Fair House Beach Resort & Hotel

Address: 124-124/1-2 Moo3, Ko Samui, 84320, Thailand | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 124-124/1-2 Moo3, Ko Samui, is near Big Buddha Temple (Wat Phra Yai), Grandmother and Grandfather Rocks (Hin Yai / Hin Ta), and Samui Snake Farm.
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      Travel Blogs from Ko Samui

      Koh Phangan

      A travel blog entry by davetrez007 on Nov 04, 2014

      5 photos

      ... find Loz; this should be fun. Based on his text, he should have been here before us. This is Loz however, so he could be in South Africa for all we know. Like a dissapointing game of Where's Walley, we find him straight away. Time to head out and see what these buckets are all about. Ideal little night out topped off with crisps and kebabs - buzzing for the full moon party ...

      Marine National Park

      A travel blog entry by nlmiller55 on May 07, 2014

      ... Plus we was now sweating from the heat.

      Back on the boat and we was taken back around the final edge of national park before speeding back to Koh Phangan where the waves had become choppy so it was a bumpy ride.

      It had been a great day out and something we were glad we did. We got some great photos. We wouldn't recommend paying the extra for kayaking but the rest was wonderful to see

      Nathan & India x

      Koh Tao

      A travel blog entry by lucieandiuri on Mar 12, 2014

      536 photos

      ... here, especially if you are on a two/three weeks vacation from work. Ideally, you would rent a quiet bungalow overlooking the beach, start your day with breakfast before grabbing your snorkels or diving gear for a morning session, then after lunch, laze on the beach, take a boat trip around the island, go for a walk at sunset, shop for some souvenirs, have a massage, and dine in style again with a million dollar view, all for MUCH less than it would cost in Europe, Australia even ...

      Ignorant Ivan and larging it in Samui

      A travel blog entry by davepage35 on Jan 14, 2014

      2 comments, 4 photos

      ... of siem reap , chaweng has been a little of a culture shock.. Having said that the hotel we stayed at was the best ( and costliest) so far and the beach was magic.. The food was great ( barracuda for me and squid for Aileen) . And actually it was with a little reluctance that we had to leave ( no room at the inn for " Mary and Joseph ") . Samui is pretty busy at the moment as it's high season anyway and plus the fact that people are avoiding Bangkok ...

      Tropical Xmas and NYE

      A travel blog entry by sileas on Jan 01, 2014

      20 photos

      ... to organize an memorable New Year's Eve Party with a big buffet and dance performances.

      Beach only is boring, so luckily the island is quite big and it was worthwhile to rent a scooter for a few days. There is also an immigration office, which came in handy as I could get my visa extension done there too. Positive conclusion: Koh Samui might be full with hotels and tourists, but you can still experience "real" Thailand there.