Be prepared to eat a lot of frozen food. We spent three nights at this place and ate plenty of food off the cans or packs, such as meat balls, sausages, bacon, canned fruit, baked beans, corned beef to name a few. There was not much fresh food available. No seafood at all which is very unusual for an expensive hotel by the sea. Food was terrible to say the least.
Beautiful location and nicely designed chalets. Be warned, there is an attic that can accommodate two people. But it's not a practical arrangement at all. Go for the ground floor rooms.
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- Tucked away on the gently undulating sand dunes bordering Yala which is the second largest National Park, and, on the threshold of the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean, Laya Safari beckons you to a memorable stay enjoying mesmerizing vistas all around you. Yala National Park, designated as a wild life sanctuary in 1938, covers a vast area of 979 Sq. Km. ... more less
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