Fang Lagoon revisited again

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Well I was fairly close to Fang last week (actually in Chiang Dao) so I decided to stop by and meet the 2 new escorts working at the Home Stay.  Soi wasn’t there but I did meet one of the new boys – Num (One). Here are some shots:  First  Khun May (owner), Eio and Num.











Num took me to see the Fang Hot Springs and naturally we had to soak a little.  I have a lot of photos from a earlier trip several years ago I took and will post then later. – beautiful place.  But here we are, or rather here’s  Num – I’m not worth photographing – ha ha:









Back to Home Stay and some shots of the local area:
























Now you know I will not show any photos of myself when there are such good looking boys there like Eio and Num – too bad Soi, Kla and the other boys weren’t here too.  Sorry Emy, I will get your photo in next time (Emy is the chef and is a vital member of the team).

And also what a great surprise, Zach, from the US was just ending his 3 day visit and told me the blog helped him choose Home Stay for his vacation and thought it was fabulous and definitely plans on coming back again.  Nice – maybe I can meet you there too.


3 thoughts on “Fang Lagoon revisited again”

  1. Thanks Frank.. That’s great!! Really appreciate your reply.. It sounds wonderful and your advice is along the lines of what I thought would be appropriate!! Can’t wait and will post again after my visit!! 🙂


    Your very welcome – hope you enjoy and looking forward to seeing your comments.

  2. Hi Frank and thank you for your great post. I just happened on the Home Stay blog via another friends comment. It sounds delightful and I would love to go up from Sydney on some time off in February. I’ve never stayed at this style of accom before and wondered if you could tell me what the tipping situation is here.I know it’s normally a couple of hundred baht or so tip for a massage in Bangkok, but is the price they quote considered an all inclusive price at the home stay?? I’d hate to do the wrong thing. I find the Thai people just wonderful and too polite to correct a mistake on my part, so would appreciate a bit advice. I will stay just on what you have said alone… Thanks Frank! 🙂

    Hi Dave Thanks for the comment – As for accommodations, the sleeping area is a net covered mattress in a bamboo hut with a enclosed, attached, private, outdoor toilet and bath – Traditional Thai. They haven’t installed central water heaters so for each shower, water is heated and added to a large basin and hand poured over you for rinsing. Wow is that a great relaxing time and like a king, totally waited on. Food is prepared Thai style with items grown on the site and freshly picked each day – Emy is a great cook. Tours of the local area and sites are available if you so wish.

    As far as tipping, I can only tell you what I have done on my visits to Home Stay. I usually tip the escort 1000 Baht as he was with me all day and night, and going with me on tours to local attractions, giving me massages and attending to my every need. and I give Emy a tip too for preparing such excellent meals – I hope this answers your questions and you enjoy your visit with them.

  3. Thanks for your interesting blog and great photos. I have been looking for somewhere to spend a few days in December/January when I visit Thailand. Everything looks good at the homestay. The link to their website does not work on my pc. Could you please provide some contact details so I can make a booking.

    Thanks for the comment, really appreciate it – I just posted an article about their website being down and they are not sure when it will be up and running again – You can reach them – Khun May, Phone +66 080 125 2509 or email at Hope this helps in the meantime.

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