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Morning Gents

 

On my next trip in June looking to break up Patts with a few days in Koh Chang. I realise it's low season, may be rainy and that talent may be hit and miss.

 

Can anyone give personal experience of either Kacha Resort or Chang Buri which I understand are both near/on the beach (although rocky end) and near small beer bar area. Most importantly are they girl friendly. Have e-mailed both but just got room offers back.

 

Thanks in advance for any advice.

 

Rattlin

 

 

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They are, it will be rainy, and talent is hit-and-miss. I stayed in a bungalo in Kacha and in the main building at Chon Buri, it's right next to the main bar area and Kacha is just down the block. They're OK but I prefer better accommodations when I visit the island.

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I stayed at paddy palms in koh chang lovely hotel. irish bar food is amazing to. and has a bar complex right next to it bars right opposite to. right next to shops 7/11 they hire out scoters to. the hotel is very girl friendly and lovely rooms ill deffo be returning

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Thanks Gents

 

I've read your TR Piece. Using this as a mid Pattaya break so want somewhere quiet but also want the option of some beer bars if the fancy takes me. I saw the resorts you stayed at are not on White Sands which from what I can see has about the only beer bar area so ruled them out as only planning on walking anywhere of an evening.

 

Never ridden a scooter in my life and not planning on learning in Thailand so thanks for the suggestion Cabbie but may use one of your local namesakes.

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I'm looking at these hotels too for my upcoming trip.

I've emailed them both about their joiner policy but they've not replied.

Anyone know if they are girl friendly?

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If you are not scared of driving a rent motorbike on KC why not have a look at koh chang thai garden hill resort on chai chet cape between klong prao beach and white sand beach., only a 5 minute drive with motorbike from the beerbars on white sand beach and in front of the hotel there are +- 10 beerbars inwalking distance aswell.

room also cheaper too as kacha or buri and nice swimming pool !

A good girl gives you happiness and a bad girl gives you experience both are essential in life so enjoy every girlfriend!

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If you are not scared of driving a rent motorbike on KC why not have a look at koh chang thai garden hill resort on chai chet cape between klong prao beach and white sand beach., only a 5 minute drive with motorbike from the beerbars on white sand beach and in front of the hotel there are +- 10 beerbars inwalking distance aswell.

room also cheaper too as kacha or buri and nice swimming pool !

Many thanks for your advice.

Sadly I'm terrified of motorbikes!

I've just booked the Top Resort in White Sands as I didn't hear anything from the others.

It has great Trip Advisor reports and they have confirmed they are girl friendly.

Any PA members stayed there?

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Definitely have a meal at Paul's restaurant @ Top resort, a great german restaurant !

Too bad you don't like motorbike's as it is truly a magnifent way of exploring the Island. And there are many great bars and restaurants @ other beaches as WSB and only depending on songthaews in KC is not only more expensive but a lot harder as a motorbike.

Personally i have driven motorbike and car all over Thailand (Pattaya, Bangkok, Hua Hin, ChiangMai, Samui, Phuket, Isaan ...) and if you use a defensive drivestyle it is pretty much the same a in Europe, Belgium for me.

A good girl gives you happiness and a bad girl gives you experience both are essential in life so enjoy every girlfriend!

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Definitely have a meal at Paul's restaurant @ Top resort, a great german restaurant !

Too bad you don't like motorbike's as it is truly a magnifent way of exploring the Island. And there are many great bars and restaurants @ other beaches as WSB and only depending on songthaews in KC is not only more expensive but a lot harder as a motorbike.

Personally i have driven motorbike and car all over Thailand (Pattaya, Bangkok, Hua Hin, ChiangMai, Samui, Phuket, Isaan ...) and if you use a defensive drivestyle it is pretty much the same a in Europe, Belgium for me.

Thanks for your help.

I'm thinking about hiring a car for a day or two...I've done that in Samui in the past.

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