Although I didn't stayed here, we came in as a family to explore the farm, the drive in to the farm is scary if you go in at night, it's almost a one way dirt road, about 10 minutes drive from main road, if you are unlucky enough to meet a car or bus on the way, someone will have drive drive off the road to allow the other to pass. Drive through a palm tree plantation, you will get to the farm, turn in left side to the reception and there will be people to assist. We requested for a short tour and lucky enough, it is not crowded.
The staff drove us in (you are not allowed to go i yourself, walking or driving) using a golf cart and we saw swimming pool, river, animals and tractor for the farm, these are all for those guest staying with the resort.
Bad thing is, there is lots of mosquito and flies, not for those spoilt kid who is afraid of tiny little beetle or cockroaches, some rooms are container style (I can't imagine why people will stay in a metal box) built. They also have a river where you can take a boat ride along the river, again beware of mosquitoes causing dengue fever or such.More
- Free Wifi
- Free parking