You are staying in tents, but it is still quite a treat. The place is really popular with the climbers, but if you love snorkeling, or relaxing on a very quiet beach, you will also like this. The tents were comfortable, and the electricity for the fan helped make it good for sleeping, because it was pretty hot there. The food was good enough. Everything has to be brought over on the longtail boat. The service is not perfect, but the staff was friendly. The bathroom was clean, especially in the morning. The snorkeling is great-if the weather is calm, with warm water and lots of stuff to see, including moray eel. The snorkeling trip is not necessary, you can save the money and just snorkel off the beach, going out to the buoys. The kayaking was good depending on the weather (I was lucky to have muscular family members.)The scenery is phenomenal-to stumble out of the tent and watch the sunrise every morning-ah! I stayed for 4 nights, with adult family. We enjoyed the small island best when there were only about 15 guests. When we got there, there were more than 40, and it felt more crowded. The process of getting there and back was long. I thought 4 nights there was about right.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Koh Laoliang is a small island 20 kilometers offshore in the Koh Petra Marine Park, in Trang Province, Thailand. Koh Laoliang is a place of unspoiled natural beauty - no trees were cut down and almost no concrete was used in the resort's construction. Laoliang combines peace and relaxation with adventure sports. ... more less
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