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amsterdam resort, khao lak

Posted by keestha on 25/9/2008 at 14:47

telephone: 0818575881

The Amsterdam resort is a bungalow resort located about 200 meters from Khao Lak Beach which is becoming much more popular as a tourist stop and is right on the Andaman coast, approximately 70km north of Phuket island.

The resort features different types of low cost rooms and freestanding bungalows. There are aircon and fan rooms in the main building. There are small bungalows with a fan, and big bungalows with a fan or with aircon. All the big bungalows and the aircon rooms in the main building have hot water. All the rooms and bungalows have a private bathroom. Rooms are cleaned on a daily basis

There is a restaurant offering Thai and European food and a bar on the premises. The owner, who speaks English, German, Dutch, French and Thai, is very well informed about the Khao Lak area and about Thailand in general. The resort also rents out motorcycles, and there is an internetroom. There also is an inhouse travel agency.

In Khao Lak, which mainly has upmarket places to stay, this resort is a nice meeting spot for travellers. In the beach area it is probably the cheapest place to stay.

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Posted by keestha on 26/9/2008 at 10:14

Forgot to put in our emailaddress, can't find any edit button, so here it comes:

Cheers, Kees.

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Posted by tezza on 9/10/2008 at 14:45

That's real interesting - Lak has a relative shortage of lower cost places.
But I can't find any high-season prices - low season is mentioned on the website.

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Posted by keestha on 10/10/2008 at 10:02

Hi Tezza,

Please take the time to take a second look at my website. The high season prices are mentioned right there, just above where the low season prices are mentioned. Or just quietly read the text from the top down, then you will stumble across the high season prices soon enough.
I will try to make my website a little easier to navigate though.
Hope to see you here, cheers, Kees.

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Posted by keestha on 20/3/2011 at 16:12

The old URL still works, but we completely remade the website, and the new URL is

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