Bedtime at 8.30.
The wife and I booked here to stay three nights. We only stayed two nights and left a night early.
The camp is in the middle of nowhere and without transport you are stuck there. We arrived by private car transfer.
It is true that the place is in a beautiful location with amazing views over the river.
On arrival we were shown to our tent and unpacked. The tent was well worn with the odd rip here and there. We were very disappointed to find that none of the window blinds could be secured. The tent had been stretched to make it taught but this made the window blinds too short. We did not complain at the time as the only solution was to move tent and we were not prepared to pack and unpack again.
I also noticed that the metal fan and the metal kettle were not electrically earthed. I realise that wiring standards vary from country to country, but this is potentially dangerous and an electric shock hazard.
The place was reasonably clean and the bed very comfortable. WIFI signal was very poor at the tent but did improve towards reception.
Food portions were generous, often very tasty but not authentic Thai. Our BBQ on the first night with the American Country music and BBQ pork kebabs was more like the US of A, rather than Thailand. However, it was nice to sit outside around a fire.
Second nights evening meal wasn’t as good as the first. I think only 4 tables dined so instead of a buffet, food was brought to each table. At around 8 pm most people had finished dining and a