Z-Touch Lipe Island Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Z-Touch Lipe Island Resort Koh Lipe
Travel Blogs from Koh Lipe
... and small hippy beach) and Pattaya beach (supposed to be the party central beach but is only big enough for a handful of bars and maybe a small camp fire at best) We eventually wandered into the middle of the island after checking a few places out and found a place called Kok guesthouse that was nice and cheap and had good clean rooms. It was also a great location being in the middle of the island as each beach was only a 5 minute walk away in each direction.
So happy ...
So after my episode in the hospital in Bangkok I decide its time to hit the islands,Strategy-I can either fly to Krabi for $50 in an 1 1/2 hours or catch a bus for way longer and about the same price.I get to Krabi and head for the docks- all the time exchanging pieces of paper for another piece of paper till I finally get to the ferry where I exchange the piece of paper for a sticky circle that they afix to me.Beats me-I would have thought one would do!!!!The ferry takes off ...
... was about 8 at night and never made it intro town.
Sunday was a travel day and so we packed everything and headed to the dock.
We left Koh Lipe for Phuket and departure for any ferry off the island is from from the beach. We had to board a Long Boat to taxi out to the ferry.
Overall, not a bad process and then we set sail for for our next destination among the beaches of Thailand.
... becoming quite overrun with westerners, beach bungalows, and restaurants, not surprising given the number of farangs encountered thus far along the dusty trail south from Bangkok. This despite guns, grenades, protesters and mayhem in self-same capital.
Three nights in Lipe- an island transformed from isolated sea gypsy fishing village to cheap wood beach shacks to an international hang out in 10 short years. Thus it ...
... and setting. It isn't easy to put out such a fine product you know.
That next morning saw us passing into our last state of our Malaysia trip, Perlis. Palm oil plantations gave way to rice paddies, karst formations and giant birdhouses used to harvest swallow nests for food. The latter item on this list struck me as something particularly odd. I, as I am sure you dear reader, have heard of Chinese bird's nest soup, so should not be surprised, but I was struck at ...