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Roadtrip Southern Thailand – Part 2

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After successful previous Southern Thailand road trip August last year, we decided to make another journey for the second time. This time we tried not to visit any other places we’ve been before. So we choose Koh Lanta, Phuket & Satun as our destination. On the 2nd of Dec we arrived at Kulim for Zaidi & Amy wedding, the next day we say goodbye and cross the border after the reception. So thats why #jedikawenkamiygjalan instead of #RoadtripTH

Day 1 : Ayer Hitam – Kulim

Day 2: Kulim – Hat Yai

Once we arrived at Changlun, we went to the insurance agent that already been contacted to collect our insurance cert. Refueling before the border is important, even tho the fuel prices does not differ so much at that time, but still we manage to save a few bucks. We cross the border at 7pm (6.00pm Thailand) after some delay. Buying tourist sim card at Sadao (Danok) save us from roaming fees, but take lots of time. We planned to reached Khlong Hae Floating Market before checking to the hotel, but its a bit too late. However, we still having dinner at the market area. It was the rainy season by the time we arrived. Most of the vendor unable to run their business on the boat.

The next morning we went to Hat Yai morning market in the rain. It was quite early but the market is already full of people shopping groceries and monk collecting food for the temple. Nothing much we can get that morning, we decided to check out and move to next stop. From Hat Yai, we went straight to Koh Lanta. The journey took us around 6 hrs with a few stop at Trang for lunch. Most of the village was covered with flood along the way.

To get to Koh Lanta we have to get on a tug ferry which takes us around 15 minutes to cross. Weather seems very nice in Koh Lanta. We headed straight to the southern tip of Koh Lanta National Park for sunset. It was worth the drive through the steep road and nice beaches. An old lighthouse situated at the end of the marine national park. The lighthouse is not a special building, which has any historical or cultural value, but the view from the cliff is perfect. You can see the rocky sea with waves and all around panoramic view with nearest islands like Koh Rock, Koh Haa. The monkeys are pretty aggressive around the park so beware of your belongings. We spent the evening watching majestic sunset of the day. Is is indescribable. Go see for yourself.  It is very sad that I’m not allowed to bring the drone up here.

After having dinner we check-in to the hotel by the beach and stay for 2 nights.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 3 : Koh Lanta

We spent the whole day strolling beaches, Muslim villages, breakfast spot & night market. Koh Lanta is not as big as any other islands that you can drive in. No shopping mall, but 7-Eleven are everywhere. There’s quite a few beautiful island nearby that we can charter speed boat. We didn’t take any island tours coz it was cloudy the whole day. Most of the time we spent at the resort pool and the beach. We pack our food from the night market and dinner at the resort.

 

 

Day  4: Koh Lanta – Phuket

We’ve been to Krabi & Ao Nang quite a few times, it is best to skip for this trip. But along the way, we stop at Ao Nang having lunch before continuing to Phuket just because it was a long drive. It took us the whole day (with quite a number of break), coffee, local seafood snack, and food. Although it was a long drive, we didn’t feel that tired since enjoying Thailand beautiful scenery & also the good condition road. Phang Nga is a beautiful town by the bay, we stop by the river stall to try what we call here in Johor ‘siput gong gong’. We reached Phuket late that afternoon. FYI, we didn’t have proper planning where to go or which hotels to book. So while we on the road we keep looking for any interesting places to stay and hotels.

After the discussion, we decided to stay at Hill Myna Condotel near the Bang Tao beach. The condotel is inexpensive but luxurious, it is highly recommended if you’re looking for a family stay in Phuket. Our apartment completed with kitchen, washing machine, two bedrooms, dinner table, and sofa. The room is clean and large. Swimming pool & gym is just 1 floor down. They provide us with a bicycle is we want to stroll around. Not far from the condotel, there is a huge mosque surrounded by the Muslim community. We bought lots of delicious food for breakfast. Some of them can speak Malay fluently but most others prefer the Thai language.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 5 – Phuket

At 5 am, we experienced the earthquake shaking the bed like sleeping in a hammock. It was the same earthquake that happened 12 years ago in Acheh that cause Tsunami in Patong beach, not too far from our place. Luckily nothing bad happened.

