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Hot beach and a good time

  • bumbly

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    2nd February, 2011
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    So I made it to Bangkok and as much as I thought I had planned and researched, I really have no idea where to go to meet with hot sunshine and beach weather for the next week.

    Its mid-March and we are getting mixed reviews from locals on where the best location is to enjoy some bathing suit weather, cheap accomodations and fun in the evenings with some good dancing and a chance to meet with young people our age.

    We oringally planned to go to the East Coast, but apparently, the South is better right now at this time of year(thats what the locals are saying) .

    Does anyone have any good suggestions? We are looking for the best of all worlds, less "You want to buy, yes?" and more inviting comfort on a hot beach with a cocktail??

    Any suggestions are helpful, thank-you!

    #1 Posted: 16/3/2011 - 18:39

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  • swag

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    Check out the info here on Koh Chang east coast or Koh Lanta south coast. Have stayed on both in mid march and weather was great.Don't let the locals put you off,just go.
    cheers

    #2 Posted: 17/3/2011 - 05:20

  • chriswotton

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    East and south will both be good - Koh Samet in the east or Koh Pha Ngan in the south would be my choices, the latter particularly if you want a party - full moon is this week!

    #3 Posted: 19/3/2011 - 17:31

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