Running for three seasons, French-owned Coral Beach is the newest of the up-and-running bungalows on the bay. Offering private bungalows with shared bathrooms and a huge dorm, this place offers seclusion from Ten 103 and Koh Ta Kiev bungalows, tucked around a corner with its own stretch of sand so you wouldn't even know there was anything else on the island. The accommodation is all basic; the... Read our full review of Coral Beach.
Providing ample opportunity to get back to nature, Crusoe Island specialises in DIY accommodation, renting tents with mattresses and pillows for happy campers to pitch. The even more budget-conscious can stay in just a hammock, while those who err more towards glamping can opt for one of the four open-sided bungalows for added comfort. Choose from the already established camping spots with... Read our full review of Crusoe Island.
Koh Ta Kiev Bungalows is a collection of cosy, simple bungalows set back only a matter of metres from a yellow sand beach with a restaurant and bar. There are five ensuite bungalows, all sturdily constructed with thatched roofs covering tin. Each has a lounging area with pillows, beds with bamboo frames, thick mattresses, mosquito nets and a large private bathroom. On the private balcony you'll... Read our full review of Koh Ta Kiev Bungalows.
Formerly Jonty’s Jungle Camp, Ten 103 Treehouse Bay is named after the latitude and longitude location of the camp, which you may need because with so much surrounding jungle it’s barely visible from shore. Secluded treehouse bungalows are hidden among the barely-contained jungle and overlook the amber beach. An elevated view perhaps? The simple bungalows, with names like Crabshack and... Read our full review of Ten 103 Treehouse Bay.