Friday, 15 July 2016
Blue Vanilla opens a new shop in Fisherman's Village
Blue Vanilla opens a new shop in Fisherman's Village and it's already the third outlet of Blue Vanilla in Fisherman's Village, with another one at Central Festival in Chaweng and one more Blue Vanilla outlet can be found at Big Buddha.
Blue Vanilla opens a new shop in Fisherman's Village; view on their goodies
The new outlet in Fisherman's Village has the usual high standard of souvenirs and merchandise that you can expect from the Blue Vanilla crew by now and to top things off, there's also a nice bar, which at a later time may be used to serve alcohol as well. For the time being it will be coffee and juices only and not to forget their homemade cheesecakes.
Blue Vanilla opens a new shop in Fisherman's Village; view coming in from the road
Opening times are from 11am to 11pm, except the shop at Big Buddha, which opens at 8am and closes at 7pm.
Friendly service and staff are guaranteed and you will be able to find something different to bring home as a good remembrance to your Koh Samui visit, something that can be funny, cute or nice and is different including Thai food items, that stands out against the usual and standard type of souvenir that you can find almost everywhere else.
Blue Vanilla opens a new shop in Fisherman's Village; Front view
Have a look at the growing Blue Vanilla emporium and enjoy their ambiance and wide range of souvenirs and tidbits on offer, it's well worth a peek into their shops.
Blue Vanilla opens a new shop in Fisherman's Village; the beachfront apartment, have a look at AirBNB or book directly with them
Congratulations to Blue Vanilla with another outlet and make sure to drop by. In my opinion Blue Vanilla is a great addition and brings a nice variation to what is on offer on Koh Samui with some original ideas and ambiance.
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