Sunday, 24 July 2016

Koh Lanta in its low season vibes!

Good low season for a monsoon prediction,

Koh Lanta has been relatively well visited during this low season. We observe more and more shops around open.

Rain is certainly more present than our high season but travellers seem to like the slow pace of low season. We surprisingly meet more people riding on the streets or eating in restaurant. It feels that the island is still being an incontestable location to be visited due to its typical charm.

We all expats love to be in low season and live in a different life style! We have more free time to spend with our families and refreshing our lives.

I promise it is a perfect time if you're looking to meet true local villagers and an unforgettable travelling point for those who love to rest in peace.

If you need more information about what to do please send us an email to

Wednesday, 25 May 2016

Koh Lanta! Bridge comes to bride its island..

Hey Everyone!

Good to be back in our local Koh Lanta blog. We have so many news to bring to our daily readers.

First hope you haven't been waiting too long since our last post. Well! 2012 was the year of our new management and lost a bit the tracks on our social media. But we are back on will give weekly news.

We have seen so many changes around Koh Lanta. Some new restaurants, beach bars and a bridge to help both islands Koh Lanta Noi and Nai to just be one.

Everyone seems to be very happy about this bridge! It will help local people to reach their home faster and us expats to be closer to main land. After 3 years of construction  this bridge has been launched successfully on the last 22sd of April.

Many updates will come soon!


Blue Planet Team

Saturday, 28 April 2012

Tuesday, 24 April 2012

Children of the Forest Snorkelling Trip

For many years, the Children of the Forest Charity has been able to offer a holiday for the kids here, due to the generosity of the people on this island. Children of the Forest helps Burmese kids who have been displaced into Thailand and have no access to health care or schooling.
This year Blue Planet Divers are hosting the event, but this would not have been possible, without the help of many other organisations on the island: Niall and Christina, 2 guests of Blue Planet, kindly bought toys for the kids.
Big hugs to our friends at Go Dive for their generous donation of toys and providing Thai staff to help.

Go Dive Lanta are providing Thai Staff, small life jackets and Lot of goodies!!!

And finally big thanks to the Blue Planet Staff, for providing their services for free!