Koh Samui Island

General info about Koh Samui and its region: history, climate, accommodation...

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    Koh Samui Island

    Located off the stunning Southwestern Gulf Coast, Koh Samui, Koh Pha-Ngan and Koh Tao are three of the most famous destinations in Thailand.

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    An old, well known destination

    Koh Samui Resort is the oldest holiday island of Thailand, offering a variety of choices to its visitors and a warming welcome to everyone.

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    Ang Thong National Marine Park

    This 42 island archipelago boasts of having the most wonderful, pristine beaches in the region and an interesting range of species such as otters, crab-eating monkeys, bats...

Koh Samui is a very popular island in Southwest Thailand.

Koh Samui Thai and the islands, is a country which leaves a strong footprint on your memories once you come and visit it. Koh Samui and its beautiful surroundings will captivate you and your family as it is a perfect destination for those who visit Thailand with children.

Getting to Samui Resort Island is fairly easy. There's an airport nearby Hat Chaweng, offering regular flights to Bangkok, Phuket and Pattaya. There are also flights to Krabi on the weekends. Make sure to book your ticket within some weeks in advance during the high season, as flights are often fully booked.

It is also easy to get Koh Samui tour by boat from the mainland piers in Surat Thani: Ao Ban Don, Tha Thong and Don Sak.

Koh Samui Thailand Island is the largest and most populated area in the Mu Koh Samui archipelago. With an area of 228 square kilometres, it is 25 kilometres long at its widest point. According to 2012 data, Samui region and its 80 small islands are inhabited by 62,500 people.

The island of Koh Samui is home for some five hundred resorts. Although this can keep away those looking for the genuine Thai countryside, the truth is that Koh Samui has a rich mixture of history, culture and recreation activities such as diving and hiking.

Hat Chaweng and Hat Lamai, on the east coast of the island, are undoubtedly the most popular beaches of Koh Samui. However, many visitors love to get around and explore the northern and southern beaches.

Enjoy the beautiful landscapes and everything of Koh Samui Island has to offer to you and your family.

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Koh Samui has been for many years a top destination for families and overseas tourists in Thailand.

Enjoy the rich history of Koh Samui and this fascinating region of Thailand.