07 April 2009

Koh Samui 13-17Mar 09: Day 4 Part II

Pool in the Pool Villa, Landscape of Six Senses Hideaway Samui, In-villa dining

Exploring the outdoor pool area.

One level down from living area, door leading to the pool. To the right, it leads to the bathroom.

The pool is surprisingly big and depth is 1.5m.
Sala overlooking the ocean. Great for lazing while enjoying the gentle breeze.
Reckon our pool villa offers one of the best view, without any block from buildings or trees.
Clear, clean pool
Sunbathing by the 'infinity' pool.

Simply breathtaking.
We spared no time to change into our bathing suits and plunged into the cool waters! The convenience of a pool villa, no need to bring along barang barang to the main pool. Lots of privacy as well.
After a good swim, we decided to explore the resort a bit.
Wooden signages.
Pavilions for guests while waiting for buggy service.
Drinks on the hill.
Free wi-fi service available here.
Overlooking Chill On The Hill. Supposedly the best spot to catch the sunset while enjoying free cocktail from 5.30pm to 6pm. Unfortunately it was too cloudy for a nice sunset.

Day beds for guests to lounge about.
The cocktail hour is what the resort calls 'Meet the management session'. Guests would gather and some staff would be around to chat with the guests.

Since it was just about time, we decided to try the cocktail and hang around for a while. Pop corn was solved, very interesting combination.

Activity Centre, next to Chill on the Hill.

Lots of activities planned for guests. Too bad we didn't have time to try any of these.
Lots of literature for reading pleasure. DVDs are also available for loan.

Dining on the Hill.
We were considering whether to have dinner at Dining On The Hill, went to take a look at the buffet spread which looked tantalising!
But we weren't feeling hungry, decided to head back to the villa for a rest first.
And I fell asleep promptly on the comfy bed =p
When I woke up, was too lazy to go out for dinner. How about in-villa dining then?
Still wasn't very hungry, so went light. Club Sandwich for hubby.
Chicken satay with peanut sauce for me. The meat was really well marinated with whiff of lemon grass and very succulent and tender! One of the best satay I ate.
Dessert, sticky glutinous rice with banana, mango and vanilla ice cream as sides. Nice!
After the simple but delicious late night dinner, soaked in the sunken bath then lazed around till we slowly drifted to sleep.

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