Ban Samet Hill
Guesthouse | 53 Moo 4 Koh Samet, Banphe Rayong 21160, Koh Samet, Thailand 21160
9 out of 14 customers would recommend this property
Recent review (12/02/2011)
Marcela Nemcova thinks…
"We loved this place! Clean, near the port, near to the beaches and veeeery nice owner, who were very helpful and nice to us :) I would recommend this place fot independent travellers"Read all Ban Samet Hill reviews
- Air Conditioning
- Lounge area
- Internet / Wi-Fi
- 24 hour reception
- 24 hour hot showers
- Tours/Travel Desk
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About Ban Samet Hill
Some rooms also provide a panoramic view of the sea and strait between the Koh Samet Island and the main land.
It is only one minute to walk to Ao Pacha beach, and five minutes walk to Saikeaw beach.
We have five Deluxe A/C Room, with Queen size bed, TV, Fridge, Hot shower, Free internet. They can be booked as either single or doubles.
We have also one Deluxe Family Room with King size Bed and Single Bed with TV, Fridge, Hot shower, Free Internet. Sleeps three comfortably.
The island is located about seven kilometers from main land and the Samet beaches are among the best (together with the ones in Krabi) in Thailand.
We provide around island tour and tour to small islands near to kohl same. Koh Talu is one of the unspoiled islands, located at Khao Lam-Ya, Mu Ko Samet national Park, It covers an area of 69 rai, most of area is dense Jungle with a high steep cliff to the west, and clean white sandy beach to the east and the south. The water is so crystal clear it makes it an ideal place for swimming and snorkeling
The island maintains and abundance of natural resources. The cliff was hollowed out (Talu) by the sea, so island was named after it. A better option would be to venture further and explore the island of Koh Man Nai, where a turtle conservation station is set up by H.M. Queen Sirikit. This is followed by island hopping to the virgin islands of Koh Talu and Koh Kudi well known for their underwater coral reefs and fishes.
A better option would be to venture further and explore the island of Koh Man Nai, where a turtle conservation station is set up by H.M. Queen Sirikit. This is followed by island hopping to the virgin islands of Koh Talu and Koh Kudi well known for their underwater coral reefs and fishes.