Kinnaree Resort

73/2 Moo 4, Bophut, 84320, Thailand
Kinnaree Resort
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85%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
20%
4
Very Good
40%
8
Average
25%
5
Poor
0%
0
Terrible
15%
3

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  • Families50
  • Couples30
  • Solo83
  • Business100

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Forum Posts

.i looking for cheap hotel

by papadakispaul

hi friends...i am goeing for 1 month at samui at 29 octomber...some questions...cheap hotel but not like a box at chaweng???and whats the best way from bangkok to samui since i am not in a hurry??

Re: .i looking for cheap hotel

by markbank

for samui guide u can see my blog http://markbanktravel.blogspot.com

for cheap hotel u try this e-mail : info@samuiislandresort.com

Re: .i looking for cheap hotel

by jamiesamui

How much are you wanting to spend per night???Do want to stay in Chaweng or not??

The best way to Samui is obviously flying but seeing you`re not in a hurry I suggest the overnight train(book either a 1st or 2nd class sleeper) to Suratthani then the ferry across to Samui.

Re: .i looking for cheap hotel

by papadakispaul

chaweng...thanks

Travel Tips for Ko Samui

TRY THE LANGUAGE

by mamasan69

On my first visit everything was so new I didn't get much of a chance to let the language sink in. During my last trip however I had a better opportunity to learn some of the local language. When I arrived by myself this time, it kind of forced me to try and understand the local language. When I was with my girl, she would help me to pronounce words better and this helped a great deal. .
I noticed that even an attempt at using the language produced a respective response, in most situations. I expect that I will learn as much more on each future visit as I can, and look forward to the results. I found this to be true again on my last trip while touring with my new girlfriend and her friends.

Chaweng Beach

by ratherton about Chaweng Beach

Although there are hotels and bars all around the coast of Samui, the main area is at Chaweng Beach. All the action is along the main beach road which is a few kilometres long. Both sides of the street are lined with shops, bars, places to eat, travel agents, mini-markets (7 Elevens) massage parlours (no, not the dodgy ones, you filthy minded person). Apparently, local laws dictate that bars must stop serving at 2am and clubs at 4am.

Samui International Airport

by JappaJukebox

Samui International Airport - The airport was built and is owned by Bangkok Airlines.

I have already said this elsewhere, but this is the coolest airport ever. All the buildings are simple thatch roofs with no walls. The staff is all dressed in big bright island shirts and the whole airport experience is a fresh breeze compared to anywhere else.

We arrived in fair weather and I suppose it could get interesting during a good monsoon downpour with a bit of wind to whip the rain under the roofs.

I include photographs of the main arrivals terminal, the duty free shop in the international departures lounge and the tram-like carts used as apron transport.

From what I have read it is considerably more expensive to fly directly here as compared to a flight to Surat Thani due to Bangkok Airlines' monopoly on the airport. We have no complaints about Bangkok Airlines and enjoyed the Samui Airport experience.

If you budget is a bit tighter you could fly to Surat Thani and catch a hour and a half long ferry ride to Koh Samui

If you are into airports and aviation it will be worth your while to go and check it out even if you don't fly into Koh Samui.

I saw a Cessna Grand Caravan equipped with pontoons for hire on the apron. This will be a novel and enjoyable way to see the islands but will probably cost and arm and a leg.

Amazing Food and Views at The Cliff

by balisunshine about The Cliff Bar and Grill

For a marvelous location,
fabulous style and terrific food
The Cliff high up on the road between
Chaweng and Lamia is a must.

Opening at midday,
you may opt for lunch here,
and enjoy the vista that looks down upon natural boulders
next to the water’s edge and across a picturesque bay.

50 seats are on the interior’s marble floor,
and 25 seats are on the terrace
under the stars.

The Mediterranean menu accents on
Portuguese, Italian and Spanish cuisine.

Bradley Munns from South Africa
is the owner this fine venue
and of the successful
Emporium Restaurant in Bangkok.

In reviewing the wine menu,
there was an ample choice from:
Chile, Italy, South Africa and Australia.
We decided to select a carafe of the
house wine from Italy
and it turned out to be excellent choice.

We purposely came for the
New Zealand mussels in a white wine sauce.
There was the option to
have it as a starter for 220 Bahts
or as a main dish for 440 Bahts.

I truly believe these were the best
mussels in white wine sauce I have ever had!
I was clearing the dish on any traces of sauce
with my baguette bread.
Yum!! Other recommended dishes include:

-Mediterranean Salad: cheddar cheese tossed with cashew nuts and apple
180 Bahts

-Gamberoni al LimoneE Aglio:
lemon and herb prawns
220 Bahts as a starter or
440 Bahts as a main dish

-Fettuccini all’Gambetti all’Conjac: prawns served in a cognac and cream sauce 290 Bahts

-Portuguese Piri Piri Chicken: The house specialty Breast
220 Bahts or
half chicken 280 Bahts

-Caramelized Banana Pancake
140 Bahts

Other dishes and prices on the menu include:

-other salads 150-190 Bahts
-gourmet sandwiches 140-180 Bahts
-various appetizers 160-800 Bahts
-various pastas 210-290 Bahts
-grilled dishes 220-280 Bahts
-piri piri combos 440-460 Bahts
-steaks 320-480 Bahts
-desserts 110-160 Bahts

Adjoing to the dining area is the air conditioned bar,
with extremely comfortable, lounge seating and decorated
with the latest Japanese slow-strobe lights
which are constantly changing colors.

A great place for a romantic drink!

Open from midday to 1:00 am

Big Buddha (Wat Phra Yai )

by paradisedreamer

The temple with the "Big Buddha" is at the northern end of the island.
Quick Facts:
Built in 1972
Buddha is 15 metres high
From the top you get great views and it is very peaceful and quiet.

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 Kinnaree Resort

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Address: 73/2 Moo 4, Bophut, 84320, Thailand