Klong Prao Resort

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

21/1 Moo 4, Tambol Koh Chang, 23170, Thailand
Klong Prao Resort
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Satisfaction Average
Very Good

Value Score Average Value

Costs 28% less but rated 12% lower than other 3.5 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families71
  • Couples69
  • Solo50
  • Business0

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Swimming pool areaSwimming pool area

Toursm has arrived, you an get it here or fly awayToursm has arrived, you an get it here or fly away

The pool at our resort (Funky Hut)The pool at our resort (Funky Hut)

Lonely BeachLonely Beach

Forum Posts

Ko Chang from Laos!

by benztof

Hey all.. I'm planning a trip through Vietnam, into Laos.. to Ko Chang.. then flying out of Bangkok.. Can someone tell me how to get to Ko Chang from Vientienne, Laos.. or Luang Prabang.. Do I have to go to Bangkok and catch a bus? What kind of travel time am I looking at? I'm sure at least a day? I CANNOT take any more planes.. so bus or boat will be my only option.. THanks!


Re: Ko Chang from Laos!

by earthflyer

Travelling from Chong Mek on the Thai/Lao border to Koh Chang via Bangkok is easier.

After crossing the border into Chong Mek their is a small bus station I waited a few hours for a direct overnight bus to Bangkok got in the next morning, a good 12-16 hour trip. If you are staying in the Khaosan road area you can easy arrange a minivan to Koh Chang about 5 hours away, nice and easy. you proberly end up staying a night in Bangkok but is worth it if it makes travelling easy.

If the waiting for a bus in Chong Mek is to long time then catch a local bus to Ubon Ratchathani, an hour or so away. Their is a big terminal their with many buses going to Bangkok.

Travel Tips for Ko Chang

The home of Peace and Quiet

by bohemians7

Shopping for better quality clothing in the markets was fun, but our favourite spot on the island was a restaurant situated a few meters from the sea on Dan Kao Beach. A meal, or simply a pot of delicious coffee enjoyed at Funky Hut - the most mellow of settings - was perhaps the most romantic experience we'd ever enjoyed in public. That's easy, the quietness is what we'll miss most - we stayed on the Eastern side of the island, with friendly hosts and staff who made us feel like members of the family. Ko Chang remains the only Thai island upon which I have driven a vehicle (pick up) and I was surprised to find it was not nearly so hair-raising as riding a motorbike on the likes of Samui or Tao.

We're looking forward to returning.

NO nude bathing

by SumTingWong

It is illegal in Thailand to bathe nude. Thailand is far from Europe in both location and culture. For the most part Thais are conservative and bathing in the nude is EXTREMELY inappropriate. So inappropriate that it is illegal by law. Tourists have been ARRESTED in Thailand for nude bathing. Don't do it, unless you find it necessary to be embarrassed, to embarrass the people and culture around you, and to spend some time in a Thai jail.

Koh Chang National Marine Park

by SumTingWong

Many travelers who come to Koh Chang unfortunately only go to the beach, but there is an amazing national park on the island. You can go hiking to waterfalls and explore the tropical jungles that Koh Chang has to offer. The entrance ticket costs 200 Baht to the national park, but you can negotiate this price when you buy the ticket.

The Beach

by SumTingWong

When Koh Chang you must visit the beach. The watsr is incredibly warm (29 C/88F) and relaxing. The beach by day is very large and comfortable, not crowded at all. Snorkeling isn't that good, but that was ok. The beach and scenery is just amazing.

Walk along the coast to Ban Bang Bao

by sachara

From our campement it was a walk of about one and half hour to the fishing village Ban Bang Pao. First we had to wade through the water between the sea and the lagoon..... the water reached my middle. After a climb over some rocks it was a nice walk in the shade of the coconut palms following a narrow bushpath along the seashore. We collected some coconuts and drunk the coconut milk.

From far we could allready see the fishing village Ban Bang Bao, built at stilts in the water. After crossing a small bridge we reached the first houses at the seashore, also partly built at stilts.


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