After Subuh prayer, Fozan & I drove to the temple to photograph monks going to the market. Not our lucky day, it was raining and nothing much to photograph. We go to the market in front of Mukarom Mosque to get some breakfast. Some variety from Satey, roti canai and pulut ayam easily find here. You should try the satey, totally different that ours. Pretty much the same as the other day after a long drive, we spent the morning in the pool, strolling beaches, went to the market and all.

There’s a nice sunset spot quite far from our hotel, so we spent the afternoon from one beach to another. By the time we arrived Promptep Cape, it was the best time for sunset. I never thought this is a popular tourist spot. Thousands of tourist gathering to see the sunset. We hardly find a spot to get the shot. So I decided to go back to the car and get the drone. It’s was worth the hike… We took a photo just like in one of Thailand stamp.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 6: Phuket – Satun

Phuket is a very nice island. It’s just that the island is too pack with tourist and locals. Not my kinda island perhaps.. However, it worth the visit. So after few hours spent in the pool, we decided to get the hell out of this island. We stop by a beach just before the bridge crossing Phuket to the mainland. It’s not ordinary tourist visiting spot, but more like lorry driver rest area. However, the beach is so damn clean and beautiful. At first, I’d say 10 minute stop, but it becomes more like an hour.

It was hot & sunny while we cross the bridge. Seems like there’s no more rain in the south. But I was wrong. At first, we want to go to either Koh Samui island or Thale Noi lake area. Unfortunately, both places were covered with the flood. I never though an island like Samui will be affected by flood. Even the local say this is the worst disaster ever happened in 50 years. Same goes to Thale Noi lake area. The owner of the resort we want to stay told us their resort is closed due to flood. Moving forward, we change the route to Satun.

It was a hell of a journey, we reached the resort 10 pm that night with few diversion road due to flood. We have to cross about 5-8 village that water is still on the road. Luckily we manage to make the crossing even though the water is more than 1 foot height.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 7 – Satun

We stayed for 2 night at The Gleam Resort, Satun. It’s a small beautiful resort at the end of the city. Last time I came to Satun with my family, we stay in a resort just like this one called V Valley Resort, but this one has a pool. Just because the sea is not welcoming us this time, so we spent most of the time in the pool. lol

Morning market is just a few hundred meter away. We had breakfast and fruits there before heading out to Pak Bara coz Fozan dying to eat the spicy grill meat salad (Nam-Tok) that we had on our last trip to Koh Lipe. We drive around the town to find this auntie that sell lunch on motorbike hawker stall. Today is not our lucky day. No Nam-Tok.

Frustrated not getting what we want, I bring them to Tanyong Poh, a Malay fishing village by the sea facing Langkawi. The hidden gems of this village are amazing rocky beach and most amazing seafood restaurant. We have most lovely lunch ever for this trip here. This is the second time I visited Pak Tam Man Tomyam Tanyong Poh and never regret. We had tom yam, squid salad, prawn, soup, crab, mantis prawn and much more. I eat 2 crabs alone. and mantis prawn. and squid. It was wonderful…

Photos & video in this trip are from all of us, Aidil, Ajoi, Fozan, Pacat, Yana & Me.

For those who wonder the expenses for this trip, all of us spent around RM805 for a week of road tripping Southern Thailand.

