Salatan Resort

166 Moo 1 Saladan, Ko Lanta, 81150, Thailand | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ko Lanta

Kierans Birthday... Koh Lanta

A travel blog entry by bexnkizzasblog


My birthday!

As we have a good routine of hiring a motorbike to find accommodation and the fact that it's failsafe- we stuck to it!
I left the girls at the pier while I went off in search of a motorbike and a room. I struck gold when I found Salatan Resort, with a big clean fan room and a swimming pool for 400 Baht a night it was easy …

Tao to Lanta

A travel blog entry by rachaelmason


... buildings with floor to ceiling windows, each place with it's own little well kept garden area, nice swimming pool and all for £6 each!!! And then he walked us about 200m along the beach to the run down little shack that we would be staying in...gutted! We couldn't really grumble, apart from the 76 Mosquitos we were sharing with and the cold mouldy shower the location was amazing - about 20 steps away from the beautiful calm sea, with a few palm trees ...

Koh Lanta

A travel blog entry by krisharris


... checked in and within a few minutes saw Michelle (from Chiang Mai, Siem Reap, Sihanoukville, Koh Rong, Kampot, most of Vietnam!). After a late-afternoon visit to the beach for the sunset (probably the best one I've seen on my trip) that night the 3 of us, along with a guy called Alex who we had met in the hostel, headed down to Long Beach to 'The Dong Bar' where Miguel Lema was DJing, a good friend from back in Javea. The bar was ...

Moped Mishap

A travel blog entry by leslieandleon


The day started like most here in Lanta,with a beach walk,breaky,then packing up for a day on the east side of the island?The plan was to head to Saladan Peir,down town,and look for a computer gadget that my techie needs to make my blogging world go round,then off to Old town to commission a long-boat captain for our Bu Bu island trip.While in the computer store we meet a guy that just happens to be from Chicago and Leon and I chat to him about our latest trip there ...

Getting friendly with sea gypsies (Day 12)

A travel blog entry by gthang


... in his truck for us to return. We walked a single street that had rugged, dilapidated houses on both sides. We saw a goat and her babies then a chicken and her babies. We observed a very small community living a very primitive lifestyle on the ocean and clearly still living off the land. The community was full of trash. We wondered why they let the place get so junky. We felt a bit odd being the ONLY tourists down there walking around and snapping a few photos of what seemed like a ...


    TravelPod Member ReviewsSalatan Resort Ko Lanta

    Reviewed by bexnkizzasblog

    Fantastic little gem!

    Reviewed Jan 17, 2011
    by (1 review) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    We have been staying here a week now after only planning to stop one night. This place is amazing value for money, you're room is cleaned every day which does not always happen in the cheaper accommodation in Thailand and the family that run it are so sweet they really look after you. 10 out of 10!

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews Salatan Resort Ko Lanta

    3.00 of 5 stars Good