Libong Beach Resort enjoys its serene location on the largest island of Trang province, Koh Libong, which is about 30-minute longtail boat ride from Hat Yao Pier. This all-bungalow resort provides great value accommodation without sacrificing on comfort. It is a perfect destination to enjoy beautiful deserted beach, great diving and snorkeling experiences, as well as one of the best sunset moments in Thailand.
Libong Beach Resort Koh Libong features clean and safe accommodation with a selection of fan or air-conditioned type. All bungalows come with 24-hour power, shower and toilet facilities and all the necessities required for a relaxing stay. The onsite restaurant offers fresh seafood and an extensive choice of both Thai and International dishes. With a variety of fun outdoor activities, you can be rest assured that you will have plenty to do throughout your trip on Koh Libong. A team of friendly staff can also help you arrange boat trips to nearby islands or if you wish to stay in, simply relax in a hammock or pamper yourself with a good Thai massage at the resort. Whether you plan for a solo trip or a group vacation at Koh Libong, make Libong Beach Resort your home away from home. Nightly rates from just 850THB excluding breakfast!
|There are so many good reasons to visit Libong island. Beautiful deserted beaches, great diving & snorkeling and some of the finest sunsets in Thailand can all be enjoyed from Libong Beach Resort. Located on the south west coast of Thailand, Libong Island is the largest island in the district of Trang, taking its name from the Talibong tree that used to grow on the island. It's an area of outstanding natural beauty, with designated nature reserves and national park areas.|
|There's something for everyone on Libong, whether it's spotting the almost extinct Dugongs,
bird watching, photography, snorkeling, diving, canoeing, fishing, walking, exploring, island hopping or just simply relaxing.
|How to get here :
Koh Libong Via Trang
You can travel to Trang by air, train or bus.
Koh Libong by sea
You can travel to Koh Libong and Hat Yao by boat from other islands.