Girls Tips to Stay Safety in Budget Hotels on Koh Samui

It is inevitably that tons of multi-national people are attracted to Koh Samui as its nature has to offer; beautiful white sandy beach paradise Island. Being a young girl travelling and choose to stay in budget hotels on Koh Samui requires numerous safety tips.

As you are a young girl and probably if happens that god has given you an extra good looking physical appearance, then you should have more cautions for living around on Koh Samui at these inexpensive or budget hotels.

In some cases, of course, some young girls might lucky enough to have more dollars to spend on their shelter options. But for some who do not, then these good tips will aid enhancing your holiday as a memorable one rather than a nightmare one.

For you girls, the first tip is to stay away from the first floor of the budget hotels. Samui is a paradise island for everyone, and this is applied for burglars around the hotel too. So, never stay on the first level of a hotel room is a wise advice for you. The hotel rooms on the first level for all hotels, particularly budget ones, are more unstable to ‘uninvited’ guests.

Your hotel keys should actually never have room number attached on it. If you are staying in some budget hotels that they print room number on the keys, then you should be aware of it. Do not lose your keys, many thieves will know exactly where you are staying and get into your room very easily. Some budget hotels on Koh Samui have electronic keycards like Chaweng Tara Hotel at Chaweng Noi, or you can simply leave your key at reception.

You must always have the hotels key in handy when you are approaching your hotel room. The budget hotels in Samui are not all scary and unsafe. But safety first rule is always applied for young girls staying whether alone or in groups. The very few seconds it takes to find your key in the wallet might increase more chances and time to attackers to catch you off guard.

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