An island full of surprises awaits you. From secret coves to evenings dancing away to the beats of international dance acts, our little island in the Gulf of Thailand promises to deliver everything that you wish for on your escape.
Koh Samui is the third largest island in Thailand and is part of a protected archipelago of some 60 small islands. Just a 45-minute flight from Bangkok and Phuket Island, 1h.45m direct from Singapore, 1h.40m from Malaysia’s capital Kuala Lumpur and Hong Kong is just 3 hours away. This makes Samui a convenient destination both regionally and internationally.
There’s a plethora of attractions and activities to enjoy in Koh Samui, and its surrounding islands. Indulge in a fantastic mix of cultural immersion and adventures in the jungle or at sea.
You may have seen it on your arrival into Samui from the airplane and is well worth a visit. Built in 1972 and is Koh Samui’s most famous temple and home to a 12 metre high Buddha statue.
An archipelago of 40 protected islands and limestone cliffs, and home to turtles, otters, monkeys, sharks, dolphins and much more. Visits here include fantastic diving, snorkelling, kayaking and exploring land of pristine beauty.
Santiburi Samui offers a par-72, 18 hole golf course, truly one of the most beautiful courses in the region and recently voted as the one of the top five golf courses in Thailand.
Walking Street is a vibrant market selling everything from yummy street food, fabulously strong mojitos, arts, crafts, clothing, souvenirs and gadgets. Bophut (Fisherman’s Village) is held each Friday and well worth a visit.
Koh Samui is a boat enthusiast’s paradise! Charter a luxury yacht and splash out in style or get a speedboat out to the islands for snorkelling and a day of fun in the sun.
A visit to this rum distillery is a great way to taste some good rum. The sugar cane used is from Thailand and the rum is offered in lemon, orange, coconut, pineapple and natural flavours.