We stayed at the Alama Sea View Resort (see review elsewhere). Kantiang is a sleepy little village, but has everything you need (including the essential 7/11!). It is situated at one end of a pretty little bay, which although having rocks along much of it, if you swim at high tide, these are not a problem. There are plenty of great eateries - one in the village that was excellent was Kantiang Kitchen. We also found some other places at the other end of the bay up on the hill (you really need a scooter or tuktuk, etc to get there), overlooking the bay, with great sunset views (and fantastic, cheap! food). We hired a scooter for a couple of days (we were there for 7 nights), and went across to the Old Town, which was very cute, lovely restaurants out on the water on sticks, as well as to explore the other beaches. This was a bit disappointing as we found it difficult to access many of them, and then found there wasn't any services of any kind on the beach (it was really hot, so we were looking to get out of the sun). We did eventually find one place open, and could sit in the shade and swim there (the beach was beautiful). We also headed down to the National Park, but decided against paying the 200Bhat per person (+another 20 for the bike) to enter.
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