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Stories and Tips Ko Samui

What We Did in Ko Samui

Written by ntaps on 31 Oct, 2006

The amount of vacation time you have should decide where you stay. Given that my sister and I had four days, we decided to stay at the touristy stretch of Chaweng Beach. With hotels lining up the beach front, the other side was full of…Read More


All or Nothing in Koh Samui

Written by ozkiwi on 04 Mar, 2004

Koh Samui is a great place. It must be as this is my third year in a row returning to this island and my friend’s eighth year! Koh Samui offers all I desire in a holiday destination: absolute relaxation, beautiful beaches with very temperate waters, massages…Read More


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Bophut Beach

Written by Kez on 25 Feb, 2006

I really loved this small village located at the northern end of Koh Samui. It is one of those places that you tuck away as a "secret spot" that you would always return to. Consisting of one main street it sees many day visitors, and…Read More


Eating out in Mae Nam

Written by Squilookle on 09 Sep, 2004

The best selection of restaurants can be found on Mae Nam beach. They are all very similar in both their appearance and cuisine, although some places are better than others. These restaurants also boast the best location, as they are well away from…Read More


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Daytime Activities on Samui

Written by Squilookle on 09 Sep, 2004

The outing I would most recommend is a trip to Namuang Waterfall. One, because it’s free, and two because although it is by no means the most impressive waterfall in the world it is certainly an adventure getting to the top! Just follow…Read More


Sun is shinning

Written by punkrock on 26 Mar, 2004

What can I tell, well, Samui is the most paradise like place I've ever been, and i've got to tell you, I've travelled through places. We were flying from Florence to Brussells to Zurich and then all the way up to Bangkok....and after 3 crazy days…Read More


Spa Samui - Fasting and ......other things

Written by HairyD on 01 Nov, 2003

After a year of high living in China, I wanted to do something a bit different. I was already going to meet friends in Thailand, and during research for the trip, I discovered a site on the web about Spa Samui. I was initially intrigued…Read More


Two Weeks in Koh Samui

Written by ian o shea on 17 May, 2004

As soon as you arrive at the airport in Koh Samui, which has an alarmingly short runway and is all entirely open-air, you know you have stepped into another world. This was the first trip to Koh Samui for our travelling group and we had…Read More


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Duplex M, CHIC Living in Koh Samui

Written by minidyer on 17 Oct, 2008

I have been staying in Duplex M in Bo Phut for tw weeks in early October 09. I throughly enjoyed it. I stayed to enojy some sunshine and also to work. All WiFi, with full Cable TV, I was able to do some work, and…Read More


Mae Nam Nightlife

Written by Squilookle on 09 Sep, 2004

Peaceful Mae Nam isn’t really the place to party, so hop on a songthaew to Chaweng (about 50 baht per person) for an altogether more lively night out. Here you will find endless bars, restaurants and clubs to satisfy your night time needs.…Read More


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