Koh Samui

One of Thailand's most famous islands, Koh Samui is well known as a tropical paradise of soft white sand & picture-perfect turquoise sea

Koh Samui

One of Thailand's most famous islands, Koh Samui is well known as a tropical paradise of soft white sand & picture-perfect turquoise sea

Koh Samui

One of Thailand's most famous islands, Koh Samui is well known as a tropical paradise of soft white sand & picture-perfect turquoise sea

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          Koh Samui is one of Thailand’s most popular holiday destinations, by virtue of its idyllic sand beaches, azure waters, spell-binding vistas and easy accessibility from the mainland. Within the last decade Samui has seen development on the island, bringing with it a flood of luxury hotels and resorts – often complete villas with private pools and beautiful private beaches. The deep azure of the sky and the gentle lapping of warm waves on satin sands are ideal ingredients for the perfect retreat. Make it Coco Tam’s in Fisherman’s village for cocktails and serious chillaxing, Chaweng Beach for sunrise and people-watching, lengthy Mae Nam Beach for peace, or napping under a coconut tree before giving in to a west coast sunset. Enjoy the simplest of Thai dishes to scorching regional curries and plates hopping with flavour on seaside tables, you’re spoiled for choice. Some of the best meals can surprise you in faceless roadside shacks. Add some full-on pampering to the leisurely mix. with a pinch of mindfulness thrown in for massaging the soul. Cleansing fasts, yoga, tai-chi, herbal steam treatments and chakra-balancing. 

          The coastline is the main drawcard here, but other attractions include the Big Buddha temple, the 30-metre Na Muang Waterfall, and the array of world-class spas and restaurants, as well more laid-back beachfront bistros and bars.

           

          May is the hottest month in Ko Samui with an average temperature of 29.5°C (85°F) and the coldest is January at 26°C (79°F) with the most daily sunshine hours at 8 in April. The wettest month is November with an average of 430mm of rain

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          There are no airlines that fly directly to Koh Samui however there are flights from all over the UK that will connect and give the opportunity to stopover in various destinations

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