Long Beach Chalet

472 Moo 3, Ko Lanta, 81150, Thailand | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 472 Moo 3, Ko Lanta, is near Flip Flop Divers, Lanta Longtail / Sun Island Tours, Pimalai Divers, and Had Yao.
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    Travel Blogs from Ko Lanta

    Koh Lanta! No Lanta!

    A travel blog entry by robyn.a.agnew on Apr 23, 2014

    15 photos

    ... we fell lucky as the scooter man came to our rescue within 10 minutes giving us a new scooter, bonus! Little did we know what was round the corner for our remaining Koh Lanta time... To cut a long story short, we visited the Lanta Animal Welfare Centre to help walk some of the dogs and give our time to the many abandoned or abused animals. Koh Lanta is 90% Thai-Muslim culture and due to a certain part of the religion they do not like dogs therefore ...

    Thailand - Ko Lanta

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

    81 photos

    ... Saladan is the closest built up area to the ferry ports, and is known as the capital of Ko Lanta Yai. As such it's the busiest location on the island. The only reason why we came to Ban Saladan was to buy our tickets from Ko Lanta to Hat Yai. One ticket cost us BHT 500.

    Later we headed to a place situated around 5km from Ban Saladan (passing by the car ferry). We found out that this was the right spot for swimming with elephants. After our arrival we negotiated for a while ...

    Island hopping

    A travel blog entry by anne-ruth on Feb 09, 2014

    6 comments, 16 photos

    ... time. One week before my visa will expire, I decided to take the ferry to Koh Tao. Since I was not the only one, I had to be satisfied with a spot on the chairs. Also, since I wasn't the only one, people warned me that it would be difficult to find a place to stay. There were even guys on the boat trying to sell us a place for too much money. But when I got there, the first hostel I tried had a bed for me (you might call it luck). It was a bit more expensive than I had in ...

    Koh lanta

    A travel blog entry by siancorbs on Jan 24, 2014

    21 photos

    Koh Lanta is the biggest island off the mainland. We got a minibus and ferry over to the island and had paid for transfer to where we were staing but the sneaky little driver decided he didn't want to take any of us and tried throwing us out coincidentally right near where all his tuk tuk driving pals were! Luckily there was a big Ukrainian lady on the bus who made us all sit still and said she was under no circumstances ...

    Paradise Lost

    A travel blog entry by pwong on Jan 10, 2014

    9 photos

    ... people have flocked here for work, fulfilling the roles required to support the even larger hordes of tourists who started coming here, in search of their own little piece of Heaven. This is the inherent and hypocritical problem with tourism - so many of us come to places like Thailand in search of that Promised Land, that during that process, we destroy the very thing which we are seeking.

    Still, you can't help but wonder ...