Maenamburi Resort

82/2 Moo 1, Maenam Beach, 82320, 84330, Thailand
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  • Couples91
  • Solo88
  • Business100

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Maenamburi Resort

by 1ashvanrooyen

Hi I have looked at Maenamburi Resort in Ko Samui. Has anyone ever stayed here? There is no swimming pool at the resort - is this a disadvantage or does it matter if there is no swimming pool? Thanks

RE: Maenamburi Resort

by SamuiDean

I haven't stayed there but it looks nice judging from their web site. It is situated on Maenam Beach. We stayed at the Paradise Beach resort which is also on Maenam beach. Maenam is a nice quiet beach, never overcrowded, so is a good part of the island to choose if you're looking to escape the crowds.

As for the swimming pool that is down to personal choice. You can swim in the sea if you like. There are a couple of stretches of the beach where it's a bit rocky when you wade out into the sea, but apart from that we had no problems swimming in the sea. Personally I prefer the option of a swimming pool then I can choose between both.

Regards,
Dean.

RE: Maenamburi Resort

by classy_shazz

Hiya,
I have been to Koh Samui a few times and never needed a hotel pool. The sea is just fantastic!! I havent stayed at Maenamburi before, but we are planning to have our wedding there next easter. Read a few reviews, one bad and the rest good, and they do seem v friendly. So will be v. intereseted to hear your opinions on the hotel.

RE: RE: Maenamburi Resort

by 1ashvanrooyen

Hi thanks - what time of the year did you go, I heard that Maenam Beach gets windy in September? That is why I thought of something with the pool. I am looking for a quieter beach, but also close to other places.

RE: RE: Maenamburi Resort

by 1ashvanrooyen

Hi thanks - what time of the year did you go, I heard that Maenam Beach gets windy in September? That is why I thought of something with the pool. I am looking for a quieter beach, but also close to other places.

RE: RE: Maenamburi Resort

by SamuiDean

Can't offer any more info about the weather. September is starting to get towards the rainy season - although the heaviest rains are normally around October/November. Even in the rainy season you can have good weather. I've never been at that time of year so not sure how windy it gets.

The Maenam area of Samui is the part of the island I most prefer. It's far away from the hustle and bustle of Chaweng - though if you do want to visit it's about 20mins drive away. You've also got Fisherman's Village at Bophut which is about 0.5 - 1km away from Maenam which has an excellent selection of restaurants. You also have the centre of Maenam close by which has a further selection of places to eat out and have a drink.

Regards,
Dean.

Samui to Bangkok

by dentray

Hi We are spending 10 nights in Samui from may 30 and need info about the night train combo from Samui to Bangkok.

How far in advance do I need to book it(First class sleeper) and any recomendations on agent to book through In Chewang or Maenam?

our plan is 3 nights Als huts Chewang,2 nights Salad hut in Phangang, 4 nights Moonhut bungalows or Maenamburi resort in Maenam,3 nights Bangkok

Couple in mid 40's been to Thailand many times but never Samui.
Any suggestions would be great.

Den

Re: Samui to Bangkok

by dragonc

The train only goes to/from Surat Thani. To get to/from Samui you have to use the bus and ferry from there. Why not fly? Both Bangkok Airways and Thai Airways fly the route.

Re: Samui to Bangkok

by dentray

Yes but you can buy a combo train ticket including the bus and ferry to suratani all in one.

Is the flight a lot cheaper from Suratani?

We would like to do the night sleeper though just for the fun of it,although may regret it!

Den

Re: Samui to Bangkok

by jenscool

YES, you answered your own question! YOU will regret it!

Re: Samui to Bangkok

by SamuiTraveler

From the hotels you chose I suggest you check a new resort in Maenam called Hutcha Resort. My wife and I stayed there a few weeks ago in the Superior Villa and really enjoyed it:

http://www.samuiislandhotels.com/index.php?module=Hotel&action=index&id=107

You can paste that into your web browser address bar. The same booking company also shows Al's Hut and Al's Resort but I haven't stayed there before. I have heard really nice things about Papillion in Chaweng too.

As far as the train, here is a good link to for information on booking in advance:

http://www.seat61.com/Thailand.htm

Scroll down to the "how to buy tickets" section. You can use the online travel agencies listed. Good luck.

Travel Tips for Ko Samui

Jee Kong Chinese Temple

by austarman

Just on the other side of the Chaweng lake from the main road you will find this small chinese temple.
If coming from Chaweng turn left at Reggae alley and you will see this temple on left on the way to the local markets.
Very colourful and worth a look.

Rasta

by JoJo_of_the_west

The Reggae Pub is by far the best place to chill after a day of volleyball or playing in the water. It’s a multi-story complex constructed from indigenous hard woods boasting the BEST sound system on the island. It is family owned (a very extended family I might add) and the employees are most friendly and willing to help you plan your daily activities. The music is . . . Yo man, pure natty dread!

I get the feeling that there is an extreme rivalry among the locals for the nighttime tourists as I heard that a rival family torched the Pub several years ago and the current structure is the "new and improved" pub. Whatever the story is the result is very nice. There are two or three bars, a main dance floor on two floors. There is even an outdoor cinema on the grounds.

Please remember to tip. That bartender, waiter or waitress makes less than the cost of a tee shirt for a 10 hour shift! The tee shirt girl, even less.

Sea

by M.E.R.V

The cheapest way into the island is by sea. There are hourly trips from Songkhla to the island and the approximate time for the journey should be between 1-1 1/2 hours. The ferries are generally safe and you can fit you goddamn car in it!

Dining Italian style at Olivio

by balisunshine about Olivio

Set in the northernmost tip of Chaweng Bay
in the boutique resort of Bann Haad Ngam,
this restaurant not only boasts fine cuisine,
but also a panoramic view across the
turquoise blue water and mountains.

Perfect for that delicious and
romantic dinner at sunset.

Besides the generous choices on the menu
at Olivio an extensive ‘bistro’ style daily menu
at a fixed price is offered. For example:

Carapaccio of large scallops with shallot, spring onions
and saffron vinaigrette
+
Ravioli of eggplant and ricotta with blue cheese
+
Intermezzo of crushed lemon with white wine and mint

And a choice of:

Rack of lamb baked under a nut crust with rosemary jus
or
Fillet of salmon in almonds with tomato confit and asparagus

For dessert:

Lemon mousse with thyme and honey sauce

+ Coffee or Tea

1095 Bahts ++

The wine menu offers a selection from
Chile, Australia, South Africa, California, France and Italy

Dinner is available from 6-11:00 pm

Hinta – Hinyai

by kenningst

Also known as the grandfather and grandmother rock, the main attraction of this place is that there is a rock which looks like a male’s and female’s private part. It is located nicely at an array of rock formation with a small little beach and also a reggae pub at the side. It takes a small climb/hike to get here. Upon arriving, you will immediately able to locate the grandfather rock but then we were looking around for a while and were not able to locate the grandmother rock.

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 Maenamburi Resort

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Address: 82/2 Moo 1, Maenam Beach, 82320, 84330, Thailand