Grand Sea View Hotel

Address: 175/4 Moo 3, Ang Thong, Koh Samui, Surat Thani Province, Thailand | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 175/4 Moo 3, Ang Thong, is near Angthong National Marine Park, Lamai Beach, Chaweng Beach, and Discovery Dive Centre.
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        Travel Blogs from Ang Thong

        Khao Sok, the legend continues

        A travel blog entry by elgatofuerte on Jan 28, 2015

        28 photos

        ... drums, and connected by plank walkways. There was running water, a generator for electricity at night, and the majesty of the jungle in every direction. All in all, not a bad place to hang your hat at the end of the day. We got there around 3 and had a few hours before our dusk boat safari, so Jaclyn and I took out the kayak for a bit and did some island hopping. I jumped in the lake at one point, but Jaclyn made a totally uncalled for "Lake Placid" joke, and ...

        Ang Thong National Marine Park

        A travel blog entry by mark_deb on Apr 18, 2014

        12 photos

        Today we boarded a speedboat from Petcherat Pier to visit Ang Thong. Our first stop was Wau Island where we snorkelled. The fish and coral were amazing in colour and so plentiful. We spent about half an hour here. Our next stop was Sam Sow Island for kayaking. This was truly amazing as we kayaked under the ledge of the limestone rock. There are caves in this rock but it depends on the ...

        If it weren't for seasickness, I would be a pirate

        A travel blog entry by nicolealicia301 on Feb 16, 2014

        Spent the whole day out at sea and even though it's been almost two hours off the water, I'm about to sit down to dinner now and still feeling very rocky/woozie! Woof! We took a fairly large vessel out about 1.5 hours to these nature preserve islands, incredibly stunning!! (See photo ;) 40 small islands are a part of the preserve in the Gulf of Thailand. We pulled off onto a beach and kayaked around the island, saw a cave. The wind was so wild ...

        Ang thong national park tour

        A travel blog entry by georgeadams1991 on Jan 03, 2014

        9 photos

        Booked a tour on Orion cruises to the nearby clusters of dramatic limestone islands, similar to those of halong bay. After a 2 1/2 hour slow boat ride there (told it would be 1 hour). First stop was snorkelling for half hour, then onto kayaking from one island to another where we hiked up some steep steps to the top for a viewpoint over a ...

        Overnight bus journey to Koh Phangan

        A travel blog entry by faraway-fantasy on Nov 16, 2013

        ... the bus, the lights were turned out and we did manage to get some sleep in. At around 2am I was woken by cold water dripping on my arm: our air con was leaking too. It quickly became clear that this was not a confined problem as water began dripping out all around us and there was a few mad moments as people all around scrambled in the dark to try and swap seats and avoid the drips. One girl even ended up sitting in the aisle at the back as her seat was so ...