Patong Bayshore Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
Photos of Patong Bayshore Hotel
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Patong Bayshore Hotel
Travel Blogs from Patong
... came time to cook the curries my husband's Peneng was so strong we were all coughing from the chili, it's all part of cooking I guess, even the locals were coughing when they came in, and of course my nose runs as that is what it does when I eat hot food.
You can buy Pums books at 899 baht and I got herto sign them, yay.
Walked up to Jungceylon around 2:30 and thankfully the rain had just stopped to get the parents a travel pillow from the big ...
... was a small "market" set up on the dock so we did go down to check out the local merchandise and pick up a few souvenirs. Also available at the market was internet time for sale at a reasonable cost, $3.00 US for unlimited time. I think it was unlimited time as it was the slowest internet connection ever and I kept getting knocked out but it was still worth doing as Al and I got connected and caught up with e-mail and news. Even in the shade it was sweltering ...
... Sopita, a ferry ride to Koh Samui, a plane ride to Phuket and an eventual some sort of ride to Patong beach, we finally be there.. LEmme tell you guys about the airport in Koh Samui: like a something you'd see in movies. It was an outdoor airport, with thatched roofs and wicker chairs at the gate. The entire airport was outdoors overlooking hills of green trees. The grass was perfectly landscaped and expensive boutiques lined the street to the gate. It was like nothing ...
... on the one site. Each building was decorated with amazing gold statues and pillars. There was a monk praying in one, and many people giving offerings and praying in another. The third one was being closed when we arrived but a sneak peak showed lots of golden statues inside. Unlike a lot of Phuket the gardens were perfectly manicured. There was also more stray dogs here than everywhere else we have been! Presumably they enjoy the food offerings left by worshipers. ...
... Thai army helmet ( maybe for the bus ride home ?) but the shop owner is having lunch and isn't interested in a couple of Farangs high on caffeine.
We stroll aimlessly back to the pick up site, via the fresh food markets. The smell is more than a little off putting, but Dale covers his nose while we sit on a grimy bench to rest my aching knee. Eventually after a little debate on navigation we find the pick up spot and head back to Patong, via roads I've never been on before. I feel ...