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beeliar, Australia, Australia

Restaurants in Koh Samui
Restaurants in Koh Samui

beeliar, Australia -- Nov 18, 2012 / (http://www.myprgenie.com) -- Koh Samui is Thailand's second largest island with the white sand beaches, abundant natural resources, coral reefs and coconut beaches. Not so long (around four decades) ago, the island did not even had the roads and it used to take the whole-day trek through the mountainous central jungles. But today, the island has its own airport with flights running daily from Bangkok and nearby Islands. The resorts are so grandly built, along the beaches, that there is no need of stepping out of the resort. All the facilities are made available in the resort, even the private beaches that the nature comes to the room to make the holiday completely rejuvenating.

Food is the most essential part of human's existence and it becomes even more important on a holiday. What's a holiday without good food? And Koh Samui presents itself for anyone from round the globe to provide the all the international cuisines in the most artistic manner. So lay out in the sun, near or far from the resort, the food is available in the form of five-star restaurants to hawkers selling it around the beaches on the little vans.

The dishes that the locales' relish includes: Indian-style Muslim curry (massaman), rice noodles in fish curries sauce (Khanom chin) and chicken biryani. In general, Southern Thai food is renowned for its spiciness. Much of the cuisine has its origins in Malay, Indonesian and Indian food. Local food products of Ko Samui and Surat Thani province include salted eggs and rambutan.

It's heavenly to visit the tropical climate, during winters in Europe or elsewhere, white sand beaches, crystal clear water to jump in anytime, green and big coconut and pine trees, coral reefs, sunny days, tasty cocktails and amazing food to add as cherry on the cake (Koh Samui).

Get more information from here: http://www.welovekohsamui.com/things-to-do-on-kohsamui/activities/restaurants/

Contact: michelleclark michelleclark, michelleclark12313@gmail.com, 0438387706

Category: Travel
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Weblinks: http://www.welovekohsamui.com/


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