Panalee Resort

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

73/9 Moo 6 Tambon Maenum, 84330, Thailand
Panalee Resort
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
42%
16
Very Good
36%
14
Average
15%
6
Poor
2%
1
Terrible
2%
1

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 36% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families54
  • Couples85
  • Solo100
  • Business100

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Seatran Ferry tickets to Ko Samui from Surat Thani train station

by Limclarence

Hi all, I will be arriving at Surat Thani train station at night from Sungai Kolok. I intend to go to Ko Samui by taking the earliest ferry the next day. May I know where exactly do I go and buy Seatran Ferry tickets from the train station? I can't seem to find any information from their website. Also, since I am arriving at night, is it safe for me to spend the night at the ferry terminal, and where is this ferry terminal? Thanks alot! Cheers!

Re: Seatran Ferry tickets to Ko Samui from Surat Thani train station

by YaaDong

VT Ko Samui Transportation tips my friend.

Re: Seatran Ferry tickets to Ko Samui from Surat Thani train station

by Limclarence

I can't seem to find the exact location of the of the ticket booth at Bandon pier, and I was wondering if I could buy a ticket when I arrived at 10pm at night, and should I buy at the train station or at the pier. Anyway thanks for your help!

Re: Seatran Ferry tickets to Ko Samui from Surat Thani train station

by rrrkkng

I bought the night train ticket in BKK with all the connecting bus and ferry included, pretty convenient. But since you are coming from Sungai Kolok and arrive late at night, I guess you have to find a hotel and stay overnight, and I am sure you can get your ticket at the pier. The following website provides more info., hope it can help.

http://samui.sawadee.com/airport/boat_transfer.html

Re: Seatran Ferry tickets to Ko Samui from Surat Thani train station

by YaaDong

From Surat Thani to Ko Samui

1.Express boat

1.1 An express ferry boat of Songserm Travel departs from Tha Thong Pier in Surat Thani at 8.00 a.m. and arrives at Na Thon Pier in Samui at 10.30 a.m. every day. For the return trip, the boat leaves Na Thon Pier at 2.00 p.m. and reaches Tha Thong at 4.30 p.m.

1.2 Express boats of Seatran Express operate three times a day between Ban Don and Ko Samui. Departure times are 7.00 a.m., 12.30 p.m. and 2.30 p.m. The trip takes two hours.

2. Ferry Boats of Seatran

Seatran Ferry, which can accommodate 60 cars and 400 passengers, operates several trips per day between Don Sak (Surat Thani) and Ko Samui, from 5.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. The trip takes about 1.30 hours.

3. Night ferry

A slow night ferry leaves Ban Don Pier nightly at 11 p.m. and reaches Na Thon Pier at Samui around 5 a.m. (6 hours). For the return trip, the boat leaves Na Thon Pier at 9.00 p.m. and arrives at Ban Don Pier at 4.00 a.m. (7 hours).


Wang Tai Hotel good place with a nice swimming pool and little gym and a decent buffet breakfast. Price about 900 baht a night.
http://www.sawadee.com/hotel/677803-rates.html

Re: Seatran Ferry tickets to Ko Samui from Surat Thani train station

by Limclarence

Thanks guys for your help! Really appreciate it! :)

Travel Tips for Ko Samui

Elephant football

by phil_uk_net

These kids working at one of the elephant camps were practising their football skills. The elephant was quite useful too, a good target man but kept getting caught offside. It was rumoured that Glen Roeder was taking a look at him to replace Les Ferdinand next season.

Tranquility at a fishing village in Bophut

by balisunshine

This charming village
on the northern side of Ko Samui
has renovated old Chinese shop houses to
convert them into restaurants, bars,
shops and guesthouses.

It’s a great spot to stay and idle away
the afternoons at one of its coffee shops,
to buy a fresh baguette at a French bakery shop,
attend the yoga classes & New Age seminars
offered at the Yoga Café,
or even have a romantic dinner.

There are also some agencies that offer
boat rides that depart to the near by islands of
Koh Pha-Ngan and Koh Tao.

The beach itself,
doesn’t have much of a seashore
and the water may be too shallow
for swimming during the dry season,
but the tranquility in this town popular
amongst the French,
has plenty of Zen.

Definitely worth the visit
or the stay.

Hire a 4WD Jeep

by SLLiew

Ko Samui is quite large. But the road system is good and so you can drive around the island stopping at different beaches, temples, waterfalls or pubs.

The rental office required a passport and most of us Malaysians were squeemished about surrendering one of our passports. Finally someone did.

There is a domestic airport is Samui but most tourists are taking the ferry from Surat Thani and some from Cha Am by boat first to Ko Tao and then island hop to Ko Pha Ngan and Ko Samui.

Great Night Out.

by Ree123 about Big John Restaurant

Located next to the beach this restaurant has fantastic sunsets most nights.
The seafood is superb, freshly caught every day. If seafood isn't your thing there's plenty to choose from on the menu from Thai to Eurpoean. It's open all day so you can use their beach and have lunch, maybe see a beach wedding.
They also have a live evening show which is a riot. The restaurant offers a taxi service anywhere on the island at a reduced rate, or free if your staying near. Choose a favourite? Just one? Impossible, but if you twist my arm I'd say the barbecued shrimp, or maybe the lobster, or maybe the silver pomfret with plum sauce, or maybe the thai green curry with chicken, or maybe the pork cordon bleu, or...................

Koh Pangan Full moon party

by nbfi2001

A big beach party, where everyone gets wasted and tipsy, and more often drunk!

A real PARTY place, starts around 11pm and ends at 7am, in Koh Pangan, every full moon night (once a month).

If you happen to enjoy this kind of a scene, go with your friends and get wasted too!

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