Golden Sand Beach Resort
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Spent the morning travelling to Sihanoukville by bus which took approx 4 hours. Then checked into hotel which was nice and went for lunch. The afternoon was rather wet so just went for a little walk around. Went for group evening meal and then to bar for some cocktails. Day 2 - This was a free day, and so had a lie in then went and spent the …
The morning after the Full Moon party I'm up early enough to catch the dregs at the breakfast buffet and the first footage coming out of tsunami. Between bites of greasy eggs and bacon, I watch the TV with sidewards glances at a nearby table, a middle-aged couple and their three nubile daughters. Samui is full of daughters.
I take another …
Lamai beach is not the most tranquil place to swim on Samui. It can be downright rough, and when I took my first dip I was plowed by a measly three-foot wave. It's not pleasant having gravelly sand flushed into your shorts.
A few hours later I heard about Phuket, Koh Phi Phi, Krabi, and the tsunami that had ripped these places apart. …
We spent the next few days relaxing by the pool and on the beach. Our hotel was lovely, right on the beach. However it was 10 minutes walk along the beach into the centre of Lamai, it didn't really bother us as we enjoyed the walks along the beach but maybe next time we'd stay actually in the centre, possibly at the Golden Sands Beach resort! In …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGolden Sand Beach Resort Lamai Beach
We went here for the yearly Songkran Festival where they had a evening's of entertainment on such as music, traditional Thai dancing, Thai boxing and fire dancing.
We had a good night for the Thai's New Year with everyone in high spirits
Set right on the beach front, Golden Sanit is one of Krabi's most expensive hotels.
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