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5 of the Best Thailand Villas with a Chef

16 October 2018
Thailand Villas with a chef service. 5 of the Best The best things about staying in a villa for your holiday to Thailand is the seclusion and privacy you will receive compared with a stay in a hotel.However the thought of cooking your own food may not be the best thing to look forward to. Fret not. Many villas in the Thailand Retreats portfolio come with their own private chef service so you can enjoy authentic Thai dishes or a Western favourite. ...
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Category: Villas

5 Peaceful Beaches on Koh Samui

16 July 2018
A recommendation of 5 of the peaceful beaches in Koh Samui that you will find off the beaten track and away from the crowds Visitors to Koh Samui seeking quiet peaceful solitude in a tropical beach paradise may not find exactly what they are looking for in popular, bustling Chaweng. If you are looking for something a little more secluded and chilled, you can escape to these quieter, but still beautiful, beach areas. There are several areas on Koh Samui where you can simply relax and rejuvenate on a peaceful beach surrounded by just a few luxury villas and beachfront restaurants. There are several quieter beaches that are off the beaten track. Here are some of our top picks:...
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Category: Koh Samui Beaches

Kata Beach and Kata Noi Beach, Phuket 2018

15 May 2018
An insight into the differences between Kata Beach and Kata Noi Beach Kata is a popular and friendly beach destination. The palm-lined backdrop, golden sand, dazzling clear water and the endless array of activities on offer make this area a splendid choice for an exceptional holiday. Kata boasts two contrasting beaches from the commercial beach in Kata town to the chill out vibe of the quieter Kata Noi Beach....
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Chinese New year Celebrations in Koh Samui

04 February 2018
Chinese New Year Celebrations in Koh Samui The Chinese New Year is celebrated enthusiastically throughout Thailand. Koh Samui attracts a large number of visitors to enjoy the festivities alongside their time basking in the island’s incredible natural beauty. The celebration is a positive cultural highlight on Koh Samui’s calendar with activities centring on the island’s temples, beaches and main towns. Chinese New Year is not a designated national holiday but many Chinese-owned businesses will close to mark the occasion. Many of the islanders have strong ancestral connections to the Chinese mainland and look to their historical connection at this moment. Eager tourists will come to Koh Samui to enjoy the celebrations at the numerous parties, parades and events across the island. ...
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Category: Festivals
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