In Touch Resort In Touch Resort is the first resort on the south end of the islands main beach of Sairee, Thailand. You can find the resort situated next to the famous King Rama V Rock. It is centrally located for easy walking distance to both the main pier town of Mae Haad and the main night life, eating and shopping area of Sairee Town. Sairee beach is the main beach on the paradise island of Koh Tao and offers some of the most relaxed atmospheres on the island and not forgetting some of the best snorkeling spots right in front of us. [caption id="attachment_126" align="aligncenter" width="606"] In Touch Resort[/caption] In Touch Resort’s ccommodation options fit every budget whether you are a young student taking time out, a backpacker, family or even on a couple on a honeymoon. Rooms vary from simple island style bungalows to luxurious and modern high end units. >> top 10 hotels in bangkok >> thailand food and drinks Here at In Touch Resort you will most definitely feel in touch with the islands way so why not flick off your flip flops and let your holiday start here. Oriental Kwai Resort [caption id="attachment_125" align="aligncenter" width="605"] Oriental Kwai Resort[/caption] The Oriental Kwai Resort, Thailand is a small and peaceful resort located in a little village only 20 minutes drive from Kanchanburi town and 150 km from Bangkok. The cottages are spread throughout a tropical garden and teak forest on the banks of the famous river Kwai. This makes the Oriental Kwai resort a perfect retreat for nature lovers and people who want to have a taste of the beauty of unspoiled local Thailand. All cottages, designed in a warm Thai style, have everything to make your stay as comfortable as possible. Oriental Kwai resort is the perfect gateway for couples as well as family. Have a refreshing dip in our pool after a day of exploring the loval highlights as Erawan falls and enjoy a delicious dinner on our terrace overlooking the river Kwai. Phi Phi Hill Resort [caption id="attachment_124" align="aligncenter" width="603"] Phi Phi Hill Resort[/caption] Slowly being marginalised by the neighbouring Phi Phi The Beach resort, Phi Phi Hill was closed for low season when we visited in August 2014, and the entrance was blocked so we couldn’t get in to see the resort at all. The man answering the only working contact number told us it would be open again in November. On our previous visit in 2011, we found old style wooden bungalows that were large and comfortable, some with great views, some with tree-obstructed views. But even if you get stuck in one of the latter, there are really great views also from the hillside restaurant. Both fan-cooled and air-con bungalows are available, scattered over a large grassy property. Located on a steep slope with lots of stairs, it can be a bit of a work out to get around, but luckily they have some sort of funicular contraption to pull your bags up to the top upon arrival! If you book in advance, they’ll throw in a free boat ride out there.