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foodntravel123 wrote a review Mar 2017
Prague, Czech Republic21 contributions9 helpful votes
We stayed at Aosi Bungalows right at the Aosi beach. It was very nice, and very very few people, if any at all. Perfect.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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chocdikrab wrote a review Mar 2017
Frankfurt, Germany3,472 contributions408 helpful votes
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ao si was without question a highlight during our one-week-stop in koh jum. the beach is in the center of the westcoast line of koh jum and is easy reachable thru the resorts, which are located in the lush vegetation in the back of ao si beach. we stayed a whole day there and we were nearly alone. it was very quiet and relaxed and it had a lot of fun in the water, because it was windy from the seaside and the waves were high. some beachwalkers came along and a few other visitors were spreaded in other shady zones of the beach...enough silence to read a book or to let dangle the soul. shady spaces are available in the center of the beach under old huge trees near the lo-ma bar. ao si beach is fine sandy and interrupt from big rocks in the center and slopes not so gently to the sea. children should go swimming only under observation. ao si is a beach were it is possible to swim during high and low tide, what is not usual on koh jum. at ting rai bay or luboa beach for example it is not possible to swim during low tide. we can recomment ao si very much for relaxing in silence or in dialogue with the nature. the place is peaceful and very natural. we had a great day there and when we are back in koh jum we will go there again a one or two lazy afternoons.
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Date of experience: February 2017
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Oona O wrote a review Jul 2014
Southern Finland, Finland37 contributions9 helpful votes
Lovely, nice and very quiet beach. There were only 4 resorts/hotels on the beach at the time and the beach is 1,5km long, so lots and lots of space to enjoy the peaceful atmosphere of the island. At low tide the beach is mostly very rocky, but that didn't bother us at all, there are actually teeny tiny tidal pools in between the big rocks when the water is low and our almost 3-year-old daughter enjoyed those very much. :)
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Date of experience: March 2014
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chocdikrab wrote a review Jan 2014
Frankfurt, Germany3,472 contributions408 helpful votes
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ao si beach is beneath luboa beach the most lively beach in the nothern part of koh jum/koh pu. the ting rai village is not far and it is easy to find shops, taxis and motorcicles there. the beach itself is beautiful and slopes gently to the sea....perfect for families with small children. sometimes big rocks interrupt the beach, but it is everytime possible to go swim...what is not usual on koh jum. the beach offers a lot of shady places and the djungle comes close to beach. some middleclass resorts...mostly hidden in the forest and a few beachbars make the sunset time and the following night without question more interessting than on other beaches on the island. we can recomment ao si beach very much, we had a great time there.
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Date of experience: December 2013
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