Seabreeze Hotel Kohchang
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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
... time to order that banana shake! And get half a charge in my computer! The candles and lanterns appeared, the family that runs this place is prepared. They are used to working with no lights or power. I notice the mom in the kitchen cooking up some delights in her gas powered wok with a head lamp on her head. Resourceful. I had an excellent Penang curry by candlelight. The music and party seemed to have taken a break today from what I hear. Let's see what a days rest and Tommorow will ...
... a try. The margarita was so good that we tried the long island iced tea as well (B200 = £4 per bucket). The whole place comes alive at night with food on the beach, life music and a fire show. We really enjoyed Koh Samet, it's a great place.
Next stop - Koh Chang. After a ferry back to land, a bus journey and a ferry to the next island, we were finally in Koh Chang (second largest island in Thailand). Our accommodation was far from the main road ...
... At Andoung Teuk, go to the restaurant with blue pillars, 50 m east of the bridge. In the restaurant, you will see an information desk to help you continue to Chi Phat. You might either take a 2 hr slow, scenic boat ride or a 45 mins rough and dirty ...
... As a result, Marty and I spent the whole day in various cafes reading and writing blogs and journals. Quite a nice way to spend a day. It was a pretty lazy day and not much happened that evening either. I went to bed pretty early, still not feeling great.
On our final day in Kampot, Marty, Renzo and I got some bikes and successfully made it to Bokor National Park. The roads were amazing, smooth tarmac winding slowly up the hill, with views over Kampot out to the sea. ...
... to shoulder with Bear Grills in the British SAS before transferring to the French Foreign Legion where he was mentored by the famous French soldier, Grilled Frommage, who was recognised for his bravery during the beach battle of Phaic Tan, where many of his platoon where severely burnt.
Armed with a few essential supplies Battery Boy and Rialto set off to explore the jungle. They immediately found the ...