Super Funky Beach Resort in KOH SAMUI

Newly refurbished resort located on one of Samui’s best hidden beaches called Ban Tai Beach. They’ve done a great job with the renovations, so if you’re looking for somewhere to stay at a reasonable price, Mimosa is absolutely worth considering.

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We’re now heading down Samui’s West Coast and this is a place that’s been refurbished so if you have come here before you might not recognize it I wouldn’t have put it in Teenee before but I will now it’s a place called “Mimosa” and as I chat let me just show you some images of this place it’s right on Ban Thai Beach which is one of Samui’s let’s call it a secret beach one of the Sumuis lesser-known beaches that’s for sure and they’ve done a great job with the renovations in here you can go in they have some nice happy hour I think 4 P.M. onwards you can buy one beer get one free they have some good happy hour stuff they have a pool it’s on a beautiful stretch of sand and this is a place where we just popped by today because friends of ours live in the area and they love coming down here so I wanted to share it with all of you out there in Teenee now now let’s uh just give you a few few visuals and what this place looks like maybe add a little music all right hit it maestro.


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