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LOOK: Rhian Ramos vacations in dad’s Thai resort before it’s sold

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LOOK: Rhian Ramos vacations in dad’s Thai resort before it’s sold

/ 07:52 AM March 29, 2017

Howell suite 🙆

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Rhian Ramos took a short “staycation” at her father’s resort in Thailand before it was closed to be sold to another buyer.

The 26-year-old actress-host teased her fans with Instagram pictures and clips of Hotel Montra Samui on Koh Samui, the second-largest island in the country.

Ramos also spent part of her leisure time with her father, Gareth Howell, at the Lamai beach and at the Howell Suites.

“Here’s a one minute tour of my dad’s resort that we’re saying bye bye to this weekend,” she captioned her video, where she filmed every corner of the property and the miniature swimming pool.

“Thanks for all the happy memories, Montra,” she captioned one of her posts. “Here’s a last little look. And now, property for sale…Let me know if you wanna buy a resort.”

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Dad's from the west side and i never knew.

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Going for the world record on "longest amount of time spent doing nothing." Swimsuit – @getspottedshop

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Ramos, whose real name is Rhian Denise Ramos Howell, currently hosts the GMA leisure show “Taste Buddies” and previously starred in the Metro Manila Film Festival entry “Saving Sally.”  Gianna Francesca Catolico /ra

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