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Joy Bungalow, Rustic Island Resort, Koh Jum, Krabi

Posted by paulburus on 15/6/2007 at 11:07

Address: Bangkok Office: 21/53 Kor, Ladprow 15, Ladprow Rd, Jomphon, Jatujak, Bangkok 10900, Thailand
Tel (02) 512 4640
fax (02) 512 4641
email: chulpol@gmail.com
website: http://www.kohjum-joybungalow.com
Description:
Joy Bungalow was the first resort built on Koh Jum back in 1990, long a backpacker favorite and the best-known resort on the Island.

Joy Bungalow is of Thailand’s true travelers’ meeting points. All kinds of people, from all corners of the globe have made Koh Jum, and in particular Joy Bungalow, their escape from the rest of the world. This small, unspoilt tropical hide-away has a unique ambience which lends itself to quiet contemplation and genuine feeling of inner peace. The lack of electricity on the Island enhances this feeling with oil lamps and candles used for light.

® At JOY, we go out of our way not to make our resort a business. Our commitment is to give you nature in the most natural way.

Rates:
Original Bungalow: from Thb 400
Standard Bungalow: from Thb 500
Deluxe Bungalow: from Thb 700
VIP 1 Bedroom: from Thb 1500
VIP 2 Bedroom: from Thb 2000

#1 paulburus has been a member since 30/5/2007. Posts: 2

Posted by maleewan_th on 4/7/2007 at 11:03

Baanrimtaling (Chiang Khong) northern of Thailand price :
Bungalow with TV, Fan, hot shower,river view 450
Bungalow with fan, hot shower,river view 350
Double Room with hot shower, river view 350
Double room share shower 160
Dorm Room 4 beds /person 80
Chiang Khong is a gateway to Indochina(Laos,China, Vietnam, Cambodia) prepare you staff before start to exploring your trip and you need a good in formation and up todate....For your adventure..... from Baanrimtaling G.H.(Chiang Khong)

#2 maleewan_th has been a member since 13/5/2007. Posts: 7


Posted by Tilapia on 7/8/2007 at 19:08

Wow! Joy Bungalows! I paid B50 for a bungalow when I was there.

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