Varindavan Park

150 Ekkamai Soi 12, Ekkamai Road,, Prakanong Nua, Wattana, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand
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Relaxing 3day getaway near Bangkok

by micmik

Planning a getaway with a bunch of girlfriends this Dec, and we have decided that within 2-3 hour drive from Bangkok we should have plenty of great choices. Any suggestions? Not too commercialised eg Pattaya. Original idea was to go alila at cha am, but they are full for the weekend!! any other similar nice resorts or even villas (since there will be 6-7 of us)??

Thanks!!

Re: Relaxing 3day getaway near Bangkok

by earthflyer

Try Koh Samet bit further than Pattaya but not to far.

Re: Relaxing 3day getaway near Bangkok

by micmik

Thanks. Any nice luxurious relaxing resort to recommend there? Is Koh Samet better then Hua Hin/Cha Am?

Re: Relaxing 3day getaway near Bangkok

by earthflyer

Many beaches to choose from, check out my vt pages on Koh Samet.

Many places to stay from Budget to small resorts, nothing high than the trees. Koh Samet is National Park Island, you will need to pay a small fee when you arrive.

The best beaches are on the eastside of the islands and most of the beaches on the top end are populare but further south you go the quieter it gets, no speed boat or jet skis if I remember.

The is a resort on the westside but only one.

Koh Samet island is completly the opposite of Pattaya and Cha-am and Hau-hin.

Re: Relaxing 3day getaway near Bangkok

by earthflyer

Many beaches to choose from, check out my vt pages on Koh Samet.

Many places to stay from Budget to small resorts, nothing high than the trees. Koh Samet is National Park Island, you will need to pay a small fee when you arrive.

The best beaches are on the eastside of the islands and most of the beaches on the top end are populare but further south you go the quieter it gets, no speed boat or jet skis if I remember.

The is a resort on the westside but only one.

Koh Samet island is completly the opposite of Pattaya and Cha-am and Hau-hin.

Re: Relaxing 3day getaway near Bangkok

by earthflyer

Their looked like some nice resorts further south but I stayed on at the budget end.

Re: Relaxing 3day getaway near Bangkok

by sydneystone

I have googled 'accommodation' in Cha Am, Hua Hin and Koh Samet in the past and there are many websites with numerous accom. I shortlist what interests me then I google each one. This will show if they have their own website, traveller reviews etc.
I have been to Hua Hin but am saving Koh Samet for a romantic getaway. Hua Hin has a small commercialised area, big beach and early to bed as music has to cease by a certain time.
Koh Samet has the typical idyllic island experience. Can get expensive depending where you stay, especially Dec. (high season). If your looking at resorts they will probably have their own website. Lastly, don't procrastinate over where to stay as most places get booked out in advance. Good luck.

Travel Tips for Bangkok

free tropical fruit tasting at the airport

by latte18

When you land in Bangkok, don't forget to stop by the free tropical fruit tasting booth at Don Muang Intl Airport. Located just after customs inside the arrival hall, the booth is operated by Thai Tourism board and manned by beautiful and friendly Thai ladies in traditional dresses. They will explain the characteristics of each fruit and cut them up for you. Among the fruit available for tasting are rambutans, longkongs, mangoes, mangosteens, and pomello. You can take as many as you want and the best thing of all is that it's FREE!

Hats off to Thai Tourism Board! The booth really puts me in a good mood after a tiring flight and provide positive first impression of Thailand!

Lovely Flowers in th Apartment

by yen_2

Eventhough I only stayed in the Apartment and be outside when it's time to have a grocery. Our apartment has also a lovely flowers in th roof top which the swimming is located. They have this lovely garden full of beautiful red flowers in it! Taking pix with this lovely red flowers is a breathtaking part of me with my little one! Watching the sunsets and having a dinner near the pool is lovely also!

Thai Girls

by machomikemd

Thai girls in general are kind, polite and extremely decent, however as we all know there are exceptions. There seems to be a division between the more traditional girls and girls that often hang out in bars. The kind of girl you meet totally depends on the bar you go to, the "bad girls" all hang out in one of the three sex area's being either Nana area, Patpong or Soi Cowboy. Don't expect to meet your dream girl here but if you're looking for some quick action these are the places to be.

there are the intermediate bars where you really don't know what the girls are up to, your money, free drinks or they really like you? A good measurement tool to find out what their intention is is to calculate the Thai girls to foreign guys ratio. The less foreigners the more decent the girls are probably, also pay attention to the number of Thai guys, no Thai guys means bad girls who are after foreigners.

If you're looking for a more peaceful evening without being harassed go to the bars outside the main tourist area's with mostly Thai customers. People are still extremely friendly but they're just nice because Thai people are really kind, not because of the money.

Thai ice tea

by Pimilan

This is a typical thai ice tea receipt : lipton tea, hot water, condensed milk, plunder ice, thai cream. Usually you found this really good ice tea in small local restaurant for about 10 to 30 bahts. Now it exist the mix in supermarket.

Packing...

by CandS

Take a small backpack so that you can carry your water and anything you might buy along the way... Most hotels will let you leave your suitcase at their lobby if you head off for a couple of days (that is, if you've been staying there and will return). Take comfortable shoes and summer clothes...it's hot! Take lots of film or memory cards. If you don't pack enough memory cards for your camera, you can always buy one at the various shopping centres.

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 Varindavan Park

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Varindavan Park Serviced Residence Hotel Bangkok

Address: 150 Ekkamai Soi 12, Ekkamai Road,, Prakanong Nua, Wattana, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand