Lang Ka Beach Resort Pak Bara, La-ngu, Satun, Thailand2 min read
Lang Ka Beach Resort Pak Bara, La-ngu, Satun, Thailand
Last weekend is my first time traveling to Satun Thailand. Satun is bordering state Malaysia’s state Perlis with locals comprised of 95% Muslims. Satun is one of the hidden gems in Thailand and still undiscovered by many Malaysians.
In Satun, I stayed in Lang Ka Beach Resort in Pak Bara, La-ngu. Pak Bara is popular with its beach overlooking the beautiful Andaman Sea. The view in Pak Bara reminds me of Pak Meng in Trang which is just a few hours drive by car from Pak Bara.
Lang Ka Beach Resort offers chalets and bungalow types of rooms. Most of the rooms are sea view rooms with rates that are way affordable than other places in Thailand.
Most of the rooms come with a small fridge, TV, closet, bathroom with hot shower. The linens and towels are clean and they maintained the rooms properly. I didn’t spot any stains or leakages in the room.
The beauty of staying in this part of the world, you will be showered by the bright stars at night. Even though it is not as visible as on islands but they are clear enough to mesmerize you.
While the sunrise on the other side of the resort, the sunset is another spectacular view. In case you are wondering how much a room in Lang Ka Beach Resort cost, the rooms are cost less than 1000 Baht or RM 100 or US$ 35 per night per room! The rates include freshly made breakfast.
There are so many things to do in Satun especially for eco-tourism. You can do caving in Phu Pha Phet Cave (the largest in Thailand), river rafting, ATV, Tarutao national park and the beautiful islands in Andaman. If you need some time off to a peaceful vacation without breaking a bank, Lang Ka Beach Resort is ideal for you.
Lang Ka Beach Resort, Pak Bara Address and Contact:
Tel.: 074-783335 or 074-783506
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4 thoughts on “Lang Ka Beach Resort Pak Bara, La-ngu, Satun, Thailand”
A rather simple, clean and inexpensive stay indeed. Wow, can you finish all those dishes? :p
Wah, u satu org makan so banyak ah? hahaha… the sunset looks good also ah 🙂
Hi Ken, i am just about to ask the same question:)
Hi, how can we go to Satun? Which flight or bus? Thank you so much.I love your blog.