The Emerald Residence

Address: Kao Laem Noi Beach, Bang Po, Ko Samui, Thailand | Villa
 
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This villa, located on Kao Laem Noi Beach, Bang Po, Ko Samui, is near Wat Mahathat, Wat Yai Chai Mongkol, Wat Chaiwattanarm, and Wat Phra Sri Sanphet.
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    Travel Blogs from Ko Samui

    Koh Samui...

    A travel blog entry by kirstgra on May 20, 2015

    18 photos

    ... the midst of a storm i required strategic plastic bag placement to stay dry, whilst Gra sat in the window seat remained dry and just finding me funny!)
    We arrived at the pier to perfect blue skies and swapped from coach to ferry, heading to the top floor and finding a perfect spot for the crossing......we lay back on our loungers and enjoyed the sunshine as we crossed to Koh Samui, docking in Nathon pier about 90 minutes later.
    We walked along the beach road to ...

    Feeling hot, hot, hot....

    A travel blog entry by monkeyescapade on Feb 10, 2015

    36 photos

    ... work and come to Thailand for three months. So there she was in Billabong, with Sadie who’d accompanied her, and with a month to go before returning to the UK, she had no firm plans for her return other than having bought a campervan which will be her home for the foreseeable future. Wow. There was Graham and I thinking we’d been quite adventurous but taking swift decisive action with pretty long term ...

    Day 4-7 - Excitement and Disappointment

    A travel blog entry by annadave on Jan 17, 2015

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... we wouldn't recommend it here for backpacking if you want to see genuine Thailand. That is unless all you want to do is go to bars full of foreigners and get drunk or if you have the money to stay in a resort where they look after their surroundings and where you don't need to leave and see what the island is really like. It is very developed and touristy and sadly these tourists treat the place with disrespect. The south was definitely the highlight, seeing the island as it once ...

    Snorkeling, kayaking, speedboats… Ko Samui's not that bad

    A travel blog entry by lost_with_lisa on Nov 27, 2014

    1 comment, 36 photos

    ... had a couple stops to take in some of the beautiful sites and then some not so beautiful sites. At one point the boat quickly stopped and someone yelled "dolphin"! So, of course, we all grabbed our cameras and quickly looked off the side of the boat to a collective gasp. It was so disturbing. There was a dead dolphin floating in the water that had clearly been there for quite some time. It didn't look like another fish or animal had killed it, so I'm really ...

    Satiated in Samui

    A travel blog entry by ashlynandtyler on Sep 10, 2014

    1 comment, 76 photos

    ... dropped us off was sort of a tourist park. You could ride an elephant, take a 4x4 or even visit a wildlife park. We opted for the 4x4 as it was only $3 US and the elephants were very malnourished and abused.

    Once we made it to the base of the waterfall, we still had a bit of a trek up to actually see it. We had to cross some sketchy manmade bridges and even stumbled upon some squatters. This was where Tyler had the grand idea to "ice" ...