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If you seek paradise-like views of picture-perfect sandy beaches and bright turquoise waters, then look no further than the tiny tropical island of Koh Samui.
It may be known for being a top tourist destination in Thailand, but Koh Samui still manages to offer a slice of the secluded, tropical paradise we’ve come to associate with Thailand. All of the hotels and building are no taller than a palm tree, and Koh Samui’s main produce is coconuts (which means there’s load of palms on the island), both helping Koh Samui retain that postcard-perfect exotic ambience and look.
If it’s family adventure you seek, you can spend your days hopping to nearby islands for snorkelling and scuba diving, heading up hill to discover the giant golden Buddha that can be seen across most of the island, and letting loose at Chaweng’s popular and fun beachfrontwhen the sun goes down. There’s something for every traveller who chooses a holiday in Koh Samui, and this great destination perfectly compliments a bustling city break in Bangkok or a cultural adventure in Chiang Mai.
Thailand is a destination for everyone, with gorgeous golden beaches, beautiful wildlife and stunning cities, not to mention the delicious food - this is a paradise for foodies! We offer so many incredible itineraries to suit honeymooners, couples and families that are all looking for the perfect Thailand luxury holiday.This trip is truly irresistible!
The best time to visit Koh Samui is between December and April as there’s plenty of sun, warm weather and very little rain, while the best months to avoid are October and November due to the heavy rainfall and intense humidity.
For a truly unforgettable experience, you cannot go wrong with a Koh Samui honeymoon. This dazzling destination is honeymoon paradise; think crystal clear waters, golden secluded beaches surrounded by coconut palms, and 5-star luxury hotels that not only offer spectacular service but also look breathtakingly beautiful too. Whether you dream of dining along the beach front, indulging in couples treatments at a blissful spa or experiencing Thailand’s rich and warm culture, a honeymoon in Koh Samui is a fantastic place to start.
Couples looking for a blissful Thailand holiday should look no further than this exotic destination. A Koh Samui holiday is perfect for couples seeking some well-deserved sun, sand and culture. It doesn’t matter whether you prefer your beaches lively or secluded, there’s enough golden sand for everyone! Pair your sun-tanning sessions with unique experiences, such as visits to temples, the golden Buddha, scuba diving excursions and much more. Dining is a joy too, as there’s plenty of variety and authenticity when it comes to where to eat and clink glasses in Koh Samui.
Those looking for the perfect Thailand family holiday should seriously consider popping Koh Samui on the agenda. There’s something for every on this picturesque island, from secret gardens filled with Buddha statues through to thrilling water parks and island hopping excursions. Koh Samui also offers an incredible wealth of restaurants serve mouth-watering Thai dishes and international classics, catering to both the daring and conservative diner alike. With plenty of luxurious family resorts to choose from, it’s easy for everyone to have an incredible time on a Koh Samui holiday.
Koh Samui, which is Thailand's second largest island, is a dream-like island paradise, inhabited by an astonishing range of creatures and littered with spectacular attractions, you'll leave wondering how such a place could possibly be real.
Venture to Koh Samui for a day of sightseeing that'll blow your mind. From the idyllic Chaweng Beach to the illustrious Wat Phra Yai and stunning Wat Plai Laem, there is no shortage beauty to be found on this mesmerising island. Spend the afternoon having the hiking experience of a lifetime through lush landscapes and past fantastical waterfalls – you'll think you've been transported to an alternate dream world.
Located just 55km north of Koh Samui sits Turtle Island (or Koh Tao) which boasts a beautiful ring of powdery white sands and crystal-clear waters perfect for an afternoon of scuba diving and snorkelling.
Koh Tao's idyllic island was only really discover in the late 1980's, and has since become known for it's absolutely beautiful turquoise waters, sugary coastlines and brightly coloured coral gardens that dwell beneath the waters. Swim among kaleidoscopic marine fishes and turtles in the afternoon, and then end the day with a beachside dinner and some sundowners at one of the many restaurants on the island.
Tucked within the lush forests of Koh Samui's high hillsides sits an ancient garden dotted with dozens of Buddha statues, that look's so enchanting it almost seems unreal; like a scene from a movie!
This stunning garden is nestled within a forest, upon land that was once owned by a famous durian farmer, who after his retirement decided to form a team of sculptors who went on to create the dozens of Buddha statues that reside within this tranquil garden. This garden is best explored by foot and by following your intuition; one wrong turn may unearth more statues that have never been seen before.
Dance lovers and party goers prepare for a life-changing experience and learn just why it is Thailand is thought of as a party destination.
When the sun goes down and the moon appears, the night owls come out to play - and so do the hard-core partyers. Make your way to Koh Phangan and experience the world-renowned party that shakes the island once every month. What started as a small seaside shindig has now become an epidemic, with between 10,000 and 30,000 people attending each full moon party, and a wild selection of MCs and DJs playing sets to the massive crowds. One thing is for sure: this is a party like no other you’ve been to before.
Imagine swimming among breathtaking limestone mountains, through turquoise waters and discovering pristine white sands beaches; what you’re imagining is Ang Thong National Marine Park.
This beautiful archipelago is made up of 42 islands spread across 100sqkm of perfect blue waters, and each island is just as dazzling as the last. If you’re seeking seclusion, there’s plenty of powdery sands to relax along, and if it’s adventure you’re after then there’s a whole ocean full of marine life and corals just waiting to be explored.
Best Time To Travel:
November - April
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