Facilities at our sister resort - Lanta Pavilion Resort
- - Thai Massage
- - Oil Massage
- - Foot Massage
One of the simplest and best pleasures of a tropical holiday is a good massage on the beach, which leaves you relaxed and ready for another day of sightseeing.
Thai massage is a type of massage in Thai style that involves stretching and deep massage. This form of bodywork is usually performed on the floor, and the client wears comfortable clothes that allow for movement.
The massage recipient changes into loose, comfortable clothes (shorts and a t-shirt will do nicely) and lies on a mat or firm mattress on the floor (or beach!). The receiver is put into many yoga-like positions during the course of the massage, which is why Thai massage is sometimes referred to as “passive yoga”. The massage practitioner leans on the recipient's body using hands and usually straight forearms locked at the elbow to apply firm rhythmic pressure. The massage generally follows the Sen lines on the body — somewhat analogous to meridians or Channel (Chinese medicine). A full Thai massage session typically lasts two hours or more, and includes rhythmic pressing and stretching of the entire body; this may include pulling fingers, toes, ears, cracking the knuckles, walking on the recipient's back, and arching the recipient's into bhujangasana or (cobra position). Many opt for a shorter massage or a foot and leg massage, and modern variations, which are not traditional, include oil massage, aloe vera rubs etc. Many beach practitioners also offer manicures and hair braiding.
Located at Lanta Pavilion Resort on Khlong Khong Beach, Sunset restaurant is a one of the best on the beach.
It’s beautiful, romantic atmosphere is perfect to relax and wind down after a day of sightseeing. Offering first class Thai standard dishes, Sunset restaurant also offers a selection of European favorites, and a few Indian, Mexican and Japanese dishes.
There is also daily seafood BBQ on the beach with a great variety of the freshest seafood done in many styles. Try the pizza, burger and steaks, and don’t miss the exotic cocktails, fruit shakes and deserts!
The beach bar plays dinner music in the evenings, and then picks up the tempo a little for those who migrate there from the restaurant and beach later in the evening.
Live music (acoustic) is presented periodically. The exotic tropical cocktails are magical, especially when being sipped at sunset or under a starry sky on the beach!
Our brand new business center doubles as an internet café, but here you can also arrange meetings of up to 20 people, scan, fax, set up conference calls and make international telephone calls. The business center is about two feet from the sea at high tide, with glass walls. Not a bad venue for a meeting!
Tour Information Desk
Our tour information desk provides everything you will need to know about traveling and sightseeing in the region.
Our knowledgeable tour manager will arrange tours, transfer, air tickets, bus tickets, minivans, vehicle hire, hotel bookings – anything you need – as well as being generally helpful about your plans to explore the region on your own.
Transfer Vehicle Hire
Koh Lanta VIP Transfer Service is happy to serve you with roomy, brand new VIP Vans (2011) and experienced, courteous well trained staff in the Koh Lanta region. If you’ve looked into travelling in Thailand before, you will know that transport can be a nightmare.
Just look at any blog! Dangerous driving, long delays, rude staff and overcharging are a few common problems. Koh Lanta VIP Transfer Service is associated with Lanta Pavilion Resort and provides first rate, reliable, safe service to our clients at the most reasonable prices. Our VIP vans are spacious and comfortable so you won’t be packed in like sardines, as in some other vans. Don’t ruin your holiday! Travel in comfort and style with Koh Lanta VIP Transfer Service!
Rest assured that your valuables are safe in our lock boxes in a locked room, next to reception
Laundry service is available for your convenience.
Our staff love taking care of kids, so you can set off for the day without worrying about your children. Please arrange in advance.
Once the best and most popular snorkeling destination in the area, Koh Rok has suffered from coral bleaching and some reef destruction and has lost some of its splendor, but it is still well worth a visit.
It is actually composed of two islands separated by a deep channel, and surrounding this channel is the “magic 100 square meters” where the best snorkeling is. When you stop for lunch, you will see quite a few enormous monitor lizards that come begging for handouts. The waters are still crystal clear and teeming with fish, and there are plenty of hard and soft corals left