Cabana Grand View Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

90/31 Moo 2, Bophud, Suratthani, , Koh Samui, 84320, Thailand
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Very Good
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4

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Costs 58% less but rated 23% lower than other 4 star hotels

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lamia to chaweng

by ketch1973

hi guys,

we will be staying in lamai but might want to go for a night out in chaweng. can you tell me if there are buses or songtaews that go regularly between the two towns? how much will a single trip be and when do they stop? also how much would a journey by tuk tuk or taxi be late at night?

many thanks in advance,

mike

Re: lamia to chaweng

by earthflyer

You can defiantly get songhtaews into late the night then around midnight you proberly will need taxi. Most places start to close from around 11pm but there are clubs that stay open longer.

Forget how much it is these days it has been 5 years since I was on Koh Samui.

Re: lamia to chaweng

by derekscott

Hello,

Regular songtaews run between Chaweng and Lamai up to 8 pm. After this time you will need to get a taxi as there is not a Tuk Tuk service on Samui. The price for the songtaew should be around 50 to 100 Baht ( negoitiable ).Taxis are also to be bargained with but I think late at night they will ask for 400 to 500 Baht; offer 300 Baht and you may get lucky!

Travel Tips for Ko Samui

National Flag of the Kingdom of Thailand

by xuessium

Information extracted from Flags Of The World:

The flag is called the Trairanga, meaning Tricolour.

The story goes that during the 1916 flood the king of Siam (the old name for Thailand) saw the national flag - red with a white elephant - hanging upside down. A new flag was adopted that could not be hung upside down. Initially it was a red field with two white bands, but it was claimed that on 28th September 1917, the middle stripe was changed to blue to show solidarity with the Allies during the First World War.

Although not an official interpretation of the Thai flag, the prevailing view is that the central blue stripe represents the monarchy, the two white stripes the Therevada Buddhist religion, and the outer red stripes represent the land or the nation.

leave your shopping loot behind!

by LINSY

If you're coming from Bangkok and planning to return to Bangkok again - leave your suitcases behind at the hotel or at the left luggage facility at Hualampong Station. All you need for your island holiday is one backpack with a few basics. Slip slops and a pair of Crocs if you're planning on going on a trek. Rubber shoes are great - you can just rinse them. We bought all our clothing on the island - what we had brought with wasn't suitable for that kind of humidity! Toiletries are so cheap here - just buy what you need. Medical Supplies too - we found everything we needed at the local Watsons. Buy your own extra loo rolls when you're there... . Another thing we discovered was the- 'prickly heat' phenomena - they sell a special powder which helps to keep you comfortable. We downloaded all our pics to disk when we got back to Bangkok. High factor sunblock - the local ones are not very good.

A great time to be had

by jamiesamui about green mango

A truly multicultural experience,the Green Mango is probably Samui`s most popular night spot. The action hots up around 10 and is full on till close at 2. if you love to dance then go and have a look,even if you don`t dance go and have a look at the people sideshow,it`s a real eye opener.
A friendly tip if you plan on taking a Thai person here make sure they have their ID or they won`t get in. no dress requirments,I suggest you wear something light &cool if you intend to dance.

Rent a motorcycle

by volopolo

Rent a motorcycle

Renting a motorbike is equally as practical a way to see the island.However be alert as cars pay little respect to motorcyclists and have a tendency to force you to the side of the road.


Information
Name: Rent a motorcycle
Type: Motorcycle
Island: Ko Samui
Province: Surat Thani
Location: South Thailand


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First Photo: Motorcycle for rent
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Third Photo: Motorcycle for rent
Fourth Photo: Motorcycle for rent

Sitting at the Shades Restaurant

by balisunshine about Shades

If you’re looking for that romantic setting,
maybe this may be a choice.

Located at the end of the very quaint Boput main street,
beach front,
over looking the bay is Shades.

There is an ample menu available that include dishes such as:

Tartar of fresh Tuna @ 260 Bahts
Lemon Grass steamed Prawns and Avocado @ 310 Bahts
Bisque of local Shellfish @ 160 Bahts
Tom Yum Goong @ 160 Bahts
Tom KahGai @ 130 Bahts
Imported Australian Steak @ 520 Bahts
Tuna Fish Farfalle @ 250 Bahts

And for the casual snack,
several sandwiches are available during the earlier hours.

They also offer seaside bungalows.
Open daily for lunch to dinner.

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 Cabana Grand View Hotel

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Address: 90/31 Moo 2, Bophud, Suratthani, , Koh Samui, 84320, Thailand