Expenses

Donate

RM150/pax

FUEL

RM90 (Seremban)

RM 100 (Bukit Kayu Hitam)

1180THB (Krabi)

1000THBt (Phuket)

500THB (Pak Bara)

RM 91.10 (Perlis)

RM 93 (Gombak)

Total RM168/pax

INSURANCE

RM35 1 car 4 white card

TOL/TnG

RM200 (Seremban)

FERRY TICKETS

Hua Hin-Koh Lanta 160THB/4pax

Koh Lanta-Hua Hin 130THB/4pax

Total RM9/pax

HOTEL

RM 89/Room (Hatyai) ??• (RM44.50)

RM 525 (Koh Lanta) / ????(RM131.25)

RM 561 (Phuket)/????• (140.25)

RM 212 (Satun) / ??• (RM106)

Total RM422/pax

MEALS

1000 THB ?x6

3/12

  • Fried Chicken 320THB
  • Noodle Soup 350THB

4/12

  • Laksa 4 & Rice 2 180THB
  • Dinner 360THB

5/12

  • Breakfast 180THB
  • Dinner 500THB

6/12

  • Lunch (Krabi) 500THB

9/12

  • Lunch Tanyong Poh 1618THB

Around RM90/pax

SIM CARD

300 THB

ENTRANCE FEES

830 THB Marine Park 1 car & 4 pax

TOTAL RM805/pax

 

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Aidil fallen asleep.

 

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Mens Cargo

 

 

 

Roadtrip Southern Thailand

Roadtrip Southern Thailand from Razali on Vimeo. Song by Daniela Andrade

3059km driving, numbers of island, hundreds cup of coffee with @mohdrazali @zaiditaharim @fozanlah & @ajoi57 #RoadtripTH

Photos by me, Zaidi, Fozan & Ajoi. Drone by me.

Day 1:
Ayer Hitam – Arau
We begin #RoadtripTH from Ayer Hitam, Johor Thursday afternoon. This is my first time doing a road trip with friends where usually I do this with my family. We went to Satun, Koh Lipe, Ao Nang, Koh Samui, Thale Noi, Hatyai & Narathiwat. Arrive at Arau, Perlis late at 12pm so we decided to stay at the state mosque after we had something to eat. Big mistake, we couldn’t sleep at all while being attacked by hundreds of mosquito.

Day 2:
Arau – Wang Kelian – Satun – Koh Lipe

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The next morning we grab some breakfast and having it in front of our first stop, Bukit Keteri, the majestic limestones hills of Perlis. We stop at Wang Kelian viewpoint right before we check in Wang Kelian Border. From there we drive along the national parks and stop at Tesco to get sim card. Pak Bara pier is just around 45minutes from Satun city, we took a boat to Koh Lipe in the mid day after lunch. It is not the best time to visit the island & beaches on the west side of Thailand at this moment. Wind blowing so hard making our boat ride more like a roller coaster. One and half our of most exciting boat ride of my life.
When we arrive Koh Lipe, the weather looks great. Clear sky, smooth breeze, great looking sea. We checked-in Harmony Bed & Bakery for 2 nights. Walking street is just around the corner, so we have no problem finding dinner.

Day 3:
Koh Lipe

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Day 3 – Koh Lipe. Mengahadap Pulau Langkawi. #RoadtripTH

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Day 3 – Koh Lipe #RoadtripTH. Sunrise beach.

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Day 3 – Koh Lipe. #RoadtripTH. Bagi can la main buai.

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Day 3 – Idylic resort, Koh Lipe. #RoadtripTH eh kau tak reti diam mana nak dapat gambo family lawa.

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Sunrise was amazing. We spent the whole morning exploring Sunrise beach and nearby hotels. Seems like most of luxury resorts are not fully operational due to low season. In the afternoon we walk to sunset beach and Pattaya beach until sunset. There’s an army base at the end of Pattaya beach. Watching the Royal Thai Army on exercise was exciting. We had dinner at a local Muslim stall called Tusneem Halal Seafood nearby walking street. The food was really nice and absolutely cheap compared to walking street. It is just a few meters away from out hotel Harmony Bed & Bakery. We met new friends who also coming from Johor staying at the same hotel.

