Pine Bungalow

Pine Bungalow

Low-key beachside spot

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Pine Bungalow is an easily overlooked budget spot which pops up amid fields of cows and coconut trees as you head away from Khlong Muang on a dead-end road with no traffic save the occasional royal motorcade.

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A low key spot. : David Luekens.
A low key spot. Photo: David Luekens

It fronts its own private section of Ao Siew, the pretty beach that stretches just beyond Khlong Muang beach’s southern headland, a little more than a kilometre from Khlong Muang village. There’s little else right around here apart from Rastafari Bar and a holiday home of Thai princess Sirindhorn set atop a hill at the end of the cape.

Pieced together from coconut wood, cement, brick and metal, the small bungalows are set close together down a leafy hill that ends at the beachfront with several hammocks and tables. Small but bright interiors sport white-tile floors, butterfly stencils on white walls, small tables, portable fans or air-con, hot-water bathrooms and heavy glass doors. Beds are soft, if a little lopsided, and attached terraces large enough for a few friends to hang out on.

Cute on a budget. : David Luekens.
Cute on a budget. Photo: David Luekens

Some bungalows were built for families while others stand a few steps from the sand and afford sea views from bed. The laidback staff offer free WiFi, a restaurant, kayak/motorbike rental, rides to Ao Nang for 100 baht and even a basketball hoop set up next to a banyan tree.

Contact details for Pine Bungalow

Address: Ao Siew
T: (075) 644 332; (081) 893 5479;  
Email: pinebungalows@yahoo.com
Coordinates (for GPS): 98º45'50.93" E, 8º2'29.75" N
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Room rates: Under 600B

Room rates

What we were quoted as a walk-in.

Bungalow fan private bathroom
Plus 100-200 baht for sea view.
400 baht 500 baht
Bungalow air-con private bathroom
Plus 200 bht for sea view.
600 baht 800 baht
Family room 800 baht 1,500 baht

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David Luekens first came to Thailand in 2005 when Thai friends from his former home of Burlington, Vermont led him on a life-changing trip. Based in Thailand since 2011, he spends much of his time eating in Bangkok street markets and island hopping the Andaman Sea.

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