Bungalows, Rates & More
Fan Bungalow Rates
Fan Bungalows Queen size bed with fan, nice Balcony with Hammock, bench chair and Table etc.
High Season 750 Baht per night 10th October 2019 - 30th April 2020
Peak Season 950 Baht per night 10th December 2019 - 10th February 2020
Green Season 500 Baht per night 1st May 2019 - 9th October 2019
A/C Cottage Rates
A/C Cottages are a bit more spacious have a King size bed, and are equipped with Air Conditioning, a Fridge, 24" flat screen TV
High Season 1,100 Baht per night 10th October 2019 - 30th April 2020
Peak Season 1,500 Baht per night 10th December 2019 - 10th February 2020
Green Season 750 Baht per night 1st May 2019 - 9th October 2020
The Penthouse Rates
The Penthouse (no a/c) has twin double beds, ideal for families or threes and fours traveling, lovely Jungle view from the top. Fridge and a 24" flat screen TV.
High Season 1,200 Baht per night 10th October 2019 - 30th April 2020
Peak Season 1,600 Baht per night 10th December 2019 - 10th February 2020
Green Season 850 Baht per night 1st May 2019 - 9th October 2020
LITTLE EDEN is a small Resort, cute Bungalows, lovely Restaurant with good food and great coffee
All rooms have
- Tropical Jungle garden View
- Free high speed internet wifi in all rooms and throughout the premises, reception according to your device
- Best quality bed linen and towels
- Big Hammock
- Toiletries with soap and shampoo
- Safety Boxes
- Electric sockets
- Mosquito nets
- Private Stylish tiled bathrooms with Sinks and an elegant artwork
- Hot showers
- Western toilets
- Beach mat
The bungalows are equipped with Queen size beds with, fans. Each bungalow has its own balcony complete with a bench chair, and table.
The Cottages have a personal touch and are additionally equipped with air conditioning, Cable TV, a Fridge and a more spacious room and terrace and a King size bed. Each Cottage has its own balcony complete with a bench chair, and table.
The Penthouse (Large rustic House built on stilts) is something special and individual, occupies two to four, it has a Jungle/Garden View and the open Bathroom overlooks the Jungle behind the Resort.
Electricity/Water 24 hours / Mountain/rain stream water, softest shower you'll experience
All prices include service and 7% VAT excluding breakfast
Please note that we do not accept bookings for under 3 nights
All prices are subjected to change without prior notice
Make a reservation . . . how?
Use the Contact form on the Contact page to check Availability and to make a Reservation.
We welcome payments from Credit cards 2% surcharge and Paypal 4.4%
There are five ATM teller machines on Lonely Beach, 3 just down the lane.
Jungle Weather and LITTLE EDEN in the Green season
One of the advantages of living up next to the Jungle is the breeze coming down from the cool Jungle, our altitude is not significant but makes a big difference in temperature. You will experience the sounds of the Jungle here, so many insect noises such as the cicada*, bird and animal noises, in the green season you can hear the waves of the sea too. Look out for the bird sound mistaken by a cat, and the soft scream of eagles hovering above.
This insect is often mistaken for some kind of electronic tool or a siren, the insect is called a Cicada, it is able to make sustained tones, it is certainly worth a search in google or youtube. Many Thais love to eat these insects, even alive just rip their wings and legs off and in it goes, but usually they are deep fried. At market stalls you will find grass hoppers, skewered parson's noses, chicken's intestines or fried claws and more. . . . . maybe you are courageous enough to try some for yourself, very nutritious foods.
Weather on Koh Chang? Rain season, Rainy and Wet?
Many people have the opinion that Koh Chang is very wet and rainy in the low season. Until about a year ago there were no Weather stations on Koh Chang so no weather history was available, the nearest weather station is in Trat, so the weather history of Koh Chang came from Trat. Trat weather can be very wet, the rain clouds normally originate from the South China Sea then sweep over Vietnam and continue over Cambodia emptying lots of water then slides down the mountains to Trat which is at sea level, usually emptying the rest of rain in Trat, sometimes even reaches the 5km small stretch of sea between Laem Ngop and Koh Chang, but the sea and the high mountains of Koh Chang seem to stop the clouds, either they bounce away or evaporate. Of course there are exceptions. And when it rains on Koh Chang, it rains. In english there is a saying "it is raining cats and dogs", here it rains elephants too due to the name of the island of course.
High season weather
In the high season it rains almost never.
Thai Meteorological Department http://www.tmd.go.th/en/index.php
Winter or The cold season
Winter is from beginning of November till end of February, many people think is the hot season, but it is actually the cold season. Here the weather is stable, hardly ever rains and the sea is mostly calm as a fish pond. Of course there are exceptions, and David tries to give customers a relatively correct forecast for the day, or the week. The green season starts at the middle to end of April and ends about the beginning to middle of October. A cozy time to chill out and enjoy nature, Koh Chang shows it's true face. In Europe you would curl up in front of a fire, here it is nice to curl up in front of a fan.