Day4:

Koh Lipe – Pak Bara – Trang – Ao Nang

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Day 4 – Koh Lipe. Panoramic view of the majestic island. #RoadtripTH

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Day 4 – Koh Lipe – Trang – Ao Nang. #RoadtripTH 1200km+ away from home. Stay for a night.

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In the morning we visited Sunrise beach again but this time with new company, our new friends from Johor. Climbing up to Serendipity Beach Resort to get the best view point of sunrise, we spent 2 hours there. It was awesome! Right before we leave the island, we take our breakfast at the same stall from yesterday. We leave Koh Lipe at 9.30am and reached Pak Bara Pier around 11am. Along the way we had a few stop for take away lunch, best street food we had so far. Somtam, grill beef with mixed thai salad. We stop at Robinson Trang for an hour to get some souvenir. Trang to Krabi took around 4hrs with few stop for coffee & prayer. When we arrive at Krabi, it is already late. We pack some food for the night market and head straight to Oscar Pool Villa Ao Nang. The villa is not so far from Ao Nang beach but still need transport to get there. We check in for a night first to see weather there’s something to explore or should we continue our journey.

Day 5:

Ao Nang – Railay Bay – Thubkaek

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Day 5 – Railay Bay ?? #RoadtripTH selepas hujan.

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Ajoi kat mana? Ada kat sini ha, tengah rilek2 angin pantai. #RoadtripTH #wwnma #eksen

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Day 5 – Railay Bay, Krabi. ?? #RoadtripTH hammocking by the beach.

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Day 5 – Tub Kaek Beach, Ao Nang ?? #RoadtripTH Agak mustahil nak jumpa sampah.

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Day 6 – Tub Kaek Beach, Ao Nang ?? #RoadtripTH hit the road again. @zaiditaharim @ajoi57 @fozanlah

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Knowing the weather was not so good, we decided not to take the island hopping but instead we buy a longtail boat ticket to Railay Bay. It was just 10 minutes boat ride to one of most attractive beach in Krabi. The limestone hills looks amazing in drone. We spend the whole day exploring Railay bay, sleeping in the hammock and lunch. It was raining in the afternoon, lucky we had a roof, the tree lol. We leave Railay Bay heading back to Ao Nang before we visited sunset beach at Thubkaek. The weather was not on our side, but we still get a few photos of sunset. From Thubkaek, we decided to get some dinner at Ao Nang walking street. Lots of muslim food stall here. This is my fifth times visiting Ao Nang as I can remember. We stay another night at Oscar Pool Villa. Having a pool just on our doorstep is an advantages.

Day 6:

Ao Nang – Ratchaprapa Dam – Surat Thani – Koh Samui

Day 6 – Ratchaprapa Dam, Surat Thani ?? #RoadtripTH Guilin of Thai trip cancelled, rain is coming.

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We have mixed feeling whether to go to Phuket or straight to Samui. I know Phuket is amazing city. I’ve been there once. But due to rainy season we might ended staying in the hotel rather than sightseeing. So we decided not to waste our time and head straight to Koh Samui because it is another long journey. I read a lot about the Guilin of Thailand, Ratchaprapa Dam. We tried to take boat ride to the the Guilin but heavy rain coming ahead. Boat ride cancelled. Move on to Surat Thani. Raja Ferry to Koh Samui took one and a half our ferry ride. It cost us so little to bring the car along. This is my third visit to Samui so I remember a few spot to stop. Not having enough time to reached the island for sunset, we having it in the ferry. It was majestic. Once we arrived, we look for hotel near the Malay Village.  Having dinner at Melayu Samui Seafood while still deciding for place to stay.  The food is good, but it was better last time. The first time I visited this restaurant was with Sudin, there was a wedding ceremony that we were invited while eating here. Such an experience. We stayed at The Fisherman’s Challet for 2 nights.

Day 7:

Koh Samui

Day 7 – Lamai, Koh Samui ?? #RoadtripTH Peak season. Jalan mana pon penuh orang.

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Day 8. Bye Samui! #roadtripTH #jediberjalan ??

