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This is a very comfortable, economical option. The bungalows ARE bungalows; cozy and comfortable. The air conditioning works GREAT! We slept very well. The bungalows are not soundproof, but if they were one would miss out on the sound of the waves washing up on...More
Lazy days is and great relaxing resort. We arrived and we were greeted with fresh juice and friendly staff. The rooms and sweet, very clean with everything you need. Breakfast was made to order and very good. Staff were knowledgeable and willing to help. Sunsets...More
My sister and I stayed at Lazy Days bungalows from April 12-16, 2018. After reading the reviews, we had high expectations and this beautiful getaway did not disappoint. The bungalows are extremely well-made and homey (lots of IKEA pieces - a nice Swedish touch!). With...More
We absolutely loved Lazy Days. Tucked away at the end of a beach it's secluded, calm and peaceful - a perfect place to while away the sunny days.
Sunny and her team on the desk are fab - always keen to chat and looking for...More
This place is so quiet and beautiful. The bungalows are very rustic and romantic. We was lucky to have a beach front one and at night you can hear the waves.
The food in the restaurant is really good and the salads are to die...More
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Best way from Krabi airport is a minivan, takes around 2 hours. A private cost 2500 baht door to door. There is also a shared one that you can book at the airport. It takes a little longer and you need to go down to the... More
Best way from Krabi airport is a minivan, takes around 2 hours. A private cost 2500 baht door to door. There is also a shared one that you can book at the airport. It takes a little longer and you need to go down to the mainroad to catch it but it cost only around 400 baht.
Everybody drives motorbike on Lanta, with or without licens. Not sure what the law says actually but I have never heard that the police asked for a licens on Lanta during our 6 years here.