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ok its not crazy expensive like you would expect in the western world but after 1 week here we spent around £400.
i know, i know, its only £400 for 1 weeks accommodation, food and drink and a private beach but that is more expensive...More
We stayed here based on other reviews, and while it does have great views, and is very inexpensive for the bungalows, we never were made to feel welcome here. The bungalows are very near to the beach, which is very stony and covered with coral,...More
We were pleasantly surprised at this little slice of paradise far away from the tourist traps of Ao Nang on a lovely beach with coconut palms, hammocks, great food and very few people. A big plus was the baskeball court and pingpong table which our...More
Very basic accommodation but great secluded beach with plenty of hammocks to relax.
The airport pick up for 600 baht was in pickup trucks which was fun for us.
Food in the restaurant was OK, expensive for Thailand but nice enough. Breakfast was all western...More
My husband and I stayed at Pine for a week and we liked it so much we came back ten days later after we had explored some of the islands. The staff are very friendly and extremely helpful. I loved the laid back, homely atmosphere....More
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Sorry for late notification receive as i just landed by the berthing quay. During sailing, there’s no internet connection. Well, You can wait at their check-in reception counter which is actually their café. Waiting there... More
Sorry for late notification receive as i just landed by the berthing quay. During sailing, there’s no internet connection. Well, You can wait at their check-in reception counter which is actually their café. Waiting there will kill time because you are able to sit down and enjoy sea view because they are literally by the shore