How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Tree Tops Surat Thani
Travel Blogs from Surat Thani
... ready later, so leaving our bags safely secured we had our first wander in Bangkok. The area was mostly full of locals which made it hard to find a cafe with wifi, for which we were keen to utilise for booking a few things, so after grabbing coffees/teas and food at some market stalls we stumbled across the weirdest (and maybe coolest) little gallery/hostel place ever that offered free tea, coffee, washing or just general hangout ...
... Then, 3 times slowly, so as to really let you feel the vibrations. Then a few more for good measure. Again, in a zombie like fashion, everyone made their way to the meditation hall. By 10am, the sun was out in full force. Which was slightly tough to bear as we were required to keep shoulders and knees covered. There was a recorded CD we would listen to for about 30 minutes and then practice what we had heard for the following 30 minutes. The recording was a poor excuse for teaching as ...
... wonderful way to spend a few hours. Visiting hours commence at 10.30 - though the staff have been very lenient with my coming and goings.
On the way back in taxi last night I saw a driving range - maybe I could hone my golfing skills for a few hours as well - and I want a massage to clear the knot in the shoulders - oh my - so much to do and so little time!!!!!e
After breakfast set of for recommended shopping centre - Chitlom Centre. Oh my - a ...
... on and just jumps in. It looks so inviting but I am not dressed for a swim and none too confident. But he persuades me - the water's glorious, I can swim in my undies (there's no one else here) and I'd probably be dry by the time we walk back to the car. Decision made and I strip down to my bra and pants and dive in. It is indeed glorious, just the thing on such a hot day. We swim to where the water is cascading into this pool from the one above and let the ...
... and the detail was breathtaking, my words and pictures won't do it any kind of justice but I will upload pictures and you will have an idea of what I mean. Each temple was different but had some similarities such as the cemeteries running around the inside of the temple with golden or black statues as headstones and all required you to remove shoes to enter. In the lucky Buddha temple I met a tour guide who had just finished a tour and spoke to ...