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I visited the fishing village in the morning to take a few drone footage. Next to the village is a small market where we can find fruits, seafood, groceries and breakfast. Bought some durian and breakfast for them. I slept the whole morning after breakfast. In the afternoon we stroll along the beaches, circling the island. This is the best time to visit Samui because the weather is great. Last time when I visited with my wife & kids, it was windy. Chaweng beach look so calm & beautiful. While visiting BangRak market, I bought a kilo of huge prawn sold by beautiful ladies. That impress me. The prawn. And of course beautiful ladies selling prawn. Along the way I found the place I visit with Sudin last time having fresh oyster for just THB25 and fruit salad with horse shoe crab. Extremely cheap oyster! Sorry I coudln’t figure out in google map where the exact point is, but it is just in front of 7-Eleven near the ferry terminal. Back home, we cook the prawn and having dinner with lots of other Thai food. Yummy. After dinner we visited the night market at Central Festival Plaza to get some food and souvenir.

Day 8:

Koh Samui – Surat Thani – Amphoe Tha Sala – Nakhon Si Thamarat – Thale Noi – Hat Yai

Day 8 – Bophut, Koh Samui ?? #RoadtripTH Moving out of the island back to mainland today.

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Day 8 – Koh Samui ?? #RoadtripTH The third time visiting this island. Never bored. Always impress.

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Day 8 – Thale Boi Bridge, Songkhla ?? #RoadtripTH Over 2000km overland.

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Three days in Samui is never enough. But we have to move out from the island to make sure we still within Zaidi’s holiday leave. Again before we leave, we had breakfast at the Muslim restaurant in Maret market. Uncle Yamin prepared nasi chicken baryani and nasi with beef. It is the best. There’s corn pudding for dessert as well. Cheap of course. Happy tummy, we drive. Last stop before we leave the island, Laem Sor Pagoda, Taling Ngam. This is the best view point of Tean island & Mat Sum island.

We took Setran Ferry instead of Raja. The jetty is further ahead, same rate for car & passenger but more comfortable. Once we arrived at the jetty, we head straight to Hat Yai. Along the way we had a few stop at Amphoe Tha Sala, Nakhon Si Thamarat & Thale Noi. We stop for prayer at Ban Nai Thung and while we make a u-turn we found a really nice market by the beach. The market selling dried fish and fresh as well. We bought mantis prawn & squid just because it is so tempting to see. We asked the lady where we can cook and she replied “king khao?”. Yes yes. Makan. She bring a guy from small restaurant next to the market. Surprisingly the guy speak fluent Johorean malay. Not just Pattani Malay. “Nak ape?” He asked. We laugh out loud. This is not the first time we find someone who can speak malay in Thai, but how he pronounced every word feels like we were in Parit Raja. lol. He bring us to his restaurant and ask his wife to cook. She is absolutely talented cook. We ordered beef soup, she fried the mantis prawn & the squid beautifully & sincere. I will make sure will visit his restaurant again.

The journey is one of the longest ever. We had another stop at Ban Thale Noi Wetland, longest bridge highway across a beautiful wetland that divided Phattalung & Songkhla. It is amazing how they build highway on wetlands while keeping the bird sanctuary and its largest fresh water reserve. I could spend weeks here just to see the purple swamp hens and pink waterlilies. If we have enough time, I would love to visit again one of Thai largest paddy field next to the lake. They planted sea coconut by the bunds that make the land looks like somewhere else. Unfortunately time doesn’t permit us, by the time we arrived it was already dark. So we head straight to Hat Yai. Before we checked-in at The Train Hotel, we visited Asean Night Bazar to get some dinner. The hottest seafood salad I ever had, it burns my mouth.

Day 9:

Hat Yai – Pattani – Narathiwat – Besut

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Day 9 – Amphoe, Tak Bai ?? #RoadtripTH Unik rupa bentuk bumi sini.

