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We stayed for 8 nights. The accommodation is spacious and clean, comfy bed and good air con. The bathroom is basic but serviceable. Only one bath towel each which were a greyer shade of white and not very fluffy, no hand towels.....and towels changed every...More
Can not beat the location! Private, large clean bungalows right on the beach with private patios. After 4 nights we wanted to extend our stay, but unfortunately they were booked, but Mr Pong made a point to drive us to his friends hotel down the...More
I have been coming to thailand for the past 10 years, and this was my 2nd visit to lanta and my first visit to Baan Rim Lay. This is the best place I have stayed in Thailand by a longshot.
I stayed here from the...More
We loved our stay here! The deluxe villa was huge and had everything we needed. The breakfast each morning was delightful. We also rented a motorbike from them which was so fun and just rode right from the hotel which led us to some beautiful...More
We stayed here for six days and did not want to leave. It was our first time in Thailand and Mr Pong and yoong
Made our holiday the best we have ever had. We were allocated b7 that is right on the beach and is...More
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Refrigerator in room
US$34 - US$122 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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We came into Thailand through Malaysia. We took a minibus all the way from Penang straight to the door of the hotel. Lanta can be reached overland via minibus or private car. You can also take a ferry quite easily as others... More
We came into Thailand through Malaysia. We took a minibus all the way from Penang straight to the door of the hotel. Lanta can be reached overland via minibus or private car. You can also take a ferry quite easily as others mentioned.
Phi Phi is just a party island. Unless you stay on one of the far sides of the island (which can be reached via long tail boat easily), you will hear thumping music all night. It's also quite expensive by Thai standards. There isn't anything authentic about phi phi, whereas Lanta is far more quiet and local while still having easy access to things tourists need. We had the beaches of Lanta practically to ourselves when we were there in July.