Journals Ko Samet

Ko Samet--Uncovered but Unspoilt, in the Main

Created by Richard Cain on January 20, 2006

1 Review
1 Story

Close enough to Bangkok to attract weekenders, but with plenty of untouched space, Ko Samet is a great choice to lay back and chill out.

Ko Samet in Thailand

Created by iang000 on June 22, 2005

1 Story

All the fascinations expected from Thailand, plus lots more. If you know what Thailand has to offer a tourist--great, inexpensive, exotic foods; top-notch hotels for under $60 U.S. a night; cultural activities; and tons more--then Ko Samet has all that and more.

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A Week in Thailand

Created by ClubFoot on October 5, 2004

3 Reviews

A stop-off between Europe and New Zealand. Four days on the Gulf island of Ko Samet and 2.5 days in Bangkok.

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Island paradise

Created by Orl on September 7, 2004

3 Reviews
2 Stories

We were reaching the end game of our round-the-world trip and wanted somewhere to relax and top up our tans. Ko Samet fit the bill perfectly

Ko Samet - Island of Crushed Crystal

Created by John Lamb on May 12, 2003

3 Reviews
1 Story

The former name of Ko Samet meant "the island with sand of crushed crystal", which is a good name for this island paradise. This is the best island for people without much time in Thailand because it is only three hours by bus from Bangkok.



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