Sunset Beach House Thailand

We went on a seven days tour to Thailand earlier this year. Our first two days were in Phuket and remaining we planned to spend in Laem Sor. We stayed at Sunset Beach House.

We had heard some very good reviews about Sunset Beach House Thailand. This property location was quiet amazing just 1 minute walk from the beach.

It is located in Laem Sor, about 37 km away from Ko Phangan. The nearest airport is Samui Airport.

We had some really great experience in this property. They offered us free WiFi and Parking. The rooms were quiet airy and bathrooms were very neat and tidy.

Sunset Beach House room had a flatron TV screen, the kitchen was installed with stove, coffee machine and kettle. They also had all the bathroom accessories but we like to travel with our own stuff.

We watched some of the most amazing sunsets right from the beautiful big beachfront balcony. It was sad to know that the beach area was not for swimming. But we were able to find some of the most amazing swimming areas just 5 minutes away from the house.

The house is very cozy and roomy. The balcony is very large from where some the most amazing beach views and sunsets can be seen.

There is a small garden at the back side of the house as well. This house can accommodate 4 persons.

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20 comments

    1. It sure was awesome Ariel. You should definitely visit Thailand. In case of any help or recommendations don’t hesitate to ask us 🙂 Happy Traveling!!

  1. Sunset beach house sounds awesome! Many of my friends have visited Thailand but I’m yet to make the trip. I’m hoping to have an amazing experience there. 🤞

  2. Pretty cool how the room had a kitchen installed. We visit many places in the US and you simply do not find kitchens in your room. Most of the hotels want you to buy the food they sell. I think this is awesome though, because we love to cook. Thanks for sharing and I’d love to hear more about what you did out there for 7 days!

  3. Thai hospitalilty is simply top notch. Having braved the conventional hotels all my life while trsvelling, it comes as a breather that these kind of new-age hotels too exist. It’s akin to bringing your home with you to a different place in some sense.

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