Andaman Club Resort KawthaungKawthaung Andaman Club Resort
Andaman Club is situated on Thahtay Kyun in the most southern part of Myanmar on the border with Ranong Province in southern Thailand. Coming from Bangkok it only needs an hour's flying time via Bangkok Airways (with timetables ) and 8h by bus. It' s an additional one hr ride from Ranong Airport to the Andaman Pier and only 10 min by boat across the Andaman Lake to the resort on the Isle.
From Yangon (Myanmar) to the Andaman Club, you can take Yangon Airways (or) Myanmar Airways to Kawthoung in the south of Myanmar. Kawthoung is 5 minute speedboat ride to Tha Htay Kyun, where the Andaman Club is located.
Andaman Sea view in all guest rooms. Transfer to and from Ranong Pier. Ferry to and from the Island Resort. The Andaman Club Familiy Map is available on demand. Kawthoung Thahtay Kyun Island. You can also send an e-mail to: email@example.comThis e-mail is spam-proof.
Thahtay Kyun Andaman Club Resort Myanmar Island
The Andaman Club Resort Thahtay Kyun Island Myanmar..... Accomodation: All rooms have a panorama sea views, each room has a private bathroom and a private balcon. Individually air-conditioned, safe, fridge, minibar, IDD phone, satellite TV and multi-channel stereo, each room is nicely decorated to enjoy the sea-views.
Andaman Club Resort on the Myanmar Islands Thahtay Kyun
Think of an exquisite resort that stretches over a 1,800 hectare privately owned isle in the midst of an emerging green seas. The breathtaking seaview from the gateway to the guesthouse is only overlooked from the opposite side of the shelter. The inside of a Raffles motel is decorated with a fluffy steak and the floor in dark schist, completed with rustling ventilators and shutters made of room-high, plateless window panes.
Meanwhile, a soft ocean wind revives the tropic air moisture, attenuates the usual rattling of hotels and adds to the tranquil image of Asiatic employees of varying nationalities gliding graciously across the lobby. Located on the Myanmar based Thahtay Kyun Islands, also known as Kho Son in Thai, this is the Andaman Club, resort and resort, just a brief boating trip from Ranong in Thailand and Victoria Point, now re-named King Bayint Naung by the Mayanmar government.
Work has been done to transport the company's visitors from Bangkok to Ranong. There is also a daily service to and from Bangkok and Phoket. Unfortunately there is no connection for the inhabitants of Philuket from Philuket to Ranong and to the Andaman Club, although a resort mini van can collect passengers travelling by public-service.
Arrived in Ranong, one reaches the Inselhotel by Jetboat from the mooring in Ranong, which was especially constructed for this purpose. Thai and foreign travellers do not have to worry about the port's custom house, as a custom official is always on standby in the Andaman Club's own departures terminal to take charge of all paperwork.
Your papers will then be taken to the Myanmar authority at the club to be postmarked for your arrival, even if it is on the next hour of boating. There is a large indoor and outdoor restaurant, two internationally renowned dining rooms, tennis court, Thai massages, saunas, fitness room and a 600 square meter duty-free mall.
It is not astonishing that the club is frequently frequented by a large number of people. All of the air-conditioned accommodations are fitted with satelite TV, IDD phones, in-house films, a refrigerator and a mini-bar. For the duration of your holiday, you can enjoy one of the resort's daily excursions, such as a dive or snorkel on some of the nearest islets, or ashore.
" Announced Capt. Patana Tareekes, Chief Executive Officer of Phuket Airlines Company Limited. At night, the Andaman Club provides some Las Vegas-style entertainments such as the Victoria Café, the Andaman Pearl Restaurant, which also features real life entertainments, the Mingala Ba Lounge, the Oasis Cocktail Bar, a Karaoke Bar and almost nocturnal cabaret in a large auditorium.
The Andaman Club offers great packages for those who are on the go for a week-end, especially in the low seasons from May 1 to October 31. For the latest information, please call the Reservations Department at 1168/71-25 A Floor, Lumpini Tower Building, Rama IV Rd, Thungmahamek, Bangkok, Tel: +66 (0)2 2 285 6404 to 7, 287 3031 to 5 or 679 8238 to 40, Fax: +66 (0)2 679 8236, +66 (0)2 679 8385.
A good example of a low seasons travel offer at the date of the letter was a two-night, three-day journey, which included a BHT 7,000 homeward journey from Bangkok to Ranong. It also offers packages to the Royal Princess Hotel in Ranong, with a plethora of nature beauties and some renowned thermal baths nearby.