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6/40 Moo 3 Bophut, 84320, Thailand
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Forum Posts

how far?

by sezabell

have been trying to look for some where to stay in chaweng that is right by all the shopping but still on the beach. how far away is chaweng lake have seen a few nice places around that area but not sure if its in walking distance to everything as id rather just be able to walk. how long does it take from either end of chaweng to the centre? any suggestions on accommadation would be great on the cheaper side would be good too.

Re: how far?

by judyksp

Depending on which side of the lake you are refering to, the distance for walking could be just minutes to almost an hour. If you are looking at hotels like Nora Lakeview, it would be located almost to the center of Chaweng.

If you are looking for hotels in Chaweng beach, try P&P. Their prices are quite reasonable depending on the length of stay. It ranges from 800 baht to 1,500 baht per night.

From either end, it will take about 30 min to walk to the center of Chaweng. For night life, it is closer to the north end and not the center. Most of the shopping is also located from the center to the north end of Chaweng.

If you need more information, drop me a note.

Re: how far?

by sezabell

cheers Judy. what are the p&p like? i have been recommoned this place too. is this the one with a pool?

Re: how far?

by benjireid2599878


I stay AL's Resort Koh Samui is ideally located amidst a finely landscaped green setting and wholesome environment by the seaside of Chaweng beach one of the famous beaches in Koh Samui.

Re: how far?


we stayed at a place called chaweng beach/garden resort. unfortunately they don't have a website, but they are down a little roas opposite burger king on the main road (can't miss it). we got a taxi and asked him to take us to a couple of places to check out before we decided. as we wen in june, there were plenty of options. our resort was on the beach and less than a minute stroll to the main strip with shopping, restaurants, night life - perfect!

Re: how far?

by cgf

@LINSY is it this?

Re: how far?


hi there, no, i don't think so. this is way posher than what we stayed at. our place was quite basic but nice. just a room and bathroom really, like an apartment, but it suited what we needed. a bar fridge, aircon (a must!) and a decent bathroom. we had 3 single beds in our room. the location was brilliant and a few steps away was the really pleasant outdoor restaurant facing the beach. in the evenings they set out a dining area in front, practically in the water! freash salads, grilled seafood, etc.... after dinner we could head down the beachfront to places with music and shows or alternatively head towards the main clubbing/shopping strip. you really can't go wrong location-wise if this is what you are looking for from a stay in chaweng. G*D wish i was going back-so much fo global recession!

Travel Tips for Ko Samui

Eating Pad Thai in Thailand

by ATXtraveler

During our lunch meal, we were happy to eat a little of the most well known dish in Thai cooking. Pad Thai is essentially Rice Noodles, which are cooked in a oil with egg, carrot, a few other vegetables and chicken or beef and then wokked.

I definitely like it, and as you can see, so did Sarah!

Chaweng Beach

by Pomska

Chaweng Beach is the center of all tourist oriented nightlife on Koh Samui. The pubs and open-bars are the most popular nighttime destinations. There are f.ex. discos called Green Mango and Santa Fe. Usually the fun starts from 10 pm and lasts until the wee hours of the morning.

If you want to play pool, you should head to the bar called Luke's Black Jack pub. The main activities are centered on the back road where there are plenty of shops and restaurants.

So much easier

by jamiesamui

A recently introduced service provided by Bangkok air & particapating international airlines (except Qantas ) is the option of checking your bags through to your next destination when leaving Koh Samui.

There is a sign next to the check in desk listing particapating airlines, most times Bangkok air staff will offer you this option but if they don`t, ask them. Then you are given a sticker & you become a CIQ passenger which means that you go through customs at Samui instead of BKK , it also means that you only have to pay the one departure tax 500THB same as you would in BKK this saves you having to pay that lovely? 300 THB Samui departure tax.
You then proceed to the international terminal (NO 2 it`s called ) check your bags through customs & wait till your picked up seperate from the other people not using this option.When your plane lands in Bkk you are taken to a seperate bus and ferried to the international tterminal for check in to your next destination,the only requirement is that you have to stay in the transit area as you have already cleared & been stamped by customs in Samui.
This option is excellant as you don`t see your main luggage till your at your next destination (very handy after a holiday of shopping )

Now That Was a Meal!

by acaciawould about Samui Seafood

The first thing you'll notice upon getting to this restaurant is the huge selaection of seafood. Before entering the front door, you'll choose your main course from many varieties of fish, crab and lobster. The atmosphere inside adds more to the appeal of the place. It's furnished in tek from the region and is made to resemble the inside of a huge ship. If you're going for dinner (which I would recommend) the show is awesome and the service is even better. The prices can seem high if you're on a very tight budget, but still less than we found in Bangkok! In the week I was in Samui in 2001, we ate here 4 times!

An open-air temple

by Robert_Hun

The statue is one of Samui's most popular attractions and it can be seen from long distance.
It is like a small feature village with an open-air wat (temple) in the middle.
You can find funny sculptures on the other side of the peninsula.


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