Ko Samui - Ko Phan Ngan in 17 days
29th August, 2006
We will be in Thailand in July on our Honeymoon for 3 weeks. We are spending 4 days in bangkok, then fly to Ko Samui. So we have 17 days in the islands.
We want to mix it up between relaxing and lively. We are thinking of going to Chaweng for lively. Then more relaxed for Thing Ta Kien Bay, Choeng Mon Beach and Mae Nam Beach .
These are all relatively close to one another, so relatively easy to get to. We were thinking of Taling Ngam Beach but it looks far away on the map. Is it hard to get from from say either Mae Nam Beach or Thong Ta Kien Bay?
Is this too much moving around for 17 days as we want to go to Ko Phan Ngan also?
Your suggestions of what to do with the 17 days is hugely appreciated as I'm struggling a bit!
#1 Posted: 2/6/2009 - 20:07
Congratulations on taking the big leap...
Maybe you've done all the organising you need to do.
Just get yourself to Ko Samui and take it by ear / smell / whatever from there.
Isn't a honeymoon supposed to be laid back (or something similar)?
If you both feel you want to move on, then move on. If you like some place, stay till it's time to move on.
#2 Posted: 2/6/2009 - 20:25
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