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The morning market was just 10 minutes walk from our hotel. Friday is the busiest day in the market. Cheap groceries, fruit & clothing. Seedless grape for just THB80/kg. Vegetables sold in bundle. An hour is not enough here. We check-out of the hotel and drive to Pattani. Because Pattani is hot area, we found road block every 10 minutes or less. They said it is safe to visit because the bombing is only targeted political places. Even Kru Se mosque which has been attack twice is safe. The 502 years old mosque has a very unique design and history. According to the locals, the late sultan of Pattani built this most back then. Moving forward, we stop at Pattani to get stock of Ovaltine biscuit which could never be found in Malaysia and Digestive. And some Hotwheels & Majoratte of course. Last stop before we cross the border is Tak Bai, another red zone. The border close at 9pm. We got there just in time and just enough gas. We stayed at D’Muara One Chalet for the night.

Day 10:

Besut – Bukit Keluang – Marang – Dungun – Kuantan – Ayer Hitam

Day 10 – Kampung Jambu Bongkok, Marang ?? #RoadtripTH Alien zone.

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Day 10 – Batu Pelanduk, Marang ?? #RoadtripTH Last check point. End of our road trip.

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Another unique place, another stop. #RoadtripTH #wwnma

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Bukit Keluang is in our check list, but we didn’t realize it was on the weekend before national day. Hundreds of visitor hiking the hill with us. Even though it was just 10 minutes hike, it feels longer just because lots of other visitor with us. Ajoi manage to get to the top within half an hour. That was impressive. If you’re planning to hike, make sure come as early as you can. Take the entry point on the right side of the hill coz it easier to get up hill. Please…. Please bring your water bottle back down, don’t throw it away. Please…. I beg you. The view is breathtaking from every point. Getting down might be tricky because it is very slippery so please wear appropriate shoes. I saw a lady wearing wedges, I salute her. But the wedges didn’t survive. I hope her leg do well.

From Besut we head straight to Marang and then  Rantau Abang. We took some photos of the legendary Batu Pelanduk and unique looking alien tree. That was our last stop in Terengganu. Next stop is Kula Cakes, Kuantan. We had some delicious signature Mango Cheesecake,  Nuttella Pavlova, Choc Moist, Red Velvet and Blueberry Cheese.

Thats the end of our road trip. In total of 3059KM driving, 6hrs boat & ferry ride, 38 storey hiking, hundreds of KM walking. Hell of a good trip. This is my third road trip to Thailand. The next one will be further away hopefully.

Costing

Day 1: Ayer Hitam – Arau

  • Fuel RM160/4pax
  • Toll RM90/4pax

Day 2: Arau – Lipe

  • Fuel RM80/4pax
  • Insurance, TM2, TM6 – RM100 (agent)/4pax
  • Ferry Lipe RM26/pax
  • Simcard RM18/pax
  • Bed & Bakery Hotel x2 night RM300/4pax

Day 3: Lipe

  • Meals only

Day 4: Lipe-Ao Nang

  • Oscar Pool Villa Krabi RM150/4pax

Day 5: Ao Nang

  • Longtail Boat to Railay Bay RM12/pax
  • Oscar Pool Villa Krabi RM150/4pax

Day 6: Ao Nang – Samui

  • Fuel RM116/4pax
  • Ferry to Samui RM94/4pax + 1 car
  • The Fisherman’s Chalet x2 night RM340/4pax

Day 7: Samui

  • Meals only

Day 8: Samui – Hatyai

  • Fuel RM116/4pax
  • Ferry from Samui RM94/4pax + 1 car
  • The Train Hotel RM200/4pax

Day 9: Hat Yai – besut

  • Fuel RM140/4pax
  • D’Muara One Challet RM80/4pax

Day 10 – Besut – Ayer Hitam

  • Fuel RM70

We collected money for meals among us, it just about RM300-/+ / 4pax in total.

Total of RM700/pax for 10 days road trip + boat & ferry including meals.

 

 

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