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Koh Samui Paradise

Stunning Views & Breathtaking Beaches, The Perfect Place To Be


The nature in Samui is very beautiful, the air is clean and there are many long sandy beaches are not crowded at all. It’s a place which has something for everyone. From the hustle and bustle of Chaweng Beach to the lively yet relaxed atmosphere of Lamai Beach to the timeless feel of Bophut's Fisherman's Village to the tropical beach paradise of Maenam, Koh Samui is unique among Thailand's islands in maintaining a broad appeal for everyone. This helps to give the distinctive relaxed atmosphere that sets it apart.


Whether you want Thai food, seafood, burgers or Indian, a romantic sunset dinner on the beach or healthy food for your kids, Koh Samui has it all. You’ll easily find your favourite Thai dishes – whether or not they’re authentically ‘of Samui’. All the favorites are on every island menu: green, red, yellow, Massaman and Panang curries, pad Thai, papaya salad and mango sticky rice can feature three times daily if you like.


Koh Samui nightlife is famous for being amongst the best in Thailand, if not the world. The island’s full moon parties are legendary and there is a wide variety of discos, clubs and beer bars. Alongside the buckets of cheap whiskey and beer are higher class gourmet restaurants. Classic Thai dancing can be found as well as mud wrestling, ladies boxing bouts and the country’s famous transgender cabaret shows.



Koh Samui is full of different things to do and see: the island hosts a great deal of splendid natural and man-made attractions from mummified monks to the famous grandma and grandpa rocks (Hin Ta & Hin Yai) to beautiful waterfalls. For those interested in religion and architecture the Big Buddha worth a visit, especially at sunset. Take a day trip to Ang Thong Marine National Park to enjoy a beautiful get away in the splendid tropical islands.



Koh Samui is packed with on going events year round. Here are a few of them, “MAKHA BUCHA” (February) - is the second most important Buddhist festival. The spiritual aims of the day are not to commit any kind of sins, do only good and to purify one's mind.
The Koh Samui Midnight Run (March) aims to raise funds for two charity organizations. Participants have the choice of 5 km or the 10km. “Songkran”- The Thai New Year is definitely one of the highlights celebrated from the 13th to the 15th of April. The water festival will be among the most memorable festivals you ever experience. The main event and biggest water-throwing is April 13th. Get ready to get soaked from head to toe as water fights occur on the streets and beaches!

Travel to Koh Samui


The most convenient way to get to Koh Samui is flying with Bangkok Airways either from Bangkok, Singapore, Phuket or Pattaya. There are over twenty flights a day from Bangkok alone.


We can arrange for a mini bus, taxi, or chauffeur-driven service from the airport to your luxury villa in Koh Samui.


Most of our properties in Koh Samui have private parking and otherwise we can make arrangements for your vehicle to be safely stored while you enjoy your stay.


Fly from Bangkok to Surat Thani and then take a ferry across to Koh Samui. This is cheaper than flying directly to Koh Samui.