Plenty of frogs accompany you at the top of this cliff. Lush palm groves and tropical trees overhang hill side pathways, skirting Kan Tiang Bay. This is the highest viewpoint over KanTiang Bay and also has the added bonus of a spectacular view from the cliff top towards the '5 Fingers' rock formation out to sea. Hamocks under bamboo structures to relax, eat and drink were the ideal way to take in the tranquility. Our first room was a bamboo shack under the vegetation set back from the hill side. A number of creepy crawlies kept us company, with the welcome absence of Mosquitoes. There was a cooling sea breeze which I guess drove them off. The night we arrived, a huge sword fish was brought out and laid on ice to be filleted for the BBQ. Although it was caught locally and stored well, it wasnt looking particularly fresh, cloudy eyes and discoloured flesh. We opted for smaller whole fish which had been brought up the hill by the young boy fisherman that afternoon. We moved rooms after the first night to a concrete self contained room with onsuite, balcony and large bedroom. Tiled throughout it was clean and cool. Cheap too. We hired a moped and toured the island, exploring other resorts, laneways and dirt tracks. I spent one day snorkelling with a spear gun that the hostel owner lent to me. Didnt catch a thing apart from a wicked sun burn. Next time i'll wear a tshirt. Beautiful snorkelling along the bottom of the cliff. Lots of lovely colorful fish. Although we didnt spend much time there, the hostel was good. Nothing spectacular but a welcoming vibe, nice bar, friendly crowd, cheap rooms, and best of all the views! Worth a stay just to see these.