Long Beach, also known as Koh Lanta Yai, is located in Phi Phi Leh and is known as one of the top holiday destinations in the world. This beach has the softest and finest white sand as well as magnificent scenery and crystal clear waters along its shores.
Long Beach is far enough from civilization for peace and quiet but close enough to Tonsai Village where you can get essentials, wine and dine, explore or visit the lively nightlife. Tonsai Village is no more than a five minute boat ride but can be walked during the day time. The walk consists of wild jungle trails as well as climbing over rocks, so this location would be ideal for the adventurous type of holiday goer.
Accommodation consists of bungalows which range from basic to luxurious grades of living which meet all budgets. Although you may get different accommodation, everyone has the luxury of the beach just footsteps away from their door.
Many activities happen on the beach. For example, snorkeling would be one of the Long Beach’s main attractions as the location has an array of exotic sea life from a long list of tropical fish to black tip reef sharks which are located approximately 200m from the beach at Shark Point. Shark Point is clearly identified by a large rock that breaks the surface of the water giving it the look of a surfacing shark fin.
At this location you will discover all sizes of black tip reef sharks from 40cm to 1.2m swimming around the reef. These sharks are not as dangerous as the Great White.
As well as snorkeling, kayaking is a popular attraction for visitors as there are several small beaches to explore in distance of Long Island. A little further away is Ao Poh, which also has lots of underwater sea life and open space for kayaking.
Thai massage facilities, a bar and volleyball nets are set up for it’s visitors all along the beach which really brings all the visitors together to get to know each other. Behind Long Island there is a short trail that leads you to Loh Moodee Beach in less than 12 minutes, these beaches are very quiet and tranquil and would be great for relaxing on.
For more information please go to www.phiphi.phuket.com
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This floating hotel design has raised the bar for luxury stays as this relaxing, tranquil escape is one of a kind and like no other on the market. It intertwines privacy with community and nature with mechanics, why have one option when you can have it all.
Upon arrival guests are greeted at the central pod located at the shore, where they check in before they make their way to their private quarters on the docks. Within the main compound there is a reception area, restaurant, café, and a function hall.
This versatile hotel allows guests to become a lot more independent than other hotels by allowing them to maneuver their motorized accommodation to wherever they wish.
These exclusive portable apartments give the guests a option to make themselves isolated from the main floating pod giving them some privacy during their stay. Although they are detached they can always reattach to the main pod in order to take advantage of it’s many facilities and community gatherings that occur on a regular basis.
Each pod has a hall with plenty of storage space, galley, bathroom and sleeping quarters which accommodate up to four guests. The vessels have two adequate sized outdoor areas, the platform and flying bridge which allow the residence to go swimming in the lake, sunbathe and fish from the comfort of their private floating apartment.
The design company Salt & Water specialises in interior and exterior yacht designs as well as commercial and residential architecture. They are a team of professionals with a passion for innovative design, and have won the Millennium Yacht Design Award.
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“Water is the driving force of all nature.” – Leonardo da Vinci