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Getting to Ariyasomvilla

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Hello, will be staying for 5 nights at Ariyasomvilla. I have some concerns about getting there from the airport. Our flight arrives at 11.35 pm (if all goes well). I have read some reviews about difficulty finding this hotel and am a little worried about doing so at midnight or later. Wondering if we should stay at the airport that night and move on to the hotel the next day. Anyone been there and have any input? Thank you.

Also wondering where to spend the initial 2 days we have before moving to Koh Lak for 5 nights. Would like to see Railay Beach but am concerned about travel time to Koh Lak. We could fly to Krabi or Phuket from our stay in Bangkok. Any thoughts? Thank you.

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