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8 Thailand Villas With a View

15 February 2015
We have selected 8 Thailand Villas with amazing views ready and waiting to book for your dream holiday in one of these beautiful villas in Koh Samui, Phuket, Krabi or Koh Phangan. Thailand has some beautiful scenery and many of the villas in Thailand have been built in the best spots to offer stunning views to those who choose to book their holiday villa and enjoy the panoramic views on offer. We have listed below 8 villas we feel does justice to the images in our portfolio of villas in Koh Samui, Phuket, Krabi and Koh Phangan....
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Best Koh Samui Villas on the Beach

30 August 2015
Thailand Retreats have put together a list of some of the best Koh Samui beach villas we recommend for a dream Koh Samui holiday If you want to stay on Koh Samui, you are literally spoilt for choice when it comes to accommodation. If you like to get up in the morning and simply pad barefoot from bed to a lounger on the sugary white sand, you’ll want to choose a beachfront villa. There are plenty of amazing villas to choose on the Thailand Retreats website and this is by no means an exhaustive list, but we’ve been checking out accommodation on this island for a long time now and would highly recommend all of the following for some beachfront bliss. Each has something special to offer....
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Dining on Koh Samui

12 October 2014
Thailand Retreats recommends some special fine dining restaurants serving international cuisine in perfect locations on the island of Koh Samui As the accommodation on Koh Samui has become more sophisticated, so have the opportunities for dining out. There are fantastic restaurants and fine dining opportunities all over Koh Samui. It's been hard to choose, but we have listed below some of our favourites. 9 places to fine dine....
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Family Holiday to Koh Samui

10 April 2015
All you need to know when visiting Koh Samui for a Family Holiday Koh Samui is really a wonderful place for families to visit. Travelling with children can be a real adventure in more ways than one. Koh Samui has plenty of activities to keep all ages of children entertained, from butterfly gardens to ziplining. Of course, there is ample opportunity for the whole family to unwind too. You'll find some of the most idyllic beaches around. Locals are very friendly and families will receive a warm Thai welcome, with children showered with attention. In this guide we have rounded up our family friendly highlights, plus practical hints and tips to help you prepare and make sure your holiday runs smoothly....
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Private Villa Weddings in Koh Samui

10 June 2016
Getting married in a private beach villa in Koh Samui The beautiful views, pristine white sand beaches, swaying palm trees and sweet sunsets have long been luring couples to spend some romantic time together in Koh Samui. In recent years, it has become increasingly popular as the destination of choice for a tropical overseas wedding. As brides to be and their grooms seek out a private location in which to get wed, our villas have become increasingly popular as a private wedding venue choice. ...
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Songkran Festival 2015

26 March 2015
 Why not travel to Thailand for Songkran Festival 2015?  - the Thai New Year ? It's a great time to visit Thailand, but prepare to get soaked The Songkran Festival is also known as the traditional Thai New Year or the Thailand Water Festival. The Songkran 2015 festival will take place April 12th through to the 15th. The word Songkran translates as 'the passing of'. The traditional celebrations involve Thai people sprinkling water on their family members and revered elders for good fortune, to show respect and receive their blessing. Homes, gardens and images of Buddha are given a good clean during this time. Many towns and cities will parade images from local Wats in the streets. Water and jasmine flowers will be thrown over the images to pay respect to Buddha. People will also prepare food to give to monks and temples for merit making. Today though, the tradition has evolved into a large nationwide festival involving huge water fights....
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