The green season
The Green Season is better known by most people as the rain season, some years it can be wet green season some years it can be lovely with occasional rain, but heavy. Koh Chang is a young island for tourists, every year more and more people visit the island in the green season, there is so much unspoilt scenery.
The middle of April till May marks the hottest time in Thailand, but on Koh Chang it does not get hotter than 33 degrees, feels warmer though because of the humidity, in other parts of Thailand the temperature can rise to over 40 degrees which is uncomfortable because it is over ones own blood temperature so everything you touch is hot.
Between the end of April and August it usually rains on Koh Chang in the evening or night for an hour or so when it is dark or even in the morning but usually stops just after breakfast or should I say 10:00, this seems to be an accurate mile stone, if the rain does not stop by 10:00 then it might rain all day, but usually by 10:10 the sun is shining. Sometimes it can be fantastic weather for weeks with no rain, and sometimes it can rain for days.
September is supposed to be the wettest month, in August and September it can rain for days non-stop, even a week. Sometimes it can rain on and off for weeks but can also be sunny for two to three weeks non stop too. So unpredictable.
It is warm so if you are caught in the rain you are soon dry again. Every 7-eleven sell capes for 50 Baht, and LITTLE EDEN provides everybody with a personal umbrella.
The scenery in the green season is gob smacking, when it stops raining the mist folds in waves and ripples over the rain forest mountains, breathtaking scenes.
In the green season the tides are stronger, the sea is mostly rough but occasionally can also be calm, so snorkeling and diving can still be possible. The beaches can be very dangerous, there are Rip-tides which suck people out into the deep, if you ever get stuck in this situation swim out of the tide sideways, parallel to the beach. Nearly every year people have died on Koh Chang and Lonely Beach, usually due to lack of knowledge, or due to carelessness, and many times because of alcohol so please take care. Red flags are put up when swimming is forbidden.
Just before the Green season (about April) on Koh Chang tons and tons of sand are transported from the south to the north end of Beaches by an anticlockwise circular current, in July the sea starts to rotate in the opposite direction bringing the sand back again, by the end of August most of the sand has returned. If you stand in the sea it is unusual to experience the current pulling you sideways. So the South of Lonely Beach is stony for half the year and sandy for the other half.
There are still many activities such as snorkelling trips and some days even good for diving, but there are many other things to do like fantastic Cooking classes, trekking, fishing, or just motor-biking exploring the island, or just enjoy the jungle atmosphere and read a book, and some people like to be here and call it their Jungle Office, we have a fast internet connection accessible throughout the resort.
There is a very professional Dentist on Klong Prao "The Koh Chang Dentist Clinic", so if you need anything done we really recommend them, cleaning is just about 1,000 Baht. Speaks very good English and he just loves his job.
So all in all a trip to Koh Chang can be a low budget holiday and you would experience the Island at it's best, well it is a tropical rain forest!
About Koh Chang
Koh Chang is the third largest island of Thailand (largest island in the Ko Chang Marine Park archipelago), located on the Thai east coast 310 km away from Bangkok near the border to Cambodia in the Gulf of Thailand. The name means Elephant Island. Ko Chang was named for the elephant shape of its headland, although elephants are not indigenous to the island. It is a mountainous island and Khao Salak Phet is the highest peak of all at 744 meters. The island has several waterfalls, thriving coral reefs and rain-forests. The island has an area of approximately 217 square kilometers.
A little History about the little Island, the third largest Island in Thailand
Ko Chang was an unsettled island in the past but it is now important as a harbour for ships to escape from the monsoon, and dietary or fresh water resources, especially at Ao Salak Phet or Ao Salat which is well known to pirates, Hai Lam Chinese and Vietnamese.
The island is part of the Mu Ko Chang Marine National Park. During World War II, when Thailand was occupied by Japanese forces, Ko Chang was the scene of a naval battle between the reluctant Royal Thai Navy and a Vichy France squadron, in which the Thais were decisively beaten.
Until the mid-1980s the infrastructure on the island was undeveloped, but tourism has increased significantly since then.
Prior to World War II, Ko Chang was little known by anyone. During this period, the few families there made a living growing coconuts and fruit on the mainland. In January 1941, during the Japanese occupation, the Thai Navy fought the French in a battle in the waters to the south-east of Ko Chang. It was the French who were the victors after the Thai naval ship was sunk.
Nothing else happened to Ko Chang until the first backpacker foreigners started arriving on the back of local fishing boats in the mid-1970s. In 1982, Ko Chang along with surrounding area became part of the protected Mu Chang Marine.