Sunset Bungalows

Address: 158 Moo 6, Klong-nin Beach, Ko Lanta, 81150, Thailand | Villa
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This villa, located on 158 Moo 6, Klong-nin Beach, 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

      Day 56 & 57

      A travel blog entry by rileyandmolly on Dec 09, 2014

      ... old trading port that was frequented by the British, Chinese, and Indian traders. The main area of George Town row upon row of UNESCO certified town houses that are a mix of European and Eastern architecture. The hostel we were staying in was in one of these houses and blended in so much with the surrounding area. We went for a little walk around the area and found the best little cafe. It was slightly more melbournised than you would expect from a coffee shop ...

      Falling in love with Krabi and the Andaman Sea

      A travel blog entry by little-fish on Nov 16, 2014

      16 photos

      ... is very shelly and rough, great for finding nice sea shells, but painful to walk on.
      All up this area of the beach were little bar/restaurants that all looked very authentically thai, like a little island community arranged neatly on the sea front. Everyone was really friendly shouting hello as you walked past, of course they all wanted business from you to but the weren't to assertive or pushy like in some places in Thailand were you really feel like they just look at ...

      Koh Lanta

      A travel blog entry by tomandnicky on Nov 11, 2014

      24 photos

      ... and I'm the lobster... A right old state we are. Clothing was applied gingerly to burned English skin (can English people other than my Grampa even get tans?) and we headed out. We decided tonight to get a tuk-tuk into the nearest town, which is called Saladan. It's basically just a street that's lined with little shops and restaurants in the typically 'shack and moped' style of this country. In fact if I was to open an English pub in Thailand I'd call it ...

      This is a honeymoon :)

      A travel blog entry by jennystolborg on Jul 26, 2014

      12 photos

      ... of staff said hello to you whenever you saw them and the people working at the Layana seemed to enjoy what they are doing- at all levels from Management to housekeeping, front desk, bar service and the restaurant. The hotel motto "Nothing is too much trouble" really lives up to its promise. So it's with sad hearts and the gloomy realization that our mega moon is nearly over that we piled into the minibus which would take us to Krabie airport to make our way to Bangkok for our last few days. ...

      The Blue Barrel

      A travel blog entry by normflach on Jul 10, 2014

      4 comments, 4 photos

      ... American) so you can understand my reluctance to sign off on this proposal. After all, in five years we will be living on a fixed income! Oh my God! Have I already become a penny pinching pensioner? Not to worry, what Khun Rat was really saying was "yee-sip baht" – twenty baht, not seventy. This brings it down to less than a dollar a month to keep our garbage barrel on his yard. Whew, great relief! My dwindling pension fund just swelled into a large bag ...