If you want to escape from the crowds, don't have much money and don't care too much about comfort, then look no further than the Sukhorn Paradise Resort.
This tiny resort occupies its own beach and faces west, so gets great sunsets. The accommodation is set back 20 metres from the beach, with the gap in between occupied by exotic tropical trees.
These add dappled shade to the setting, and enhance the tropical atmosphere. The restaurant here serves a limited menu, and most people will find a motorbike necessary, not just to get out and find something to eat, but also because the resort is so small that it's good to get out and about at least once a day.
The narrow concrete road back from the resort to the rest of the island is perfectly safe, even for relatively inexperienced motorcyclists. There is a bar here, and bacon is served with breakfast (both things not to be taken for granted, on a muslim island).
In the evening, most people grab a beer and hang out in one of the beachfront open-sided huts, which are covered in comfy cushions and particuarly attractive at night.
There are no computers, internet, kayaks, tvs or loud bars here. The resort staff are very friendly and helpfull. The showers have only one tepid temperature, and electricity only runs from 6pm to 6am, but you don't realy need it for any longer than that.
These units are the only ones in this resort with comfortable spring beds. While they aren't anything to write home about, they are clean and comfortable.
These units have rock-hard beds - if you can put up with them, these bungalows aren't a bad choice.
These units sleep four people. Children are likely to compain about the beds, which are only a little more comfy than sleeping on a concrete floor covered by a towel.
The above rates are net per room per night, inclusive of service charge and exclusive of breakfast.