Easy Time Resort

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

132/1 Moo. 4, T. Namuang, Koh Samui 84300, 84140, Thailand
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Satisfaction Excellent
Very Good

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 42% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families81
  • Couples94
  • Solo100
  • Business0

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Forum Posts

p&p bungalows op bungalows and samui mandalay

by sezabell

have been given these names of cheapish places to stay on chaweng has anyone stayed at any of these and is the beach near then nice?

Re: p&p bungalows op bungalows and samui mandalay

by Jimmy930


My boyfriend and I stayed at Al's Hut (not the resort but the bungalows) for 8 nights. It was the best decision of our whole trip. Although the main street was hectic and crazy, Al's Hut provided a small oasis of calm! Our bunglow was situated closer to the beach and I never heard a peep from the hectic main street. The hotel is close to many parties on the beach so it's GREAT if you want to party all night and stagger back to your bungalow! However, the endless beats and music can be heard late into the night when you want to sleep!

The bungalow itself was PERFECT for us. It had a very comfy, big bed, sheets changed daily, bathroom cleaned daily, great air-conditioning, trustworthy safes at reception, great laundary service. For young couples and people who don't mind a small space - the bungalows are all you need! Don't forget to bring the mossie repelant....the grass near the huts attracts the mossies!

The actual location of Al's Hut is great. There are many restaurents/bars on the beach and main road that are in walking distance. We personally found the reception staff LOVELY. We talked with them every day, organising HEAPS of day tours. The reception has many pamphlets advertising day tours. We probably did them all! The hotel gives you a cheaper price - which is a plus!

Travel Tips for Ko Samui

The Beaches on Koh Samui

by balisunshine

If you are coming to a tropical island,
I imagined that part of the reason is for the beach.

So here's a quick over view of
the beaches you will find here.

Let's star with Bo Phut on the northern end.
The Fishermen's Village with all it's charm,
is not blessed with the best of beaches of this island.

The water is a bit murky,
and is very shallow at times.
But the charm of the village,
with all it's restaurants and cafe,
sort of make up for this flaw.

Choeng Mon and Northern Chaweng is great for
those who prefer an upscale place to stay.
Great for families and romantic couples in love.
Again, the water is shallow and not great for swimming.
But the water is clearer and you might just enjoy floating around.
When the wter is really shallow,
you can also walk to the neighboring island of Ko Faan Yai.

Chaweng Central and South are full of tourist and chaos.
Really did not take spend any time here.
But if party and action is what you are looking for,
then this is the place for you to go.

A bit further south is Lamai.
Like a knife,
there is a double edge.
It just depends on what side of the strip you are on.
On the street side,
noise, prostitution and a bit of disorder is here.
But pass the strip to the sea side,
and the peace is resident here.
With a great clean beach,
plenty of bungalows under the palm trees,
this place gets my vote.

The beaches on the southern end
are more remote and quite
if that is what you want.
But again ,
the water is quite shallow
and muddy for swimming.

At Baan Pang Ka,
this is the place to get lost from civilization.
If no one is around,
maybe you can even go naked.

On the west coast,
shorelines are a bit thin.
Water is muddy.
Not as attracted as the other sides.

Budget Conscious

by jamiesamui about Laem Din

This is not a shop but rather a whole area where you can shop very cheaply at the markets that stock allmost everything,plus numerous road side stalls that sell mainly clothes and nik naks. I have found this area a little bit cheaper than Chaweng

Exploring Samui Island on a scooter

by Icewine

Getting around Koh Samui is easy, you can either rent a motorbike for roughly 200 Baht a day, or hire many different forms of jeep. You officially require your drivers license to rent a vehicle, so make sure that you bring it. There are also jeep taxis that cruise the streets looking for passengers, it will normally cost you just 20 Baht to go anywhere within Chaweng, although the prices can increase after midnight to up to 50 Baht, especially if you are leaving a night spot.

So many to choose from - Samui dining guide

by frank&Ietje about Tamarind

This beachside restaurant is located in a beautiful decor. Is has a modern look and it is comfortable. It has a split-level design, providing sea-vies through the palmts. Because you eat outside you will have a speciouse feeling. There is a waterfall behind the bar area. The light make a beautiful effect. The chef cooks realy good. Before you start to eat you will get a 'taster'. I could happily recommend every dish on the menu. I had a wonderfull smoked duck breast and rock lobster. The wine was from Australia.

Elephants building houses

by biggeorge

Due to a lack of cranes any heavy lifting is done by the local elephant population , which is fascinating to watch , however occasionally they get away from their handlers and run amok , which is hilarious unless you happen to be in the way.


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 Easy Time Resort

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Address: 132/1 Moo. 4, T. Namuang, Koh Samui 84300, 84140, Thailand