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Ao Muong Resort on the east side of Mango Bay offers romantic high-end accommodation in a serene setting.
Ao Muong's large, bright bungalows and cheaper but still lovely seaview rooms in a block offer all the comforts of home: satellite TV, fridge, air-con and hot shower, and are very tastefully decorated and well-kept. Bungalows are privately spaced along a beautiful shaded hillside, and most provide breathtaking bay views. Guests could easily spend their days basking in the comfort of these luxurious rooms in the lush setting, but Mango Bay also provides ample snorkelling and swimming opportunities. The many steps in this resort will lead you up and down between the small beach and their restaurant perched on top of the hill. There are spectacular views from the restaurant and you will keep fit in between meals and the beach. Unfortunately, this is a popular spot with divers from elsewhere on the island, so expect to share the beach with moored longtails and a good deal of boat traffic in the bay. Otherwise, Mango Bay is very secluded, and Ao Muong provides free pickup from the pier in Mae Haad.
Bungalow A/C private b'room Low: 3,000 ; High: 3,000 ; Notes:
Standard - Double Low: 1,500 ; High: 1,500 ; Notes:Seaview
By Erin Wildermuth
Last updated on 3rd February, 2016.