Very nice cottages along the beach (although separated by a small road) with a small but very good restaurant. Food is fairly priced, but some drinks are excessively expensive. It's a family business and in strong contrast with the huge decadent luxurious resorts along the coast. Therefore I don't see the prices as a problem, the money goes into their pocket and not into the one of an investor somewhere else. The huts are simple but very cosy and clean. They provide everything one needs on a tropical island. The nights are cool enough so a fan is more than sufficient. The lady of the house was very friendly. She even provided (very efficient) first aid after an unpleasant yellyfish encounter of the third kind. Be careful to travel to the island with plenty of cash. While there are several ATMs on the island, none of them accepted any of my cards (and there were re people in the same situation). Using the Passai Cottages motorbike I tried every single ATM, without any luck. The people at Passai were too friendly and even offered us free water and offered to round down our restaurant bill. We would have liked to enjoy more fruit shakes on the island, but unfortunately our cash did not allow for it.
Great place, if you're looking for a quiet beach with a nice cottage a vey pleasant people, look no further.More
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