Baan Klong Kleng
@ Koh Phayam
This gorgeous little island is truly the undiscovered pearl of the Andaman Sea with long white sandy beaches, clear blue sea, coral reefs, it's the perfect place to really get away from it all.
Baan Klong Kleng is located in one of the main beaches of Koh Phayam (Buffalo Bay or Aow Khao Kwai Beach). It is a small wooden bungalow resort that offers cozy and charming accommodation. Right in the front of white sandy beaches and turquoise sea, you will enjoy a delightful scenery in a very well preserved environment.
If you are looking for a quiet and relaxed vacation, this might be the perfect place for you. However the active traveler can have a go at snorkeling, sea kayaking, fishing, walking around the island for flora and fauna sightseeing or going for an early morning run on the pristine beaches.
Preserved from mass tourism, Koh Phayam is one of the few Thai islands where you can still get away from the crowds to enjoy the serenity of tropical nature.
Baan Klong Kleng Resort
The Baan Klong Kleng Resort provides four different kind of bungalows, Each of our bungalow has a balcony and are
All our bungalows have a terrace and are equipped with a private bathroom and a fan. Selected bungalows also include sea view.
Our restaurant, directly at the beach and free WiFi, serves a variety of authentic delicious healthy Thai dishes with a range of fresh local seafood and also Western dishes such as pastas, grilled meats and salads.
What to do?
Koh Phayam has nice, quiet, chilled long and wide beaches. You can go for long walks or jogging at the beach, snorkeling or take a kayak to explore the mangrove forest.
If you like it more relaxed, just stay at the beach, enjoy floating in the sea, have a massage or take part in the cooking class.
About Koh Phayam
Koh Phayam located 35 km from Ranong in the Ranong Province. It is around 10 km long and 5 km wide, and has a population of around 500. Opposite the Burmese island of Zadetgyi Kyun (St. Matthew' Island) and at the South of Koh Chang, Koh Phayam is part of the national marine park.