Elements Boutique Resort & Spa
How has this villa rated in the past?
Photos of Elements Boutique Resort & Spa
TravelPod Member ReviewsElements Boutique Resort & Spa Ko Samui
Had several great massages
Nice small pool, great restaurant, Greta included breakfasts
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Elements Boutique Resort & Spa Ko Samui
Travel Blogs from Ko Samui
I had some trouble with the safe this morning. Apparently I entered a wrong code. I cursed a little, Alice got a guy to fix it. Great girl. We booked a tour to Angthong National Marine Park, a national park. It consists of 42 islands of the pearl string of about one thousand islands. So we had to be in the lobby by eight. That made it a really speedy breakfast. Sunny, our PTG (Private Tour Guide) joined us as he and his boss felt he should judge the trip to recommend it to ...
... a circle back to Baan Manali and just when we imagined we'd found an island without one - there it was!
The Mason's Arms (see the photo if you think that I am a day late with my April Fools joke). Standing in all it's glory a British expat's wet dream - a double storied mock Tudor pub!
What a spectacular sunset tonight - definitely worth the admission ticket and made even better lying in a hammock sipping my ...
... he does a roaring trade undercutting everyone else. Our special Mr J ferry ticket was 50 Baht cheaper than from the boat company itself. You can rent or swap anything from Ladyboy to Scuba gear. He's a wise old man too, he's produced the Koh Tao ten commandments and shares his fish are friends philosophy with every new guest. 3rd Commandment: Bankers will return to the earth as Eel's, wise words. Our special ticket was legit and we took the three hour ferry. ...
... 8217;t take into account was the vibrant party scene on offer; the island had everything. On arrival I realised I'd lost my phone, but luckily Ferg overheard a girl saying she'd found one on the boat - it turned out to be mine! This slice of fortune seemed like the perfect excuse for us to join on to the organised pub crawl, which takes place every Monday, Wednesday and Friday – the party never stops in Koh Tao! Whoever organised the route ...
... understood how my Auntie Barbara and Uncle Ray once managed to board the wrong plane. As we left the Gate, we joined a throng of about 700 people, and marched onto the runway, breaking off to board separate planes. There were no signs at all indicating which plane was which. The staff were busy stopping keen photographers from being arrested, as, despite the airport being full of notices showing that it's illegal to take photos, and ...