The villa River Garfish Burgundy, in a quiet area by the beach, is the best option for those looking for a perfect holiday.
In a private community, this villa has a fantastic garden which is the only thing that divides you from one of the fantastic Koh Chang beaches. It could not be better located, with a restaurant area near. A large majority have delivery service if you want take advantage the maximum of house tranquility. Also has a community swimming pool 20 meters away.
Inside 3 bedrooms and two bathrooms serve the private area. The kitchen and the living and dining room are combined into one large area with easy access to one of the terraces, which are great to chill out and enjoy the views.
With everything you could wish for, this villa awaits you!
|Nearest airport 2
|Don Muang Airport
|Nearest ferry port
|Ko Chang Ferry Pier
From Trat Airport you can shared minibus service which can be booked in advance. The price already including ferry ticket.
By car, is easier than you might imagine. Rental cars companies will provide a GPS in English which makes life much easier. But the majority of road signs are in English and Thai, so driving is pretty simple. Follow the Bangna-Trat road or motorway (Highway 7) out of Bangkok until you see Highway 344. Join Highway 3 again near Klaeng and then, about 23km before Trat, turn left at the T-junction with 3156, signposted to Laem Ngop. 20 mins later you’ll be at the first of the ferry piers – Koh Chang Ferry Pier, known as "Ao Thammachat" to most Thais. This is the better of the two car ferry companies, with a shorter crossing time and sailings every 45 minutes.
The best preserved tourist holiday destination in Thailand, Ko Chang is one of most beautiful islands with long white sandy beaches. The island is also home to a wide range of wildlife: its hinterland consists of over 70% virgin rainforest. The island and its vicinity are great places for snorkeling, diving and jungle hiking.
Situated to the east of the country in the province of Trat on the Cambodian border, it's Thailand's second largest island.