Welcome to... Sukorn Andaman Resort,
tucked right along the middle of Ban Koh Beach on Sukorn Island, looking west.
From the breezy shade of your bungalow veranda, or perhaps from the comfort of your favorite chair on the beach,
enjoy some of the most spectacular sunsets on the Andaman coast, in a relaxed, peaceful environment.
With only three small resorts on this kilometer long beach, the atmosphere is definitely quiet and casually relaxed. And these three beach bungalow establishments are pretty much the sum total of tourist accommodation on the island. First time visitors arriving from the more hectic environments of other nearby tourist destinations are often heard to comment on the quiet, relaxed pace here on Sukorn Island. And no wonder! Larger scale, fast-paced industrial tourism seems to have given this place a miss.
First time visitors to Sukorn Andaman Resort often come for a night and stay for a week. Or perhaps longer. This can be a place that’s hard to leave. Many of the guests are "long stay", arriving in December and staying until the weather warms back home. Almost everyone is a "repeat" visitor. It’s hard to find a more relaxed atmosphere, a more beautiful setting.
Resort managers Sam and Rona and their friendly staff have a knack for making their guests feel comfortably at home in a relaxed,
casual atmosphere. Head cook Jai and her competent kitchen staff can speedily create gourmet meals,
beginning with an extensive breakfast menu (included in the room rate).
They also offer an impressive list of Thai dishes, often including fresh daily, locally caught seafood prepared exactly as you wish.
We have 20 rooms 2 style Deluxe 20 rooms, Bungalow 10 rooms 1 House and 2 rooms
for Family 5 Houses in rooms we has hot shower air con or fan we have internet and free Wi-Fi.
:: Superior Fan ::
:: Superior with AC and Fan ::
:: Deluxe Fan ::
:: Deluxe with AC and Fan Beachfront ::
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When you can finally pry yourself away from the beach, a walk,
bike ride or motorbike trip into one of the four villages will provide
a chance to observe truly traditional ways of island life.
Watch as the rice farmers complete their rice harvest, largely by hand,
and replant with watermelon for the dry season.
Or look in on families laboriously preparing sheets of latex from their rubber plantation,
or fishermen overhauling their nets for the next nights fishing.
Wherever you go, you’ll be greeted with welcoming smiles and perhaps a friendly attempt at conversation.