Sunset. Restaurant in fornt of the pool at the luxury hotel Pimalai Resort, Kantiang Beach, Ko Lanta or Koh Lanta island, Krabi,
Contributor:Sergi Reboredo / Alamy Stock Photo
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Dimensions:7360 x 4912 px | 62.3 x 41.6 cm | 24.5 x 16.4 inches | 300dpi
Date taken:7 March 2016
Sunset. Restaurant in fornt of the pool at the luxury hotel Pimalai Resort, Kantiang Beach, Ko Lanta or Koh Lanta island, Krabi, Thailand, Asia. Pimalai Resort & Spa is a luxury beach resort occupies 100 acres of tropical vegetation with direct access to a 900 meters stretch of pristine sandy beach. Peace, Serenity, Solitude. These are the words that come to mind for Pimalai. Add to that luxury, elegance, natural surroundings and genuine friendly service. Be it for a honeymoon, a diving experience, a break from it all or even for a business meeting in Krabi then Pimalai, nestled in a lush tropical forest, is the Andaman destination to set your sights on. This exclusive beach resort combines all the right ingredients - subtle five star comforts, natural beauty and lots of space. Located well distant from crowded beaches and resorts, the only sound is that of the waves sliding in and out and slowly breaking onto the sandy shore. Ko Lanta is technically called Ko Lanta Yai, the largest of 52 islands in an archipelago protected by the Mu Ko Lanta Marine National Park. Almost all boats pull into Ban Sala Dan, a dusty two-street town at the northern tip of the island. Once the domain of backpackers and sea gypsies, Lanta hasn't just gentrified, it's morphed almost completely from a luscious southern Thai backwater into a midrange getaway for French, German and Swedish package tourists who come for her divine beaches (though the northern coast is alarmingly eroded) and nearby dive spots, Hin Daeng, Hin Muang and Ko Ha. Within eyeshot of Phi-Phi, Lanta remains far more calm and real, however, and effortlessly caters to all budget types. It's also relatively flat compared to the karst formations of its neighbours, and laced with good roads, so is easily explored by motorbike.