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ASA stands for Asian Sustainability Academy and Lanta is the tropical island we are located. It's a big name that reflects our passion. In reality ASALANTA is a little earthen village in a bamboo forest, hidden away in the valley with a surrounding...more
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Mai Keaw Cave Road | Ko Lanta Yai, Ko Lanta 81150, Thailand
Asalanta is a wonderful little sanctuary surrounded by bamboo trees located in the middle of Koh Lanta.
Don’t be discouraged by the location it is only a short 20min ride from the west or east coast. Also it is a great way to see the...More
Asalanta is a wonderful eco-friendly and sustainable earthen village in the heart of Koh Lanta. Though finding Asalanta is an adventure, clear signs guided us all the way. We stayed in a bamboo-clay Thai hut created by the owners Anke and Aoi. They are passionate...More
It was wonderful to discover Asa Lanta away from the beach resorts in the jungle of Ko Lanta. Beautiful earth-built village with a peaceful 'teahouse' and amazing treehouse. Kids loved it and Anke, gorgeous Asa and their team were generous hosts. The coconut coffee and...More
This place is very hard to find, the road is very rough and not much once you get there. Might be OK for hippies, not for us.More
Date of experience: September 2018
ASALANTAkrabi, Owner at ASALANTA, responded to this reviewResponded 27 September 2018
We appoligize for any unpleasant experience. Right now in the rainy season it is difficult to up keep the dirt roads, jungle and buildings. We would love to welcome you back in a few months and meet you in person, we are sure you'll get...More
We came to Asalanta to get away from the boring Songkran chaos that you find across Thailand at that time of the year, but we can't wait to find the time to go back when ever that might be. Anke and Aoi are amazing hosts....More
After reading the fantastic reviews, we knew that we had to visit Asalanta during our time on the island. We were very impressed with the place itself oand the clear hard work that has gone into it! We were looking forward to learning a little...More
Date of experience: June 2018
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ASALANTAkrabi, Owner at ASALANTA, responded to this reviewResponded 4 June 2018
Thank you for your honest and positive review even though you were a bit disappointed. We are teaching the girls English so have hopes that will improve their interaction.
Apologies for not meeting you, it is the low season period we can take time for...More