Koh Chang Cliff Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... is a huge lizard like the one we saw in Koh Rong Sanloem. We hired a scooter today to go and explore. We went towards White Sand Beach which is the main town on the island. It was much bigger and westernised than where we are and we carried on through and up some windy mountain roads until we found a nice lookout over the town and the beach. From here we could see a lovely looking swimming pool in a hotel resort below us. Dave suggested seeing if we could go to the pool so we went ...
... we only had a single bed each. But we can cope with that for a few nights. We quickly got sorted and headed out to get some food. We walked down to the beach and they had a restaurant there. As it was five there was not many people about so we sat at the front near the beach and water. Diner was in a nice setting. After eating we wandered back to our room and ordered some beers to relax on the balcony and watch the sunset with. What a great view. And we have four more nights of ...
... the beach tonight so that's great. They would go to Long around 3 and we would probably join them there after lunch. When we got there Long was already working on Claudio and it was looking great. We hang around for a bit and after two hours it was finished and looked as new or even better. Claudio was happy, so than we went to have a shower and get changed and met again at Family's where we Maria had reserved us a table on the beach. Lots of people there of course and a good atmosphere ...
Rach and I were woken up at 7am by my dreaded alarm (which I snoozed twice before we finally got up in the oven which was our beach hut for 5 nights). We had our standard cold shower and avoided the tiny bin in the corner as it was swarming with pacts of ants. We paid our bill for 5 nights accommodation, food and drink which was 4100B (approx £70 ) and said goodbye to Malai (the owner) and started our 10 minute trek up the beach with our heavy backpacks until we reached ...
Fortunately, rather than going back to the mainland to island hop to Koh Kood, we were able to get a speed boat straight there from Koh Chang. The trip took 2 hours and cost 900 baht per person - to put that in perspective, 900 baht is roughly £17 and the single most expensive item we have paid for to date... we love this country! Koh Kood is Thailand's fourth largest island and easily the most beautiful place either of us have ever been. Think of your cliche white ...