Le Vimarn Cottages & Spa

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 landellsandlads on Jun 29, 2014

    The four of us left Phi Phi to catch up with the rest of the boys who had headed to Koh Samui, a larger island on the east. Again the sea was incredibly choppy and we probably felt less safe in this bigger boat as we were discussing what we should do if the boat capsized! Koh Samui is one of the largest Thai islands with one main road going all the way round the outskirts. We ...

    From 10,000 hellos to one final goodbye!

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

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    ... doing. The further from Bangkok we got the more this was the case. In Laos children neatly lined the roads of villages smiling and waving at us, sometimes coming onto the road looking for a high-five, but relatively muted compared to other countries. In Vietnam, where the people are much friendlier than we had been led to believe by many, people of all sorts would crowd around us looking at the bikes and seemingly trying to imagine what it would be like to be riding. Indeed, on one day ...

    Diving, tattoos and another Full Moon Party!

    A travel blog entry by dmj33 on Oct 13, 2012

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    ... to leave and it’s so sad, especially when he gives in to tears. "I just don’t want it to end, where am I ever going to find better people". This is the downside of travelling, goodbyes are so tough when you’ve really bonded with people and you know the experiences you’ve had will never be recreated. They just have to remain incredible memories. Frazer’s been out of the UK for over two years, it won’t be easy to adjust to sunny Maidstone after ...

    Queues, boats and barbacues

    A travel blog entry by dominicpenney on Oct 01, 2012


    ... that was the issue. We were dropped at the Cambodia/Thailand boader at around 11am. We queued for our departure stamp on the Cambodian side in a very Un-English way; no formal lanes/good manners/organisation, but on the whole it wasn't too bad and we were through in around 20 minutes. Having spent 8 weeks in this region we had learnt the art of strategical queue manouvering and put our talent to good use. The variables to be assessed are: speed of queue ...

    Man on Fire

    A travel blog entry by turnernz on Jun 18, 2012

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    ... the island and locate a hotel until after 3pm, meaning we had very little time to make the most of the beautiful white sand and clear sea. By 6pm we had commenced drinking and games on the beach and I have to admit that from 9pm onwards things become a little sketchy for this party boy. However, my three colleagues have confirmed the following (note - timings are estimates only and based on AMT Alcohol Mayhem Time):

    • 9:00pm head for a nice dinner on ...