Chen Sea Resort & Spa Phu Quoc
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
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Arrived at Chen sea spa resort yesterday around 3:30pm. Wonderful place , 36 villas jacuzzi , pool , sea view and beachfront . A great place to quietly relax by the pool , on the beach , or go snorkelling . Last 5 days of our mammoth holiday and I don't think we will live from our sunbeds ! Booked a massage treatment for an hour tomorrow .. The …
Otres Beach in southern Cambodia is a tourist beach with sling loads of foreign young people reveling, recovering in the morning and reveling yet again. We elderly folks, lacking dreadlocks and tattoos, were a minority group and though we are not prone to “party” in the aforementioned way, (when did party become a verb?) still made good use of the sun, sand and ocean. It is instructive to note that we, the aged, mostly had the place to ourselves in ...
So after Hoi An I boarded a flight for my first taste of Cambodia, first stop the beaches of the south to Sihanoukville and the more quieter beach called Otres. It was a bit of a long day to get there totalling 13 hrs, but my friends chad and Emily as well as Cristina and Michael were there to hang out with. I wasn't sure how long I'd spend there, as usual I only booked 2 nights so I could get outta there if I didn't like it ...
... Like all parts of Phu Quoc, development is coming to Sao beach. At least three new properties look like they are days away from opening. Our last stop before heading back to the hotel was a Buddhist pagoda. This time, we found the route in the first try (Beau wins that round). The pagoda was at the end of a brand new, nearly perfect concrete road up the hillside. This was a good chance to practice some cornering skills on the bike. Set in to the side of ...
The private car picked us up at 11.00am. It only cost us $60 which is so cheap as it took us nearly 4 hours to get to Phnom Penh. We stopped once where the dreaded squat made a return. All in all the journey was comfortable and much nicer than the bus and gets you there in half the time. We were early so had to wait for our check in to open. We were so lucky as the opened the gate just as we approached it so beat all the ...