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The Definitive Survival Guide to the Full Moon Party

понедельник, 14 апреля 2014 г. 14:17:00 Europe/London

Fun at the Full Moon Party

Our definitive survival guide to the Full Moon Party gives you the lowdown on how to have the night of your life and stay safe at the legendary Ko Phangan beach bash.

What to take to the Full Moon Party

Cash. There's a small (100 baht) entrance fee if you're arriving by boat, and if you're getting a taxi back to your hotel you'll need to set the fare aside too.

Then there's spending money for the party itself. On the beach, buckets - the Full Moon Party's infamous cocktail of spirits, mixer and sometimes energy drinks - will set you back a couple of hundred baht each. (All that fluid has to go somewhere, so don't forget 10-20 baht per trip to the bathroom!)

Next up: what to leave behind. Our def...

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0 Comments | Опубликовано в Travel Tips & Advice By Sarah James

TripAdvisor Reviews On Koh Samui - Should You Trust Them?

вторник, 8 апреля 2014 г. 14:14:09 Europe/London

Tripadvisor Koh Samui

On TripAdvisor, Koh Samui's hotels and attractions are ranked and reviewed by tens of thousands of travellers each year. Whether you're looking for the lowdown on luxury accommodation or planning an off-the-beaten track itinerary for you and your backpack, the site promises to give you the scoop from a whole community of online reviewers who have been there and done that. It's a brilliant concept, but can you really trust what you're reading?

With any review site, there's potential for gaming the system. Those with a stake in the tourism trade are wiseing up to the impact that social media can have on their business, and there's always the possibility that some of those glowing five star writ...

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0 Comments | Опубликовано в Travel Tips & Advice Frequently Asked Questions By Sarah James

Thai BBQ Koh Samui - Moo Ka Ta Bophut is a Real Thai Dining Experience

понедельник, 8 апреля 2013 г. 17:52:09 Europe/London

Thai BBQ skillet

The Thai BBQ near Bophut temple is a local gem in Koh Samui, frequented by Thai's & expats alike but rarely sees tourists. Thai BBQ in Thai is pronounced as moo-gra-tha or moo-ka-ta, which means pork skillet and offers an authentic Thai dining experience on a budget.

Essentially moo ka ta is a combination of a hotpot and BBQ. Basically, its a dome shaped pan with a rim around the edge over hot coal, which is placed in the middle of a table (usually for up to 4 people) that you share to cook the food you want. The idea is the middle is used for cooking meat and the rim for vegetables, noodle and soup (and anything else you want to boil, e.g. egg or shrimp). For those who have had Korean BBQ, i...

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0 Comments | Опубликовано в Travel Tips & Advice Restaurants & Bars By Stephen Dalton

Top 10 Things To Do in Koh Samui for an Unforgettable Thailand Holiday

воскресенье, 24 марта 2013 г. 14:15:00 Europe/London

There are many things to do in Koh Samui! With so many attractions & activities not of them could make it into our list of top 10 things to do in Koh Samui but here is what we think you should while you are here:

Kayaking tours to Ang Thong Marine Park

1. Go Kayaking at Ang Thong National Marine Park

Visiting Ang Thong Marine National Park is at the top of our top 10 things to do in Koh Samui list.  A stunning archipelago of 42 islands, Ang Thong (or “Golden Basin” in Thai) is located only a short boat trip from Koh Samui.  The national park’s main islands include Wua Chiom, Wua Ta Lap, Paluay and Koh Mae Koh, which feature hidden lagoons, dramatic limestone cliff faces, secluded beaches and fascinating caves.  One of the most notab...

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