Seabreeze Hotel Kohchang
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- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsSeabreeze Hotel Kohchang Ko Chang
Cleans, spacious and near to everything. Towels changed every day rooms nice and clean.
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Travel Blogs from Ko Chang
I did lots of coughing during the night and now my ribs are aching. We breakfast and John tests his stomach with an egg and bacon roll, this is on the edge of being too much for his system, but we'll see...
We call in at Max’s to collect our tickets - it seems we also got a 100 Baht discount each! We go back to our digs so John can take …
... best idea. Off we went back down the mountain. It was an amazing drive. Marty and Renzo were panicking about how much petrol they had so I left them behind. So much fun and a long straight road to leave the park where you can get some speed up.
After a delicious burger for dinner, we had an early night. We were heading to Phnom Penh the next day and so watched a film on TV in bed.
On our last morning in Kampot we dropped our bikes off in town and went for breakfast at ...
... really what we came travelling to see. Instead, we chose to visit Ko Chang because it is supposed to be less developed than many other islands and often overlooked. The island is meant to be secluded but we found that it was still quite busy with tourists.
We stayed in the area of Klong Prao which is between the main resort area of White Sandy Beach, and the main backpacker area of Lonely Beach; as it turned out this was a ...
... The waterfalls are nestled in a lushly forested gorge and although it is the dry season the waterfalls put on a beautiful display as the water cascades down several levels. The water is warm and clean after making its way from high in the Cardamon Mountains where there are very few human settlements. The main inhabitants to the waterfall appear to be monkeys.
This area is one of the more isolated locations in Cambodia ...
... scene approached us and told us what had happened. There was nothing we could do to help so continued on to Ta Tai. As we pulled up at this tropical river oasis I wondered whether this was what the young New Zealander was coming to see. He was only four kilometres away from seeing this jungle river paradise. A half hour boat trip had us moored at the 4 Rivers Floating Eco Lodge. We were welcomed by Adonis, the Assistant Manager who said he had the ...