On the eastern part of Koh Samui is Chaweng Beach, about 6 km long. It got its name from the lake of the same name, located nearby. This place will appeal to lovers of parties and noisy holidays. Those seeking solitude should look for another haven.
A significant feature of Chaweng is its location. An airport was built in the immediate vicinity. When it was erected, no one assumed that over time beach life would evolve in this part of the island. About once every 30 minutes, sunbathers can enjoy the beauty of airliners taking off and landing over their heads.
HOW TO GET TO CHAWENG?
The most convenient way to get from the airport. There is a taxi stand where you can order a car, there are also minibuses that run on schedule. All rates are fixed. Continue reading
Phuket is one of the best Thai resorts, offering a lot of options for a pleasant pastime. The island offers its guests chic beaches, spa treatments, thematic shows in various institutions, shops, restaurants.
Snorkeling is popular among tourists of all ages, regardless of their social status. The entire coastline of Phuket is suitable for exploring the ichthyofauna with fins and mask, however, some beaches offer especially picturesque underwater views. Watch a video from snorkeling in Phuket:
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This 200-meter beach is located in the southwest of Phuket, near Nai Harn. Ao San is considered one of Continue reading
Today, Cambodia is popular among tourists who want to add a little spicy exotic to a chic vacation in Southeast Asia. The beaches in the Khmer kingdom are not inferior in beauty to Vietnamese and Thai, but the infrastructure is poorly developed. The indecently low prices for food, drinks and accommodation compensate for all the inconvenience. Here are the best resorts worth visiting.
The city is located in the north of the country. People come here to enjoy the beauty of the temple complex of Angkor Wat. Siem Reap was founded in 802 and repeatedly changed its name. In the 16th century, he received a name that has survived to this day, which in translation from Khmer means “Siam defeated.” Continue reading