How has this resort rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Bamboo Hideaway Koh Mak
Travel Blogs from Koh Mak
... announced that there was a pea under the mattress. ( Petit pois, Judy). I suppose that she was right in that the springs were quite perky and the mattress had obviously seen many energetic nights. But another move in the morning? I slept fine after quite a long day. We'd only walked a few hundred yards in total but we seemed to have done a lot. I think that we really enjoyed all the different sights and experiences, and a thousand-odd kilometres by car, plane, bus, boat and ...
... pure luxury! Mum and i had a few massages and the others spent a lot of time in MBK shopping centre. One evening we went to Asiatique which is a really nice shopping complex with restaurants by the river. The second time we tried to go there the driver was getting super stressed with the heavy traffic and we had to stop at a random restaurant and get a taxi there when the traffic had calmed down. The way home from there was brilliant – Ryan, Ocean and I were in one ...
... and crannies. We had tea and some incredible milkshakes and juices siting on cushions on the floor around small tables right by the beach. The dog slept by the table and the cat sat on the bar and licked himself....he was ginger and it reminded me of Fred! And now it is off to bed as we start our teaching English as a foreign language and Thai lessons bright and early tomorrow morning (island time bright and early =9am). Raa-dtrii-sa-wat Jenna ...
... and we go for a Johnder up the beach in a southerly direction.
When we began our SE Asia wanderings we'd sit in a bar and invariably hear an Englsh voice. Before you knew it a simple enquiry "where are you from?" would lead to a few beers and a new friendship. Now it's mainly Russian with some German! French and Chinese. This end of the beach is no exception, even the menus are in Russian. We wait an age for ...
... is to some day come to america to study english. His younger brother is lso a monk at the same temple as he. He provided alot of information regarding the monks. One thing I forgot to mention I think, is that we got up at 5:00a.m. one morning and partook in the rice ceramony with the monks. You get cooked rice and biscutes and bananas and as they pass by on the street you put a pinch of rice and other items in their rice buckets. They do this every morning and that is ...