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Old Town

Guesthouses, hotels and resorts

If you don't mind being away from the beach, Lanta's old town has some interesting homestay-style accommodation. Down on the southeast coast in Sang Kha-U, you'll find one of Thailand's quirkier resorts.

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Lanta Old Town

The Old Town boasts a few great-value guesthouses set in wooden heritage houses overlooking the sea.

  • The Old Times B&B

    The Old Times B&B

    Simply outstanding

    73 Moo 2, Sriraya Rd, Old Town, Ko Lanta
    T: (092) 878 3718;

    Occupying two gorgeous century-old teakwood houses that sit on either side of the road in the heart of the village, The Old Times B&B masterfully captures the village's antiquarian charm while ... Read the full review of The Old Times B&B.

    5 stars Under 600B 1 vote Backpacker
  • Mango House Villas & Suites

    Mango House Villas & Suites

    Classy seaside rooms

    45 Sriraya Rd, Old Town, Ko Lanta
    T: (095) 014 0658;

    Blending seamlessly into the Old Town atmosphere, Mango House has a handful of very spacious seaside apartments with hammocks strung to huge roofed wooden decks overlooking the sea. At night the ... Read the full review of Mango House Villas & Suites.

    4 stars 600B to 1,500B 1 vote Flashpacker
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    Sriraya Guest House

    Seaside homestay

    77 Moo 2, Sriraya Rd, Old Town, Ko Lanta

    Set in another century-old teakwood house that stands on stilts over the sea, Sriraya hasn't been as lovingly decorated as The Old Times or Mango House but is nonetheless a charming spot. Our only ... Read the full review of Sriraya Guest House.

    3.5 stars Under 600B 1 vote Backpacker

Sang Kha-U

One of the quirkiest resorts we've ever seen is found just passed the Urak Lawoi village at the very southern end of the east-coast road and some four kilometres from the Old Town.

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