Thai Ayodhya Villas & Spa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThai Ayodhya Villas & Spa Lamai Beach
We stayed here over new year and found the place to be very well located, near the town and right on the beach. The reception staff were ok, not too friendly but efficient but the restaurant staff were very nice. The rooms were lovely although we had to request a room change due to a ridiculous amount of mould on the bathroom roof. That particular room was horrible and musty. Overall very nice.
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... different, people had removed all of the washed up debris and the sea was a vibrant blue against the beautiful white sand. It was mad to see Ryan, such a nice lad!
We started out NYE with some champers before dinner, a bit giddy we went to Wine Oasis a really beautiful restaurant next to our place recommended to us by one of the women at Palm Coco. This worked in our favour as we got free wine and Limincello shots! We ate incredible food, more Thai wine and the service ...
... IMHO. Samui does not have any airbridges etc, so we had the old steps down to the tarmac and into open sided arrival carts. We picked up our bags from the only bag carousel and took an extortionately priced (500 Bht) taxi to the hotel. Our first impressions of the room were, in a word, disappointing. Not because the room was nnot nice, it was. We were disappointed because we thought we had booked a villa with an upstairs ...
... that time. We went to the Secret Buddha Garden which was interesting to say the least. It consisted of statues of buddhas and animals in varying states of disrepair set in jungle. Very quirky and a little bit "Spooky" as Dame Edna would say!
From there we saw the Namuang Waterfall, followed by a visit to the Big Buddha and then onto Lamai Beach where we saw Hin Ta and Hin Yai Rocks (Grandpa and Grandma) which look like the male and female ...
... I was adamant that we should spend the night in one of the jungle hammocks, but Ferg quite rightly put a stop to this daft idea and we returned home on the back of a motorbike taxi.
Completing the trilogy of islands was Koh Tao, which turned out to be our favourite by some distance. We were led to believe it was the quietest of the three, which in some ways it was; there were some peaceful beaches to be found by exploring, but what ...
... that you could imagine with thousands of people centimetres apart but once you got closer to the sea it wasn't as crowded! With the various songs along the beach, party people from all over the world, amazing fireworks, cheap drinks, glow body paint, fire lights and each other we had a great night leaving at the perfect time before the well known danger parts of the part and agreed that it was the best New Year countdown moment we have ever had! On our last day here ...