The SpaceThere are a number of bungalows spread out on this beautiful island created by co-host and owner, Mr Boon Chalit, a well respected community minded business man. This island has access by vehicle and free parking. It's located in the middle of farming agriculture and close to a village, where a 7/11 store is being built. It's easy & safe to ride push bikes around the area. There is a meeting room for up to 10 people and a board room or training room for up to 14 people. There's a pool table, a bar and plenty of undercover and outdoor seating overlooking the water. There is also a small zoo, with chickens, geese and a deer and doe to say hello to and take photos of. The local people are friendly, helpful and always smiling. Eat locally grown produce and visit the beautiful temple. This site is perfect for business or health related seminars and live-in retreats. There is plenty of room for a variety of outdoor activities. Guest AccessIn each room there are tea/coffee making facilities and a fridge for small items you may want to bring, depending on how long you plan to stay. As a guest, you will have access to the island by car, motorbike or pushbike. You can canoe on the lakes or sit on the island pontoon cafe to read or relax. There are a couple of golfing carts to get around if you don't want to walk! If you want to have a relaxation massage while you are here, please contact me after you've booked with day, date and time so I can make arrangements and tell you the price. If you wish to be picked up from Bangkok Airport on arrival, please send me arrival details after confirming your booking so I can arrange pick up and let you know the price. If you'd like a drive to take you to Cambodia, only 80km away, please let us know which day and best time for pickup. We can arrange that for you. Tipping for good service is usual because of the low wages of local staff. Interaction with GuestsThis is a co-hosting arrangement with Heather Traeger, Darwin Australia and the owner, Mr Boon Chalit who lives on site. He is a busy man but is always keen to meet and greet guests on the island. Once he knows you are coming, he will do what he can to make you welcome. If either of us is unavailable when you arrive, we will make arrangements to ensure someone else is and will keep you in touch about the arrangements to make your stay relaxing, enjoyable and most of all, memorable. The NeighborhoodThe people have lived an agrarian and peaceful lifestyle for generations, with the village being outside the earthquake zone and away from the coast meaning it has never been impacted by a tsunami, it is a now sought after area by national and international companies which are beginning to build their factories in the province, and creating new work and industrial opportunities for locals. Getting AroundYou can choose to hire a driver or use the pushbikes, unless you have your own vehicle or motorbike. Like the UK, Australia and NZ, Thais drive on the left hand side of the road. You can also walk around locally, just make sure you take a torch if you are coming back to the property after sunset. You can use the golfing carts onsite and around the property. Other Things to NoteYou might want to bring sunglasses, hat and sunscreen and insect repellant as the bungalows are surrounded by water. You can smoke and drink on the island so long as your behaviour does not impact negatively on others, the locals or guests; in which case, you will be requested to leave immediately.