Thailand became a popular tourist spot during the 1960s, when the Americans were looking for the place for the perfect vacation after the Vietnam War. They found Thailand and thought its beaches were simply divine and immaculate, pristine as if it has never been seen by human eyes before. And the Americans have never looked back since. Today, Thailand is still a popular location for some rest and recuperation, although its clientele are no longer limited to Americans. In fact, according to the World Tourism ranking in 2006, it is the 18th most visited country. It attracts more than 13 million visitors a year; not a feat considering that France, the most visited country, attracts around 70 million. Even those from Asia are charmed by the beauty of Thailand; in fact, Malaysians and Japanese are among the nationalities that frequent this country. Thailand’s main attraction is Bangkok, due to its natural, cultural, and historical attractions. But their beaches are also wildly popular, of course.

Chaweng Regent Beach Resort, Koh Samui

But there is Thailand beyond Bangkok, believe it or not. Koh Samui, the country’s largest island, is known and much visited because of its beaches. Specifically, the Chaweng Beach in this island is famed and arguably one of the most visited in the country. Vibrant and lively, this beach is exciting because, besides from the beach, it is near several entertainment establishments, shopping centers, and restaurants.

The Chaweng Regent Beach Resort is perhaps one of the best places to enjoy the much wanted rest and recuperation. During this time, one would want to get away from it all by staying in an inviting and relaxing environment (such as a beach resort). However, at this day and age, one cannot afford to be completely out of the loop. This is why the Chaweng Regent Beach Resort is a perfect vacation spot. The pristine, immaculate beaches Thailand is partly known for are ever present in Chaweng Regent Beach Resort. But despite the almost virginal atmosphere, Chaweng Regent Beach Resort is still in touch with the rest of the world (the entertainment centers and establishments are a testament to that)

Chaweng Regent Beach Resort, Koh Samui

The rooms are classified as usual: the superior rooms and deluxe rooms, the premier rooms, and the Royal Suites. All rooms have the usual comforts of big hotels in big cities: cable television, a direct-dial telephone, air-conditioning, and other amenities. The designs of the rooms reflect the light and easy aura of the resort. This way, the relaxation does not end when the rest are out of the beach and in their rooms, as it becomes an extension of the experience.

Chaweng Regent Beach Resort, Koh Samui

The guests wouldn’t even have to go out of the resort to fully enjoy the experience. Chaweng Regent Beach Resort has the complete establishments to make anyone’s stay comfortable and convenient. There’s the Chomtalay Restaurant, for instance, located on the beach. The restaurant is an open-air affair (with roof) that’s open from morning till 11 in the evening. The Chomtalay serves international and Thai cuisine, as well a special seafood items. The Red Snapper Pub and Restaurant, on the other hand, serves a wide range of dishes, from Thai to European. There’s also the Beach and the Garden Pool Bar, for those who want to enjoy food and drinks while enjoying the sun. Adding to the pleasures of staying at the Chaweng Regent Beach Resort is the resort’s Escape Spa, with its state of the art equipment (complete with steam rooms, Jacuzzis, and hydrotherapy barhs, among others) and its well-trained staff.

With these, it is already clear why Chaweng Regent Beach Resort is a favorite not just in the Koh Samui area. Chaweng Regent Beach Resort has everything Thailand can offer—and more.

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