Luxury 3 Bedroom 2 Bathroom detached Bungalow
With typical Thai hospitality, we offer our bungalow in beautiful tranquil location. Relax indoors in an air-conditioned, furnished home or enjoy the warmth of Thailand outside. The pool is just steps from your front door or a two minute Drive to the sandy beach of Cha-am.
We offer a unique experience: more space and comfort, more privacy, and more personal service, all at your fingertips. Our home is privately owned, self catering, and available for rent on a long or short term basis. Whether you opt to spend time at the bungalow or explore downtown, pick and choose from a variety of amenities and activities.
At home, enjoy a massage or dine out in one of many restaurants. Rent a bike or book a tour. If golf is your game, the city boasts six golf courses within 30 minutes of the Village. In town, discover Thailand's favourite fishing village turned Royal Resort. Enjoy a variety of sports, shopping, dining and markets or try your hand hiking national parks or elephant trekking.
Discover a new way of life Visit the local Thai markets and learn about Thailand's intriguing culture and their way of life. Visit the breathtaking temples or try elephant rides through the hills of Southern Thailand.
If you like city shopping there is some of the most amazing and largest shopping centres and markets you might ever see 2 hours away in Bangkok at prices you won't believe.
It is possible to arrange fishing trips yourself directly with local fishermen who'll take you out on their boats for a few hours. Prices, as always, are negotiable, but as a general rule of thumb you can expect to pay 500 baht per person for a group of 6.
Tackle, bait and light refreshments will normally be included in the price. A trip will last around 5-6 hours, depending on tides. This can be a fun way to organise your day, although for trips further out to sea, it is probably better to use the services of a recognised boat operator.
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This page was last updated: 06 December 2012