Health Oasis Resort

26/4 Moo 6, Bangpo beach, Ko Samui, 84330, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 26/4 Moo 6, Bangpo beach, Ko Samui, is near Flight of the Gibbon - Treetop Adventure, Sunday Market, National Elephant Institute, and Mae Ping River.
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    Travel Blogs from Ko Samui

    Elephant Mahout for the day

    A travel blog entry by harwoodjones on May 15, 2014

    5 photos

    ... He concluded by saying that he knows that many westerners don't like seeing this devices but he said it's been part of their culture for thousands of years, and should we say to a mahout to not use it, it would be the equivalent of saying to a westerner to stop eating burgers - a very fair comment if I ever heard one. The machete if for the trainer to use to cut food down for them because they're fussy creatures and like their food cut up small despite being ...

    Year End - New Year Happenings

    A travel blog entry by miss_pat on Feb 14, 2014

    2 comments, 52 photos

    ... to receive something they obviously were needing. However, that wasn't always seen here in this village - but certainly down on the border the kids don't receive as much and are very grateful.

    It's been interesting watching how the locals deal with the change of seasons. Of course they think it's very cold - and rug up accordingly. Apparently it has been a particularly long and cooler cool season than usual - which we are particularly grateful for! Cool ...

    Group market shopping, hot pot dinner

    A travel blog entry by abbyinthailand on Jan 24, 2014

    7 photos

    ... on the stove that has a griddle where we cooked mushrooms, chicken, and pork. There were also sauces to add to our own individual meals. This meal was very much like last night except dessert was a new fruit called durian and another that Dan bought in the market called lychee. Durian has a pudding like consistency and smells sulfurous, but I thought the taste was actually pretty good. Lychee looks like it should not be ...

    Babies Breath.

    A travel blog entry by kellyinthailand on Jan 15, 2014

    3 photos

    ... when working in the fields and develope large kidney stones that they are unable to pass with out surgical intervention. In the communities Thai farmers turn to local community healers and turn to the over crowded government hospitals as a last resort. As a result of this the stones are often quite large and painful by the time of admission. We went to the operating room and changed into scrubs and OR flip flops (of course?). We observed the renal doctor as he worked to break up ...


    A travel blog entry by tmerrien on Jan 03, 2014

    8 photos

    ... br>
    The sticks were numbered and mine was number 17. The number corresponded with a piece of paper on the far wall which was similar in style to a western horoscope.

    The final step was to take the piece of folded paper (which it turned out wrapped a small square of gold leaf) and stick the leaf to the hands of the statue in the middle of the inner sanctum.

    The statue was not a Buddha statue, it was of the founding father of the ...