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Ling Sabai Bungalows: Travelers’ Favourite Hostel in Koh Phangan Reopens for High Season

ByArlene Huff

Dec 22, 2022
Ling Sabai Bungalows: Travelers’ Favourite Hostel in Koh Phangan Reopens for High Season

Koh Phangan, Surat Thani – Besides the excitement of visiting scenic locations, taking part in different fun-filled activities, and experiencing unforgettable moments, accommodation is a significant determinant of the success, or otherwise, of any vacation experience. Considering that their rooms are often the places where vacationers spend most of their time, holiday accommodations need to at least meet, if not exceed, certain standards to be deemed worthwhile. For instance, they should meet all customer expectations, be it in comfort or service delivery, while remaining affordable. This is often a thin line to walk on since luxury always comes at a steep price. Luckily, Ling Sabai Bungalows in Koh Phangan offer a remarkable exception regarding quality accommodation and hospitality services for a hostel with more to offer than just value for money. 

Identifying as a hostel rather than a hotel, or a guesthouse rather than a resort, Ling Sabai Bungalows provides an unmatched experience to its loyal clients who know quality accommodation and a good bargain when they see one. Keen to accommodate all visiting customers during the upcoming festive season, the hostel owners recently announced the resumption of operations in full swing. They offer different accommodation options to satisfy each customer’s requirements without straining them financially. Despite focusing on keeping their charges at a minimum by eliminating the some over-hyped luxuries such as air conditioning, room service, and other frills, Ling Sabai Bungalows remain extraordinarily comfy, according to the vast majority of guests. 

One of their popular accommodation options, the Superior Double Bungalows, has hot water showers, incredible sea & sunset views, tea & coffee facilities, and free Wi-Fi. On the other hand, the Single Budget Bungalow, designed for the lone traveler, has free Wi-Fi, cold water showers, and partial sea and sunset views. The Double Beach Bungalow is the ideal option for visitors who prefer even more proximity to the sea. This option has hot showers, unobstructed sea & sunset views, and free Wi-Fi. It is worth noting that each of Ling Sabai Bungalows’ options comes with hammocks ideal for those who like to kick back and relax while enjoying the serenity of the ocean breeze.

A company website quote, outlining why clients can never go wrong by choosing them reads, “Although private and secluded, we are just a couple of minutes’ walk away from the busy beach of Haad Yao, with a private secluded beach at the lowermost point of the resort. Shops, pharmacies, ATMs, restaurants, and bars are all located within a few minutes’ walk. All our bungalows have fans, mosquito nets, balconies with hammocks, a private bathroom, and free wifi. Our superior bungalows have hot water, tea & coffee facilities, free wifi, and a sea and sunset view. Experience the most fantastic sunsets from our restaurant and sample our traditional Thai, Western or vegetarian dishes or have them brought to your room if you prefer,” 

Ling Sabai Bungalows is located at 56/1 Moo 8, Haad Yao, Koh Phangan, Surat Thani, 84280, Thailand. A company representative is always reachable at 0847 460 063 for queries. 

Travelers planning to trek to the tropical paradise of Thailand can learn more about the country and some of the other great options available for accommodation and package deals by visiting Do BKK

Media Contact

Company Name
Ling Sabai Bungalows
Contact Name
Pam Chuchoed
Phone
0847 460 063
Address
56/1 Moo 8, Haad Yao
City
Koh Phangan
State
Surat Thani
Postal Code
84280
Country
Thailand
Website
https://lingsabaibungalows.com/

Arlene Huff

Arlene Huff is the founding member of Golden State Online. Before that She was a general assignment reporter. A native Californian, she graduated from the University of California with a degree in medical anthropology and global health. She currently lives in Los Angeles.