Photo: Northern end of Ao Khao Kwai.

Photo of Bamboo BungalowsBamboo Bungalows

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Ao Yai T: (077) 820 012, (077) 870 220, (081) 273 3437

Bamboo Bungalows

Although (or perhaps because) this place is well known and gets mentioned in most guidebooks, it has a reputation of not being very friendly and the staff can be a little offhand.

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Photo of Bamboo Bungalows The resort provides free WiFi but only guests staying at the resort are allowed to use it. Similarly boogie boards and kayaks are only rented out to guests. All the bungalows benefit from 24-hour solar powered lighting but the generator is only on from 11:00 to 14:00 and 18:00 to 22:00. Credit cards are accepted. You can also change money here though exchange rates are no doubt less favourable than in Ranong. Bungalows range across a few options from rustic thatch jobs through to pretty smart teak affairs, but the latter top-priced fan bungalows are overpriced given they are set back off the beach, behind the older and cheaper fare. Check their website for the full range of prices.

Last updated on 27th December, 2011.

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Room: Bungalow fan private bathroom, low season: 400 baht, high season 550 baht. Notes: 200 baht in off-season
Room: Deluxe bungalow, low season: 1,200 baht, high season 1,500 baht. Notes: 500 baht in off-season

Bamboo Bungalows
Ao Yai
T: (077) 820 012, (077) 870 220, (081) 273 3437

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