Tubtim Resort

Address: 13/15 Moo 4 Tambon Phe, Rayong, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 13/15 Moo 4 Tambon Phe, Rayong, is near Opium Museum, Koh Samet, Laem Mae Phim beach, and The Food Market....
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTubtim Resort Rayong

Reviewed by tripleg

tubtim ko samet

Reviewed Apr 24, 2011
by (5 reviews) London , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

great decent priced bungalows, great food, good beach

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TripAdvisor Reviews Tubtim Resort Rayong

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Rayong

Ko Samet

A travel blog entry by tripleg on Apr 24, 2011

3 photos

Leaving Ko Mak on an 8am speedboat, I have no idea why the travel info sold us this time, because our onward minibus wasn't until 11.30am, and the speedboat ride was 45 mins to the mainland. Almost certainly, the swine was on the make, do not be fooled by the smiles - they are as dishonest as anywhere else.

After killing time at Laem Ngob …

Breezy & Relaxation on Koh Samet!

A travel blog entry by worldtravelling on Jul 15, 2012

2 photos

... from Bangkok. It is about 3 hours by bus.

If you have a long weekend or just a weekend but prefer staying in quiet areas, maybe Koh Samet would be your perfect choice. Remember! You need to find the beach where has less people if you are looking for private and quiet beach.

My choice is Sang Thien Beach and I always stay at Sang Thien Beach Resort. The people there ...

Mosquitoes, Manti and Muay Thai

A travel blog entry by theharpers on Sep 17, 2011

2 comments, 13 photos

... strawberry flavoured. We had a great night, surrounded by sea, sand, fire shows and, of course, dogs. So great that James had an "early night".

The next morning we had to force ourselves out of bed to move to Jep's. We arrived and then it hit me that it may not be much better than our previous residence. For the 150 bahts extra per night we had a slightly better bathroom. It was an en-suite this time so no trekking across the terrace in the middle ...

It's Hard To Leave

A travel blog entry by jstright on May 17, 2011

1 comment

... sunning into the empty book store and stealing it from me. The rules are simple, two books for one or one book plus 100baht. Since my one book was free (Thanks Krist, or Rich I should say!!) this was only gonna cost me 100 baht, it's a photocopy, but I couldn't care about that, I just want to read it! Extremely content with my score, I head back to get changed for the beach. I intend to head back down to my secret spot, but Im feeling ...

Laying Low in a Bungalow

A travel blog entry by tomeverywhere on Jan 14, 2011

4 photos

... and it pains me to write it with such reduction; however, there’s been a lot of touching compliments over the past months regarding my blogging, and concerns of my whereabouts since it has ceased, so I’ll try to get back to it. I hope everyone’s holidays were great and that no one’s caught frost bite in the interim. Wishing you the best this western New Year, to my family and friends, some new and many older, but never forgotten.

PS - I’m still alive!