Dusit Buncha Resort

Address: 31/3 Moo 1, Sairee Rd, Ko Tao, 84360, Thailand | 4 star inn
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This 4 star inn, located on 31/3 Moo 1, Sairee Rd, Ko Tao, is near Koh Nang Yuan, Island Cruises, and Rocky Bay.
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      Travel Blogs from Ko Tao

      10 meters, 18 meters, 30 meters, Let’s DIVE!

      A travel blog entry by vincentteschel on Nov 15, 2014

      98 photos

      ... 8217;t so bad. I will do it again most likely but may try the second class dorm method to save money and get another new experience. We arrived at 5:30 am to Chumphon and waited to take a bus to board the Lomprayah ferry/speedboat to take me to Ko Tao.

      I originally had planned on taking my diving certification in Phuket, Thailand on the West Coast because I had a few acquaintances there, but after talking with Liam in Bangkok, he recommended a great place in ...

      From the West coast to the East Coast

      A travel blog entry by andiontheroad on Nov 04, 2014

      2 comments, 15 photos

      It was time to move on, but I didn't yet want to leave this beautiful island. I wanted to find a nice, secluded spot at the sea where I could relax for a few days and have a bit of quiet.

      A bungalow was the ideal solution to this problem. So I packed up my stuff in the morning and left the hostel in search of just such a place. I should be cheap as well, which was a bit of a problem, until I ran into Clive. An short, ...

      From Koh Toa to Penang

      A travel blog entry by workerant on Sep 12, 2014

      6 photos

      We left Koh Toa after an amazing week of seeing the island life and creatures below the sea but now the real adventure begins! We first got the lomprayah or catamaran across to Chumporn where we were all herded into a Lomprayah coach (it's a big business!) to the train station and there we waited. We were quickly acquainted with a lovely old Thai lady who was very insistent on sharing her food which just appearing but we ...

      Long term living

      A travel blog entry by roaming_edwards on Apr 28, 2014

      11 photos

      ... you!'. Spen has seen there is lots of work for him out this way. It's these kind of things that make somewhere home like. It's been hard, being static, being in that 'on holiday, but not holidaying' phase. But I won't deny, doing the school run with a jungle on one side and the ocean on the other has it's appeal! Tonight is our last night. We head off to Samui tomorrow, a more built up island with international schools and hospitals, a tesco etc. We actually ...

      Taking the Plunge!

      A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Apr 08, 2014

      10 photos

      ... a long tail boat which brought us to the dive boat. Once on the boat, we met Pete, who would also be helping us through our course with Sam. We had to set up and dismantle our scuba gear 5 times to make sure we knew how to do it properly and safely. We also had to learn how to put weights on the weight belt for us to help with buoyancy. Sam gave us a briefing in the skills we would be learning that day and then we headed out into chest high water. Here we practiced many ...