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Sleep

PropertyAddressTypePopularity
Chunut House ResortMoo 7, Phi Phi Don VillageHotel70
Flower Bungalow Phi PhiMoo. 7 T. Aonang A. Muang KrabiHOSTEL54
Golden Hill BungalowsKoh Phi Phi 18 Moo 7 Koh Phi Phi Krabi 81000Hostel64
Ivory Phi Phi Island194/1 M.7 Tambol Ao-Nang Amphur Maungguesthouse81
Kinnaree House125/84 Moo7 Phi Phi Don VillageGUESTHOUSE63
Maney Resort Phi PhiMoo.7 T.Ao-nang Muang KrabiHotel67
P.P. Erawan Palms ResortMoo 8 ,Leamtong BeachGuesthouse-
Phi Phi Arboreal Resort125/148 Moo 7 Ao-Nang ,Muang KrabiHotel68
Banthai Guesthouse139/10 Moo 7 Phi Phi Don IslandGUESTHOUSE70
Phi Phi Ingphu ViewpointMoo 7, T. Ao-nang, Muang KrabiHotel60
Phi Phi Natural ResortMu 8 Laemtong, Ao Nang Krabiguesthouse74
Phi Phi Sunset Bay Resort135 Moo 7 Phi Phi Isand Aonang Muang Krabihotel-
Phiphi Sandseaview resortMoo 7Hotel-
Phuttachot Resort Phi PhiMoo.7 T.Ao-nang Muang krabiHotel65
Villa'360 Resort & Spa58 Moo 8 Auoynang Muang Loh Ba Gaoguesthouse-
Nomads Long Beach Phi PhiLong Beach Phi Phi IslandHOSTEL64
MrLocal Dorm Rooms125/96 Ton Sai BayHOSTEL-
Phuphaya Seaview Resort9/1 Moo 7, T. Ao-nang, Muang KrabiHOTEL53
Phutawan Bamboo ResortMoo 7, T. Ao-nang MuangHOTEL-
Ibiza House Phi Phi94 Moo 7, T. Ao-nangHOTEL66
Blanco Beach BarLoh Dalam Bay Mu 7, Ao NangHOSTEL-
Phi Phi Chang Grand Resort197 Moo 7, Phi Phi Don VillageHOTEL64
Blue Diamond Dorm Room54 Mu 7 amphu meung, ao nangHOSTEL-
Phi Phi Backpacker Dorm RoomLohdalum Bay Moo 7(Koh Phi Phi) Aonang Muang KrabbiHOTEL-
Phi Phi October Guesthouse90 Moo 7 Aonang MuangGuesthouse-
Padd-Prop61 Main StreetHOSTEL-
Ploy Dorm Room125/127 Mu 7 Amphu meung Ao nangHOSTEL-
Phi Phi Sea Sky Resort74/1 Moo 7, T. Ao-nang, MuangHOTEL-

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Keep Connected

Internet

There are countless internet bars across the country in big and small towns. Internet caf├ęs are widespread and most are inexpensive. Prices as low as 15 baht/hour are commonplace, and speed of connection is generally reasonable, but many cafes close at midnight. Higher prices prevail in major package-tourist destinations (60 baht/hour is typical, 120 baht/hour is not unusual). Keyloggers are all too often installed on the computers in cheap cafes, so be on your guard if using online banking, stock broking or even PayPal. Remember that in the smaller towns and more traditional areas the owners and staff of internet bars prefer if customers take off their shoes at the entrance and leave them outside. This might seem strange although this gesture goes a far way to make friends and give a positive image of foreigners to Thai people.

Outside the most competitive tourist areas, free Wi-Fi is not as common as in neighbouring countries in many budget hotels and guesthouses and they may charge small fee for Internet by LAN or Wi-Fi even if you bring your own laptop. Wi-Fi is commonly available in cafes and restaurants serving Westerners.

Phone

See also: International Telephone Calls

The international code for Thailand is 66. 999 connects to all emergency services. Standard GSM emergency number 112 is supported in mobile networks. 911 for Tourist Police Department, English available.

For mobile phone users, Thailand has three GSM mobile service providers - AIS, DTAC and Truemove - which may be useful if you have a mobile phone that will work on either one or both of the GSM 900 or 1800 frequency bands (consult your phone's technical specifications). If you have one, you can buy a prepaid SIM card for any of the Thai carriers in any convenience store for as little as 50-200 baht and charge it up as you go. Using your own mobile phone while on holiday with a Thai pre-paid SIM card can save a lot of money and lets you give your number to family back home, so they can have an emergency contact number.

Post

Thailand Post is the Thai postal service that deals with all local and international mail in Thailand. The business is operated from local post offices. Post offices are easy to recognise with their red white and blue motifs and the words 'Thailand Post' in English and Thai above the entrance. They are open from Monday to Saturday, usually 8:30am to 4:30pm (main ones until around 8:00pm), though keeping shorter hours on Saturdays (usually until 1:00pm). They are generally closed on Sundays and Public Holidays. Each post office offers a comprehensive service which includes an Express Mail Service (EMS) and parcel post. They also have a price calculator for letters, postcards and parcels, both domestically as well as internationally. They also have a track and trace system and money transfer services. If you want to send packages, it might be a good idea to check with private courier companies like DHL, TNT or UPS, as they are fast, reliable and generally quite competitively priced.

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