Koh Lanta/ Krabi region
Koh Lanta consists of 52 islands including the largest, Koh Lanta Yai.
It’s located approximately 70 kilometers from Krabi town. Koh Lanta’s scenic beauty may not quite compete with some other areas in the province. However, if you’re looking for complete peace and quiet away from the bustling tourist areas, with a few home comforts, head for the island of Koh Lanta. The island resort of Koh Lanta is one of Thailand’s best-kept secrets. It’s out of the way, and tourists on the well-beaten trail are unlikely to come across it. That isn’t to say the island is deserted. Rather, it’s well-visited but spacious, giving travelers the chance to enjoy full amenities, plush resorts and long stretches of white-sand beaches that are never too crowded.
At the forefront of Koh Lanta’s attractions are its beach communities. Long Beach, Klong Dao and Klong Nin are especially popular and ideal for swimming, snorkeling and sunbathing. Cultural attractions on the island include the historic city of Lanta, a port that played an important role along ancient trade routes. Lanta boasts a row of mansions built in the 19th century by Chinese merchants. A community of once-nomadic sea gypsies planted roots on Koh Lanta and live in stilt houses between the high- and low-tide marks.
Outdoor activities are a specialty of Koh Lanta. Diving outfitters lead organized tours to outlying islands where coral reefs host myriad species of colorful fish. Visitors who prefer the above-water view can charter fishing boats or hire sea kayaks and strike out independently. Hiking through the national forest is popular, especially along the path that leads to the lighthouse. Elephant treks can also be arranged.
Low key development and unspoiled nature are Lanta’s main attractions. Mountainous and rugged in some areas, especially near the southern tip, its green forested hills, gravel and sand beaches, pretty coral reefs, clear emerald water and traditional lifestyle, provide a charming retreat from modern life.
The Khlong Nin Beach area
Heaven on Earth is located in Southern Thailand on Koh Lanta Yai on the beautiful Khlong Nin Beach.
The area around the villa is a beach community, so you can walk along the beach to a variety of restaurants. It is beach living with a 5-Star accent.
You can also have your meals delivered from nearby restaurants, or hire a private chef to come and cook in the villa for your dining pleasure.