Tusita Resort & Spa

Address: 259/9 Moo 1, Chumphon, 86220, Thailand | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 259/9 Moo 1, Chumphon.
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      Off to the beach again. .....eventually!

      A travel blog entry by offonourown2 on Nov 19, 2014

      25 photos

      ... too! However, we all knew there was no way we were going to make that ferry. Even if we had not broken down there was only a half hour wait at the ferry port so no way could the driver make up the 3 hours lost time.

      As we got going again we received a message from bus HQ that the driver was going to make a stop for everyone to have lunch and the bus company were paying as an apology for the delays.
      Wow! a bus company that takes responsibility when things go ...

      Thailand - Chumphon

      A travel blog entry by thailand_dream on Sep 25, 2014

      21 photos

      ... not running. Chumphon is a nice little town. While it has everything you need, an Ocean shopping mall, a really good night market and a nice public park, all within walking distance from the main hub, actual attractions are at a minimum within the town itself. You really need to hire a bike and explore the province under your own steam. Most people that travel through Chumphon are overnighters, making a pit stop before going to the many islands off the coast here, including Koh ...

      Paradise Found

      A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on Apr 10, 2014

      7 photos

      ... a mosquito net on the ceiling. They did add a fan to the mix later that evening. I was offered an upgrade at 1.5 times the price, but since my hut was already setting me back 17 euros a night I decided not to go for it. You pay for the location on Koh Kradan. And this is where it gets better (you were wondering, right?). Koh Kradan is possibly the nicest little island you can imagine. With whole stretches of beach to yourself and ...

      Eat, Swim, Sleep, Repeat.

      A travel blog entry by walkerpub on Jan 17, 2014

      11 photos

      ... by my friend Jack Renner, who pulls that card out when dealing with service staff; it’s a fine technique for negotiating without subscribing to being pushy, which should always be the last resort (so to speak), esp. with Thais who tend to avoid conflict. Our spotless upgraded accommodations featured sliding glass doors with private patio and loungers, three feet from a huge, refreshing pool. It was the perfect retreat from the noise and heat of the ...

      Day 71 - Arriving in Ko Tao

      A travel blog entry by costin on Dec 09, 2013

      2 photos

      ... wait wouldn't be too bad, because there were deck chairs and it was sunny. It was almost like spending 6hrs on a beach - which clearly isn't much of a hardship! When we finally boarded the ferry however, it was a different story. As soon as the ferry started moving, we both felt terrible. Clearly we weren't cut out for catamarans, as this happened in Macau too. This time, our roles were reversed though, as Kim got to sleep quick enough to stop it being an issue. I, on ...