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Located in Koh Kradan, The Reef Resort is 5 minutes away from Pak Meng Pier via speedboat. It offers free WiFi, a pool and a tour desk. It is 30 minutes away to Trang Airport from Pak Meng pier. Location is in a great place. Accommodation is comfortable and clean. The staff are friendly and attentive. Food is excellent. All-in-all a fantastic spot for rest and recreation.
Offering a sandy beach area and water sport facilities, Kalume Kradan Village also features a restaurant, a relaxing massage service and a luscious tropical garden. Heaven on Heart! We spent 2 days like in a dream. Staff was fantastic, managers are delicious and I can t wait to be back soon. Landscape was one of the best seen in our lives.
Koh Libong is a friendly little island with a number of home stays and hotels. I did an excursion as I wanted to see the dugoons (sea cows) and actually got to spot three. I would recommend to stay 2 days.
The island has not been spoilt by tourism yet. People living and working here, and this is not a place to go if you want to party. If you want somewhere quiet and laid back, then this is the perfect island to chill and watch the sunset.
Very quiet island with jungle, monkeys, tons of birds and giant lizards. Not the best but still good spot for snorkeling with corals and clourful fishes. Good food in the village - but not in the resorts.
There is very little to do for night entertainment, a couple of local family run restaurants and a bar at an other hotel was ample. Get a motorbike, see the island and meet the locals. Would go again.
The food at restaurant was the best. The sea water was clean and clear. The sunset was spectacular. After the sea subsided, collecting clams and mussles to cook as an extra dish for dinner was a great experience.
The island has only around a dozen places to stay. Each is fairly low key. There are just a few small villages scattered around the island with a narrow paved road linking them. The west coast has 3 sandy bays with the jungle running right down to the beach. While the island has clearly benefited from tourism, it remains refreshingly unspoilt and the people are very welcoming. There are some very simple places to eat outside the hotels but otherwise there are few distractions. It’s a great place to relax.