Le Vimarn Cottages & Spa

Address: 40/11 Moo 4, Tambol Phe, Amphur Muang, Koh Samet, 21160, Thailand | 4 star resort
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This 4 star resort is located on 40/11 Moo 4, Tambol Phe, Amphur Muang, Koh Samet.
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    Travel Blogs from Koh Samet

    Koh Samet

    A travel blog entry by heidilockwood on Oct 08, 2013

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... the bikes as most Thai people, at least we were all able to laugh at how horrendous we all looked and felt. After our disastrous drive, we reached a beautiful little resort called Ao Pakarang, where we ate pad Thai (noodles) while overlooking the secluded beach. So really it wasn't all bad. Tomorrow we will be leaving Kho Samet and returning back to Pattaya, where we will stay for one more night until we endure the 13 hour bus drive to the west side of Thailand. First stop: Kho ...

    Bangkok & Beach

    A travel blog entry by fromthemill on Nov 09, 2012

    11 photos

    ... baht on dinner which we can eat handsomely for. Russell found the hottest dish of our travels so far, a chicken and chilli concoction which he claims surpassed all hot dishes he has ever eaten before! We went all out on the last evening after having met two ladies from back home and found ourselves comparing the local pubs in the Bath and surrounding area! We really have been lazy in Koh Samet although prior to the beach escape we spent the weekend in bustling Bangkok ...

    From 10,000 hellos to one final goodbye!

    A travel blog entry by sophie-rich on Oct 24, 2012

    3 photos

    ... mountains of Vietnam's north, one guy stood next to my bike whereupon the group broke into ceaseless fits of giggles due to the fact the saddle came up to the middle of his chest. He was not to be deterred, however, and, once managing to get his leg across the top tube, he set off at a very slow wobbling pace. Such was the difference in size between myself and him that he sat comfortably on the top tube cycling with his legs fully stretched, much to the amusement of the burgeoning ...

    Queues, boats and barbacues

    A travel blog entry by dominicpenney on Oct 01, 2012

    2 comments

    ... of queue occupants (more Westerners = faster queue movement due to strong desire to reach destination), size of queue occupants (smaller people less likely to attempt a push in due to their inferior physique) and finally the official behind the desk (it's important to monitor their stamp speed). Once out of Cambodia we had to walk about 300 meters to Thai passport control. We had to queue in one huge line in the blistering heat. Poipet is one of the main boarder ...

    Man on Fire

    A travel blog entry by turnernz on Jun 18, 2012

    10 photos

    ... police road blocks which would have inevitably resulted in fines being levied on we falang. The detorus this engendered meant that we were not at the ferry terminal (slightly grandiose term for a wooden hut at the end of a pier of shops) in Ban Phe until nearly 12:30 and would be on the 1:15 crossing to Koh Samet, which we could see a short distance across the beautiful turquoise waters. As always, sea crossings take a deceptively long time and we did not eventually ...