Koh Samui, Thailand

Koh Samui is the third largest island in Thailand. It is just 21 kilometres at its widest point and 25 at its longest. Its hinterland consists of forests hills of limestone and granite, and the shoreline is made up of countless palm-fringed beaches and bays.

The recommended beaches are Chaweng and Lamai on the east coast, where you can find many accommodations, restaurants and nightspots to suit every taste.

On tha other hand, Bophut and Maenam, the north coast, are calmer. Both are facing Koh Pha-ngan, the popular tourist attraction offering a quieter, gentler holiday experience.

Samui's natural attractions include the coral beds at Laem Sed and Tong Takien, the Hin Lat and Na Muang waterfalls and the phallic rock formations at the southern end of Lamai bay.

When you get here, it's likely that your first sight of Samui will be unforgettable. You will love our traditional villages nestled in palm-fringed beaches and beautiful tropical airport.
At any event, you can be sure that from the moment you land, the beauty and relaxed atmosphere of this island will begin to catch you in its spell.