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Ko Phayam Accomodation ?

  • garthibiza

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    Hi Friends............
    We are currently ( February 1st, 2012 ) in Ranong, and about to travel to Ko Phayam & Ko Chang. As we don't carry a Lonely Planet guide, we would prefer to ask other travellers, where they would recommend to stay on these islands. If possible somewhere clean for about 400 baht a night would suit us ( a european couple ) Any body been there lately ?
    Thanks !

    #1 Posted: 31/1/2012 - 22:44

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  • altmtl

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    I was on this island for 11 days... a few weeks ago. I stayed at Bann Suan Kayoo for 200 baht a day, but for a couple I'd suggest Coconut Beach resort (better beach area) or Hornbill Hut - (they both have websites) - they are on the busy beach (Aow Yai - waves), more restos, eating options... Bann Suan also has another place on the quiet beach (calm water) for around 400 I think, but there are less services on that beach & you'll need to rent a scooter to get around. Motor bike taxis will meet you at the pier for transport.

    In Ranong I suggest Palmy Home, fan rooms for 250b, very clean. Palmy_home@yahoo.com - near the market street, but not on it, so it's quiet. very friendly there.

    #2 Posted: 31/1/2012 - 23:36

  • somtam2000

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    There are a fair few places on Ko Phayam reviewed here on Travelfish too (in case you haven't seen those already).

    #3 Posted: 1/2/2012 - 02:03

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