Ko Samui, Thailand
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38/2 Moo 3, Borpud, Chaweng, Thailand
83 Moo 5, Choeng Mon Beach, Choeng Mon, Thailand
14/3 Moo 2, Chaweng, Thailand
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... to Tanee Villas where I have checked into a rather nice (and very new looking) bungalow for 200B a night. So there you have it - from the busy metropolis of Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia to a quiet beach on Koh Samui in Thailand - in about forty four ...
... bad. Once we arrived we decided to head to the famous beach at Chaweng. We found a guesthouse pretty easily and settled in. Ko Samui was the most westernized place we have visited so far (outside of Bangkok) and very heavily touristed, but neither C or ...
... story. Koh Samui was now going to be our one and only stop in the beach paradise of South Thailand- after all, a beach is a beach is a beach?? Samui is a relatively large island which presented it's own dilemma- which beach area were we going to choose ...
... . Well, we haven't really done anything since Egypt to deserve another beach vacation, but we got one anyways! Coming into Thailand by overnight train, we also had to take an overnight boat from the mainland to the islands in the Gulf of Thailand ...
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10/29 moo 5, T.Bophut Ko Samui, Thailand
A small chilled out bar next to Sala Samui resort. 1 minute walk the loveliest beach on Koh Samui. We serve great homemade food from breakfast through to early morning snacks as we are open until 2am.Great original cocktails and cold beer. British owned but not typical British style. A small friendly team await your arrival.
Moo 2, North side Chaweng Lake opposite Baan Suan Sook resort, Chaweng, Ko Samui, Thailand
14/3 Moo 2 Tambon Bophut, Ko Samui, Thailand
Koh Samui's ultimate diving experience, professional, safe and fun!
Gulf of Thailand, Ko Samui, Thailand
These 40 islands, spread over approximately 97 square miles in the Gulf of Thailand, are characterized by hundreds of limestone monoliths, carved into fantastic shapes by years of erosion.