Gulf of Siam

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Noun1.Gulf of Siam - an arm of the South China Sea between Indochina and the Malay Peninsula
South China Sea - a tropical arm of the Pacific Ocean near southeastern Asia subject to frequent typhoons
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To begin with, he was more than five years older than myself at a time of life when five years really do count, I being twenty-nine and he thirty-four; then, on our first leaving port (I don't see why I should make a secret of the fact that it was Bangkok), a bit of manoeuvring of mine amongst the islands of the Gulf of Siam had given him an unforgettable scare.
The only part I was a stranger to was the Gulf of Siam. And I mentioned this to Captain Giles.
And then I was left alone with my ship, anchored at the head of the Gulf of Siam.
Here by the Gulf of Siam, the dominant element is the Chee Chan Buddha, whose serene likeness has been carved into a limestone escarpment some 110 meters high.
The resort is regarded as the top dining spot on the Island of Samui and with views across the Gulf of Siam that are nothing short of jaw-dropping.
The trade links grew considerably during the Pala and Chola periods, and by the 11th century Rajendra Chola and Suryavarman I were controlling the trade in the Gulf of Siam. The epigraphic records of the period attest to the friendly trade relationship between the two regions.
In the novella it is the precise latitude in the Gulf of Siam where the old captain was buried at sea and where--according to the superstitious chief-mate Burns--the sailing ship must pass to secure a favorable wind.
We flew the very unconventional star Kalki Kochelin to the absolutely stunning island of Koh Kood, in the Gulf of Siam, to experience some barefoot luxury at the Soneva Kiri Resort.
It would be another century before Srivijaya could do so in the Gulf of Siam. Put differently, Srivijaya's success in its interactions with China, which was clearly maritime-based and economic, did not immediately translate to a successful extension of its regional geopolitical boundaries.
The depletion of oil reserves onshore and in shallow waters, such as Gulf of Siam bordering Vietnam and Thailand, is driving Asian countries to explore for new resources in deeper offshore areas close to common borders.
From Koh Samui I headed across the Gulf of Siam to the royal city of Hua Hin, the backdrop for another big player in Thailand's spa scene, Chiva-Som'
The cruiser, Minor Affair, may be chartered by resort guests for private cruises around the Gulf of Siam, in Thailand.