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Odd name but good value on the main drag

50/5 Moo 4, Kai Bae, Ko Chang T: (085) 750 0138  contact@pk208.net
http://www.pk208.net

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PK 208

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This oddly named establishment to the north of Kai Bae is something of a one-stop spot in Kai Bae.



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Along with five well-appointed and well-priced rooms, they offer a restaurant, coffee shop, cocktail bar, Thai massage and scooter rental. Rooms are set in a modern two-storey building that fronts a cosy garden area with a sala and the aforementioned services. The one we checked out was spotless, cool and bright, with wall-size front-facing windows, a comfortable bed, TV, hot water bathroom and outdoor terrace with a large table. For the same price (or less), it’s a step up from most Kai Bae guesthouses, including Mai Pen Rai, Kai Bae Garden, Laluna and Blues. The staff is very friendly and the guesthouse appears to draw a number of French return-customers. It’s a decent ten-minute walk to the beach from here, but the outstanding Friend Seafood restaurant is practically across the street.

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Where is PK 208

PK 208
50/5 Moo 4, Kai Bae, Ko Chang
T: (085) 750 0138 
contact@pk208.net
http://www.pk208.net
Room rates: Under 600B

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