Looking for somewhere to relax or somewhere to make your
holidays more enjoyable? Then Nusai Khaosuay Resort is absolutely
your answer. Let's prove it.!!!
Numsai means " clear water" and Khaosuay means "beautiful mountain" The name suites its location because the whole resort is situated on the graded slope of the hill and rooms are posted split-levelly where you can see the main road lied out there. There is a clear stream runs through the front of the resort. Numsai Khaosuay is very delicate in detail. You may notice many things from the decorations such as wall lamp and the crop of Ranong province. And you cannot miss the giant fishing basket lamp hanging in midair on top of the lobby. By the way, it is to believe that the resort will soon become a place where Ranong people proudly accommodate their guest.
|Three room types of 28 rooms altogether setting on the hillside
with a magnificent landscape of tropical garden , these room types
are 18 Superior Rooms, 8 Deluxe Rooms and 2 Suite Rooms. All rooms
are treated non smoking and designed in traditional style with a
|Lee La Restaurant||Lee La Restaurant|
|Getting to Ranong:
It just takes 8-hour drive from Bangkok along the well-constructed Petkasem road or the other name known as road number 4 or Asia route AH-2. Regular busses to Ranong are also available from time to time for passengers from Bangkok and the areas near by such as Phuket, Phang-nga, Suratthani, Chumpon and Krabi. For more information, please contact your nearest bus terminal.
By Air, due to the small quiet province, no direct air traffic to Ranong for the time being, instead you are required to land in Suratthani and then, getting in a bus to Ranong. Traveling by train to Ranong is not accessible, the only way to do that is to drop at Chumpon andcarry on in a bus for one and a half hour to the province.