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Thai Cooking Classes. Learn the secrets of cooking authentic Thai food, with our authentic Thai chefs. During your Thai cooking class you will learn about ingredients, techniques and have fun learning to cook some delicious dishes! Thai food is tasty, healthy and surprisingly easy to cook once you know how.

Batik Painting

Lanta Batik painting class (2 hrs.)

(Batik size 1x1meter)

venue or meeting point : At main lawn under the tree, near beach pool.

Basic Muay Thai (1 hrs)

Course: A basic steps and demonstration how to use hand elbow knees and legs

venue or meeting point : At main lawn under the tree, near beach pool.

Petong free

Every Monday and Friday at 11 am.

venue or meeting point : At the poolside 

Catching Crab + squid fishing

09:00 Pick up you Hotel to the pier

– Prepare tools and traps for catching crab and squid fishing equipment, teaching how to it.

09:30 Take long tail boat to putting crab trap along canal of mangrove forest.
10:30 Start ground squid fishing using spinning reel (floating boat).

12:00 – 13:00 Lunch on the boat.
15:00 keeping crab traps and feeding monkey on the boat side.
16:00 Transfer of you Hotel.

Tour Included: Round trip transfer, lunch, fruits, drinks, life jacket fishing equipment, guide, insurance.


Lovely sandy beaches, an endless stretch of Andaman Sea and a collection of 70 neighboring islands topped with lush evergreen forest make Koh Lanta in Krabi nothing less than paradise.


The island is the main gateway to the exotic coral reefs and marine life of the Andaman Sea. Diving expeditions, snorkeling and sea kayaking are just some of the options available to you. For diving tours, don’t miss places such as Hin Daeng & Hin Muang, the King Cruiser Wreck, Anemone Reef, Hin Bida, Koh Bida and Koh Ha, which is primarily known for its underwater caves.


Mu Ko Lanta National Park is a national park in the southern part of Krabi Province, Thailand, consisting of several islands. The two largest islands are Ko Lanta Noi and Ko Lanta Yai. Although both are inhabited, Ko Lanta Yai is the primary tourist destination.


Located on the eastern side of Koh Lanta, this is a small quaint village inhabited by Thai fishing families, Chinese merchants and a community of sea gypsies. You’ll also find a Buddhist temple, Chinese temple, an art gallery and a selection of restaurants which give it a contemporary feel.