In the ultimate beach town of Railay you may stumble upon foreign travelers, vacationing families, sarongs and oversized straw hats, but one thing you will surely not find are a pair of heels. Everyone is their most laid back self sporting bikini only dress code and an occasional flip flop. The no shirt, no shoes, no problem policy is strictly enforced in Railay beach. If you left Railay for last like I did, I highly recommend doing absolutely nothing while you are there. Tha
Bhu Nga Thani Resort lives in Railay beach located on the Andaman Coast of Thailand, in Krabi Province. In order to navigate to this little gem, you must first follow a short list of instructions... 1. Take a longboat ride to Railay beach's "pier" which really just consists of shallow water. 2. Step out of the longboat into the clear turquoise water once you have arrived (knee deep). 3. Hold your suitcase over your head while trudging through the sand to make it to the beach.
Layana is a few of my favorite things...friendly, tropical, and luxurious. Unforgettable Asian architecture and lush greenery surround cabanas, bars, gardens, pools, villas fit for a king, and more. The god given views of the mountains hovering over the resort give it a particularly remarkable feel. The smiley staff (who all have superb attention to detail) are at your fingertips and are determined to make your holiday the ultimate getaway. The private beach was almost as rel