Koh Kwang Resort
Koh Kwang Resort at Klong Muang Beach Krabi, is a small family run resort, where you can stay and relax in a peaceful area with quiet beaches suitable to small families or those looking to escape from the crowds.
Our resort sits on the side of the hill in a lush natural garden. With 8 clean and comfortable bungalows and 6 rooms our resort will not feel overcrowded. We also have 4 tents available for those who love simplicity & nature.
Our facilities include a restuarant open all day with complimentary WIFI Internet, tour service and tourist information service, wing chun kung fu classes and motorbike and car rentals and internet service.
Our accomodation ranges from tents to fan and A/C rooms & bungalows.
*Please note our BASIC TWIN BED SHARED BATHROOM refers to our TENT accomodation.*
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Hotel Facilities & Policies
- Air Conditioning
- Airport Transfers
- Credit Cards Accepted
- Free Internet Access
- Free Parking
- Hot Showers
- House Keeping
- Internet Access
- Laundry Facilities
- Luggage Storage
- Postal Service
- Tours/Travel Desk
Cancellation PolicyThis property has a 1 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge equal to the first night of your stay.
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Our resort is located at Klong Muang Beach about 25 minutes from Krabi town and 15 minutes from Ao nang, we can be reached by car, taxi or public bus. We are located opposite the beach along the route between the Sheraton and sofitel Hotels.
Koh Hong National Marine park is located opposite and can be seen from Klong Muang Beach it can be easily reached by longtail boat. Also a royal palace is located at the far end of klong muang beach and can be seen on the hill top. We also have the Tubkaek national park a short distance away which has short nature treks into the surrounding forest with spectacular views across to phuket and phangnga bay and across the local mangrove forests.