Paradee Resort & Spa Hotel

Address: 76 Moo 4, Koh Samet, 21160, Thailand | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on 76 Moo 4, Koh Samet.
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      Travel Blogs from Koh Samet

      Seeing 2015 in, in flames!

      A travel blog entry by tullulah on Dec 28, 2014

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      ... to see her being amazed and surprised by things in Thailand that I'm so used to now - the incredible pure fruit smoothies that you can have made in front of you for approximately 30p... and the delicious plates of Thai food you can eat on a small table with kids chairs (outside a laundromat) for around the same price. Seeing a woman with a baby, dog and her washing on a motorbike, or barefoot men doing maintenance work on a roof top with... you guessed ...

      Musings on the human body

      A travel blog entry by tkerrone on Feb 23, 2014

      ... a what is on the inside. Unfortunately, I can't know the "story" that each person walking on the beach brings with them to Thailand. Last night we noticed an elderly couple walking on the beach. He was stooped over and she walked slowly and deliberately. Their human bodies are no longer young and agile. Don and I both noticed them and said that when we got to their age we would probably not go to an island like this. Then this ...

      From 10,000 hellos to one final goodbye!

      A travel blog entry by sophie-rich on Oct 24, 2012

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      A defining feature of our whole trip has been the way in which people along the roadsides have responded to to us hurtling (or often, meandering) past. This is particularly the case with kids. In Thailand, perhaps due to having a higher number of foreigners, or falang, most do not really react although we do hear a couple of shouts and certainly when we stop at a roadside eatery people are more interested and will often engage in conversation - usually to find out where we are from and what ...

      Queues, boats and barbacues

      A travel blog entry by dominicpenney on Oct 01, 2012


      Siem Reap to Bangkok to Koh Samet was the next venture and also the last substantial leg of travelling for South East Asia, before we headed down under. With essentially a week spare, we decided to have a lazy five days on the beach at Koh Samet. Just a few hours of riding the bus to contend with. The bus to Bangkok was a pain. The journey was said to take anywhere between 7 and 10 hours. Door to door it took 14 hours!! The bus rides themselves were fine, it was the ...

      Man on Fire

      A travel blog entry by turnernz on Jun 18, 2012

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      ... white angel wings and a golden crown above them. It was all a bit too much for we two young men, in stark contrast to the remainder of the all male audience who were lapping it up. A few even approached the stage to put pieces of paper with presumably phone/room numbers into the hands of the young performers. Eye opening (watering) stuff...From the show we moved onto a deserted bar up the road where Shelley - with some dance/harmony support from Leyla - blasted out ...