Club Coconut Resort

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

140/2 Nanai Rd, Patong Beach, Patong, Phuket, 83150, Thailand
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 70% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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1st holiday to thailand - plsease help

by sueperkins48

Hi ,

we are booking our 1st holiday to Thailand. for 2 weeks. Having been on the internet we can see its an amazing country with so much to see and do, but we are overwhelmed by it all - please help!!

we've decided to go far afield for a special 50th birthday.

we've been on the net trying to find hotels, but can't find what we're looking for so any help would be appreciated.

we arrive in Bangkok on 7th of Jan we will be staying in Bangkok for 3 nights.

we need help with the following;

1) our first week we would like to go to kanchanaburi for some walking and wildlife watching, is 2/3 days enough here??

also where do we stay? we would like either 4/5 star hotel and would love it to be quite plush ideally with private pool.

also the rest of the week can we do chiang mai or is that not possible? where would you recommend to stay.

2) we want to do a train ride out of bangkok through beautiful countryside what would you recommend?

3) 2nd week we are going to krabi we don't want any place too touristy however would like restaurants easy to get to.

again i would like some place quite special to stay in like a private pool villa, for romance and relaxation.

preferably 5star. as we plan to be in Krabi for 2/3 nights feel we can splash out a bit.

4) once in krabi what are the must see things to see and do?

5) The rest of the week we would like to spend in either koh samui or phuket. what would you recommend? less touristy the better, for good beaches and privacy but also good restaurants.

i would like a pool villa again what would you all recommend?

any help would really really really be of use and much appreciated.

thanking you in advance

Sue x

Re: 1st holiday to thailand - plsease help

by yvr

Read the Thailand Travel Guides on this website that should answer all your questions.

Re: 1st holiday to thailand - plsease help

by brotherleelove

If you don't mind continuing your trip just a little further from Krabi Town you can take a bus or taxi south to Trang to the Pak Meng Pier to catch a boat to the island of Koh Ngai (Ko Hai) to stay at the Fantasy Resort. The location is amazing. The beach is the most beautiful I've seen in 4 trips to Thailand's islands. Between the views of the offshore karsts and the powdery white sand it was spectacular.

You can also get there by taking a boat from Krabi Town to Koh Lanta then hiring a local to take you the rest of the way to Koh Ngai.

Avoid Patong Beach on Phuket like the plague unless you want to be surrounded by American fast food restaurants (KFC, Pizza Hut, McD's and Starbucks Coffee), 7-11 minimarkets on every corner, girlie bars and too much noisy traffic.

Re: 1st holiday to thailand - plsease help

by mim95

Pimalai Resort on Koh Lanta in Krabi province definitely fits your description. I think it's one of the best resorts on Koh Lanta. It's a very pricey hotel but if it fits your budget, it's definitely worthwhile to stay there. The hotel is located on one of the best beaches on the island. And you can hire a car to get you around the island. There are also cheaper hotels on Lanta. Generally the closer to the north, the busier it gets. There are plenty to do on the island, and you can drive or take a day tour to the waterfalls and hot spring in other parts of the province.

Re: 1st holiday to thailand - plsease help

by brotherleelove

That's a good suggestion too. I passed by Pimalai several times when I was on Koh Lanta and it struck me as an excellent resort environment of obvious high quality.

Re: 1st holiday to thailand - plsease help

by Josilver

I stayed at the Centara Karon Resort in Phuket, you can get villas there by the pool. It is in Karon which is lots less touristy than Patong and has lots of good restruants

Travel Tips for Phuket

Dont loose your noggin!

by LakeFever

Anytime you see the para sailing rides from the beach, watch out......they generally dont have a blocked off area, they simply pick a spot on the beach and go for it. Not so much when they take off - but returning can be interesting, and if your not watching your step you could be flat on your back. Simply put, when the chute comes in after the trip the thais are running all over the place to try and catch them....if your walking along not paying attantion you might get taken off at the neck......if your looking to relax and sunbathe....stay clear from the section of the beach being used for this activity. On another is quite comical to watch for a bit.
Oh, cost.....the guest would be in the air for about 10 minutes (give or take).....I think it was around $20 Canadian.....maybe a little more - 1000baht. We did have fun watching the landings!


by Tina-Perth

Yes, Thai people eat bugs, all sorts of them. Beetles, grasshoppers, crickets, cockroaches, pupae - anything. Fry them up and eat them, ugh!

You even see young schoolkids going up to a stall and buying bags of them. Quite a change from seeing them buy McDonalds!

I believe they are crunchy with a nutty flavour - I'll pass, thanks.

Relax for an afternoon at Bang Wat Dam

by Tina-Perth

Bang Wat Dam is the main water source for Phuket and is nestled in a valley of green. It is extremely picturesque and relaxing. Locals gather here for an afternoon nap or family time. You can buy the famous and extremely delicious pork kebabs, freshly cooked, fragrant and tasty to snack on while you lay on the grass or walk around the park area.

There isn't really anything to do here but to look at a very pretty spot and take some time out. Great for a picnic or romantic interlude, but if it gets late, don't forget your mosquito spray. I didn't see any drinks for sale, so if you think you may want a water - take one with you. A good idea to take wet wipes with you to clean up any sticky fingers from the pork kebabs too!

Paintings (good and bad places to buy)

by picknick about Painting shops at Patong

At the extreme ends of Patong (both north and south), there are rows of shops selling paintings. Prices varies between the shops and bargaining is a must. I will say that these are the better places to buy paintings if you are in Patong.

What about the bad places to buy paintings?
There is a big basement paintings gallery near Baan Laimai Hotel, which to me is expensive, and extremely bad service from the lady manager who got angry and made nasty comments, when all I did was to mention that a painting which I am interested in is expensive (which it is!) when I asked for the price. Seriously. All I said was it's expensive, 2 words, and she literally flew into a rage. I was screamed at all the way out the door. Paintings (oil, etc) Freom a few hundred baht to a couple of thousands.

English Pub

by Tina-Perth about The Green Man

A great English pub with huge servings of food and live music every night except Tuesdays and Thursdays. They have different drink specials depending on the day.

The Texas Megaburger needs to be seen to be believed, it's massive with two meat patties. I could only eat half of one. It is served with mushrooms, coleslaw, onion rings and chips as well! Our second visit had us try some other types of food and it was all pretty good. All the serves are huge!

The Thai rock band are great, even if they're not 100% sure of all the words. They really get the crowd participating and in a good mood.

There is so much going on at this pub every day and night of the week. There is a huge area for kids activities, quiz nights, roasts on Sundays etc. It really is well worth a visit.

Check the website for current details. Dress is casual. No requirements.


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 Club Coconut Resort

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Address: 140/2 Nanai Rd, Patong Beach, Patong, Phuket, 83150, Thailand