from the crowded beaches, tourist
bars and shopping centres of the more developed Thai resorts, our small
resort lies nestled in a hillside setting overlooking Ko Lanta's Aow Mai
Pai (Bamboo Bay), a wide expanse of white sand lapped by the crystal waters
of the Andaman Sea. As part of Ko Lanta National Marine Park, it has remained
protected and today boasts some of Ko Lanta's finest living coral reef.
21 bungalows and the restaurant are sited randomly where nature provided opportunities and are joined by a network of pathways and steps through the plants and trees we have worked hard to preserve.
We are tucked into a hillside at the northern end of Aow Mai Pai. Each bungalow faces the beach with its own private furnished terrace overlooking Bamboo Bay. The feeling is one of being alone in a jungle forest overlooking a spectacular sea-side setting. Each bungalow is a little different to conform to the hillside with the least environmental disturbance. They offer a good standard of accommodation and vary in size to sleep between 2 to 6 people in comfort.
Seaview bungalows are fitted with double or twin beds and can take one extra bed, while family bungalows have two rooms, one with double bed the other with twin beds and one bathroom. They can take one extra bed in each bedroom. Each bungalow is fitted with fans to augment the fresh sea breezes. Reading light, shelf cupboard and hanging rail offer additional convenience. The western style en-suite bathrooms comes with hot water shower.
The restaurant is sited over the sea with a large balcony facing directly west to take advantage of the spectacular Ko Lanta sunsets. As a Thai venture we are proud of our menu and standard of excellence. Both Thai and western styles are prepared and offered with pride. We emphasize the wide variety of fresh seafood caught daily by traditional long-tail fishing boats - fish, prawns, squid, crabs, oysters and more.
the many wonders of the island and the adjacent National Marine
Park. Walk to the nearby jungle waterfall and cool down in a shower of
clean jungle water splashing down from 10 meters overhead. Or rent an
elephant to take you there. Hike to nearby caves. See rubber tree plantations.
Visit the old fishing village or the Sea Gypsies' village.