Makathanee Resort

Address: 63/14 Moo 1 Koh Mak, Koh Kood,Trad, Koh Mak, 23120, Thailand | Resort
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This resort is located on 63/14 Moo 1 Koh Mak, Koh Kood,Trad, Koh Mak.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsMakathanee Resort Koh Mak

      Reviewed by walkerpub

      Excellent Beach Bungalow Joint

      Reviewed Jan 26, 2013
      by (12 reviews) Windsor , Canada Flag of Canada

      We moved here after our first stay was a bit of a let down- beach front bungalow with all mod-cons and killer deck- pool was a big bonus- loved the staff!

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

      TripAdvisor Reviews Makathanee Resort Koh Mak

      3.00 of 5 stars Good

      Travel Blogs from Koh Mak

      Family reunion!!

      A travel blog entry by cissygapyear on Jul 20, 2014

      2 comments, 22 photos

      ... pure luxury! Mum and i had a few massages and the others spent a lot of time in MBK shopping centre. One evening we went to Asiatique which is a really nice shopping complex with restaurants by the river. The second time we tried to go there the driver was getting super stressed with the heavy traffic and we had to stop at a random restaurant and get a taxi there when the traffic had calmed down. The way home from there was brilliant – Ryan, Ocean and I were in one ...


      A travel blog entry by terigreene on Jan 26, 2014

      ... is to some day come to america to study english. His younger brother is lso a monk at the same temple as he. He provided alot of information regarding the monks. One thing I forgot to mention I think, is that we got up at 5:00a.m. one morning and partook in the rice ceramony with the monks. You get cooked rice and biscutes and bananas and as they pass by on the street you put a pinch of rice and other items in their rice buckets. They do this every morning and that is ...

      Welcome to The Land of Smiles

      A travel blog entry by epiceuroasia on Feb 19, 2013

      4 comments, 73 photos

      ... is surrounded by a moat. The hostel we stayed at was very cozy with numerous hammocks and bamboo huts to hang out in during the hot part of the day. We spent that day relaxing and exploring the Old City. There were numerous Temples to see, and you must dress "rip roi" if you want to go inside them (rip roi are the Thai rules you must follow to be appropriate. For the temple, you must have your knees and shoulders covered.) We also walked pass numerous 7 ...

      Sweet Fruit, Sweet Life

      A travel blog entry by dreadandred on Jan 07, 2013

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... has a thriving rubber and coconut industry, which provides enough of a backing to the local economy that there is no motivation to sell out to outside development.
      This all provides the perfect backdrop for "getting away from it all", taking long walks on the beach, languid swims in the ocean, and swinging from a tree on a bench, hammock, or simply a long piece of rope. The swim in the ocean ...

      Koh Mak Island

      A travel blog entry by jonnyegg on Mar 25, 2011

      We arrived on Koh Mak around 11am on Wednesday by speedboat which took about 1 hr from Koh Chang.
      First thing is that this island is very much different to Koh Chang because theres NO Lady boys, litter, over-development and prostitution.
      First day was spent touring the island with Ball, our tour guide for the day and for 350baht each we saw the museum, temple, school and all the view points.