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Travel with a baby, which beach on Koh Samui?

  • tsargood

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    Hi, I will be traveling in December with a group of 7 , one of which is a 2 year old. We have been looking at Mae Nam beach on Koh Samui. Is there mid range accomodation there that would be ok for a baby? Any recomendations? or maybe another beach would be more suitable? We are not really after the party scene.
    Is there any places where we could rent a house short term with 3 bedrooms without spending too much.
    Any advice would be much appreciated.
    Cheers,
    Tim

    #1 Posted: 4/8/2006 - 17:08

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  • somtam2000

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    Hi Tim,

    You'll come across travellers with rugrats all over Samui, and just about all beaches have something that is pretty baby friendly. On Mae Nam the followiong places jump to mind:

    Mae Nam Resort
    Coco Palm
    Home Bay Resort

    The last of the three is cheaper and not quite so smart. Coco Palm has a pool and a broad range of pricing options (from 900B up) so if some in your party want a cheapie, while others are willing to pay more, it could work.

    If the above are all above your budget, then check out the eastern end of Mae Nam where there's a stack of cheapies, but probably not as suitable for little babies (no hot water in the room etc)

    #2 Posted: 5/8/2006 - 06:51

  • tsargood

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    Thanks Somtam, we might go for a couple of the family bungalows at Mae Nam Resort. Cheers, Tim

    #3 Posted: 5/8/2006 - 20:39

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