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Stayed one night on the side of the street by the lake. Safe and quiet. Asked the owner of a restaurant if we could park, he said no problem.
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I stayed near this point - outside the cafe Maple Tocino, which had great WiFi on all night (bought a pizza for dinner to get the passcode)
This WOULD be a 5 star spot, if it wasn’t for the shocking amount of traffic going past all night. It was a Saturday, so expectedly busy - but I was genuinely surprised at just how many cars and motorbikes were just doing laps of the island all evening, plus lots of tuktuks and foot traffic. It was crazy loud from about 6pm-midnight, although I didn’t hear music from any bars.. And then at like 5:30am some guys were awake, chatting loudly on the balcony above me, and chain smoking cigarettes by the smell of it. It would have been fine if I’d had ear plugs, but was a total pain to have to listen all evening and morning.
Anyways, it was still nice to go swimming right there.. the sunset was gorgeous, and having fast WiFi mostly made up for the noise. Can’t really complain for a free spot eh!Report Check-In