Lanta Bee Garden Resort

Address: 199 Moo3, T.Saladan, Ko Lanta, 81150 , Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 199 Moo3, T.Saladan, Ko Lanta, is near Lanta Old Town, Time For Lime - Creative Thai & Fusion Cooking School, Scubafish, and Dreamy Spa.
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      Travel Blogs from Ko Lanta

      Come onnnn weather!

      A travel blog entry by davetrez007 on Nov 19, 2014

      3 photos

      ... Going for a commemorative travelling tattoo, do a traditional style compass over an anchor on top if my foot. Quite a different experience to normal machine tattooing, but painful still the same. That probably also has something to do with where I've had it done. All over and done within 2 and a half hours, and no doubt my mum will have a stern word or two for me. Even so, incredible job! Well done Lucky ...

      Island hopping #2: koh Lanta

      A travel blog entry by jw.jm.travel on Oct 28, 2014

      ... style! On koh Lanta we are staying at Lanta Dareen where we have our own bungalow. It's a fan room which we though we would give it a try. I think we have fully adjusted to the heat and are finding air con to be too cold someomes! Plus we are heading into busy season now and prices are going up. So a fan room saves quite a but each night. The resort is really beautiful. Peaceful and quiet. ...

      Koh Phi Phi, Thailand

      A travel blog entry by florachen on Apr 29, 2014

      8 photos

      ... night, the bay was flooded with bioluminescent plankton. These are plankton that glow and light up at the slightest hint of movement in the water. We'd jump off the boat with
      snorkeling masks on and once we plunged under we saw all the plankton
      that lit up because of the movement. Then we'd move our arms and leave a bunch of twinkling lights in our wake. Hands down one of the most amazing experiences in my ...

      Thailand - Ko Lanta

      A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Apr 21, 2014

      81 photos

      ... popular supermarket among foreigners - "7 Eleven" (not just one, dozens of them). Even Gonzalo and I now belong to the 7 Eleven's fan club. They have great cheese and ham sandwiches and they can toast them for you if you wish.

      Fortunately the shape of the island and the direction of the tsunami wave protected the island to some extent, limiting damage and destruction in 2004. Ko Lanta developed the nickname "Lucky Lanta", as the biggest impact of the tsunami was a fall ...

      Beach bum time

      A travel blog entry by eatrunplaysun on Feb 23, 2014

      2 comments, 9 photos

      ... means walk slowly, chill out, take your time. I can say that we farangs weren't doing the cha-cha once that ferry landed! After getting on a tuk tuk - scooter with side car is what is driven on the island - I understand why the 10 bhat is needed for garbage cleanup. The island is resorts, guesthouses, hostels, food stalls, markets, housing for the foreigners who live here part or full time, and what appear to be delapitated shacks where ...