problem, the biggest problem at night is drunken tourists. Some of the markets are quite big and it wold be easy to get lost, as long as the children stay close it should be OK.
I am sure your children will have a wonderful time, it would be a pity to deprive them of a fantastic experience. A friend of mine has taken her step children overseas several times, but is always worried that their mother will deny permission at the last minute.

Re: aussie mum of two

by xymmot

your kids are safe as long as you watch over them and they don't wander off on their own. If you are at a resort there is no problem on the the night market, you have to be with them. I would worry if they wander off on their own...please put name tags on them and instructions of what to do if they get lost....I remember in New orleans Mardi Gras where my girlfriend and I was separated by the crowd eventhough we were trying on to holding each others hand.
Our back up plan was to meet back at the hotel...and sure enough....she was there a hour later after we losted each strange it was when a sea of people sweep your love one away from you, in front of you, and there was nothing we could do.

cheers tommy x

Re: aussie mum of two

by johnaalex

When was the last time you saw any credible reports of child snatching and trafficing concerning the children of tourists in Thailand?

Phuket is a great place for kids of all ages and as safe as anywhere else (espcially when you consider the vast majority of crimes against kids are people they know or are related to)!



Re: aussie mum of two

by stedeb

The kids will have a great time there is loads to keep them busy and if he is planning on staying at a resort with a kids club they will be occupied and safe. The local markets can be a great education for the kids . It is very safe for kids and I have never heard of any kids being snatched or kidnapped. The evenings in Phuket are busy with families, groups singles in fact everyone. On another note the sex industry in Phuket is alive and well however the clubs are discreet in so much that the girls/guys giving out flyers outside the clubs are dressed okay you cant see into the sex clubs all behind closed doors no unsuitable pics on display I am sure you get the picture.

Re: aussie mum of two

by Tina-Perth

I'm with John. Child snatching and trafficking in Phuket, even Thailand? I wouldn't be worried. As others have said, just ensure they don't get separated from you. The markets can be very busy, but Thais are very considerate of children.

Re: aussie mum of two

by captainmark

Your kids will be fine. Normal supervision is all you need, same as at home. I would not go putting labels on the kids, but maybe put the hotel business card in their pocket just in case they do wander off.


Travel Tips for Phuket

Old fashioned service station

by robertgaz

Some of the off the beaten path service stations are a bit on the rustic side. Half the time the attendants have having a smoke while pumping petrol... and I mean pumping... in some cases straight from a 44 gallon drum!

Hop In the water is fine

by zrim

I found the water in Phang Nga Bay, part of the Andaman Sea, to be very bouyant. You could not drown if you tried. I'm not sure why the salt content of this sea would be higher than that of say the Atlantic Ocean, but it is. The water was about 90 degrees F and felt like a hot tub soak. One note of warning, these waters are frequented by jellyfish and I did get a nice little welt from a sting--but a small price to pay for a superior swim.

Bungee/Bungy Jumping

by WSH80

I'm not sure how many of you realize that you can actually try bungee jumping in Phuket. I don't know about this until when I did some researches on the internet before heading to Phuket for the first time. I didn't try it this time, but maybe I will give it a shot on my next visit. :-)

There're 2 bungee jumping locations in Phuket: (1) Jungle Bungee Jump and (2) World Bungee Jump.

(1) Jungle Bungee Jump (Formerly known as Tarzan Jungle Bungee Jump)

Opened in 1992, this is a 50m (165 ft.) jump over a lagoon surrounded by lush jungle. It boasts a 100% safety record, and provides full insurance cover. It is located in Kathu, halfway between Patong and Phuket City.

Open daily from 09:00 to 18:00.

(2) World Bungee Jump

Claims to be Southern Thailand's highest bungee jump at 60 metres (197 ft.). Located just off Sainamyen Road, this bungee jump is only a few minutes from Patong Beach.

Open daily from 07:00 to 19:00.

Great cheap Markets

by junecorlett about No Names!!!!

Phuket Markets

No matter where you go on the island you will find Plaza's and markets.
You need good bartering skills.
I was called on by my family to do all the bartering as I had a lot of tips from fellow VT-ers.
If they ask B500 for an item, go in at half that. Sometimes you can go as low as B180 to start and end at B250. Worked for me. Not always - I found a genuine leather Jimmy Choo COPY bag. They wanted B4000. I started at B2500 and gave up. The next evening I went back, started bartering again and got it for B2200 Sandals, handbags, jewelry, shirts, T shirts...everything. Start bartering at half of what they ask. They love it....

Girls, girls, girls???

by Vickster about The Simon Cabaret

Ladyboys at their finest!
Thailand, and especially Bangkok, has long been associated with cross dressing males and they're so good you'd swear they were actually female.
That theme has now spread to Phuket and the Simon Cabaret on the outskirts of Patong.
There are two shows a night and its highly entertaining for all the right reasons.
If anyone's worried about taking the kids, it really is a show suitable for all. Definitely no smut, jusy entertainers enjoying themselves. And if the kids are a little young to understand why a guy would want to dress like a woman, these men are so convincing you need never tell them. Smart casual - jeans are acceptable, but having a drink in the outdoor bar before or after the show probably means they'd be too hot anyway.


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 Anchalee Inn

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Address: 267/269/271 Rat-U-Thit 200 Pee Road, Patong Beach, Patong, 83150, Thailand