There is a real art in doing nothing. It doesn’t come easy when life is always so busy. That’s why Paradise Koh Yao is such a great place. It almost forces you to slow down and relax.
It’s not the newest resort - bed certainly needs an upgrade but we enjoyed our stay.
Meals and drinks can be expensive so we decided to have a huge breakfast (plenty of choice) skip lunch and enjoy a shared dinner.
There are 4 happy hours so you shouldn’t have to pay full price for drinks.
Staff are extremely friendly and helpful- nothing was ever a problem.
You can always find faults in any holiday resort but we prefer to look at the positivesMore
- Free Wifi