Welcome To Koh Samui

Some travelers,Samui is like heaven on earth with something for everyone. Whether it be modern comfort or simple and traditional life, luxurious palaces, surrounded by many small and large islands that offer different styles of traveling.

Forthese reasons,Samui is the place where many people wish to spend their quality time.While some visited Samui just once,and then, live here forever.

Koh Samui is the popular tourist destinations in Thailand and attracts travelers from all across the globe. How to get there to Koh Samui is not difficult to answer as there are several modes of transport making it easy.


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The island of Koh Samui has been a hidden treasure for paradise seekers over the past 40 years. Today the beaches remain to be the passion of the island, with resorts and hide-away bungalows spilling out and onto the white sands. Each beach on Samui has maintained its own personality, relating to the area that it lies within. Featured here are some of the highlights of each of these areas for the holiday traveller to enjoy.


Chaweng is the longest and most popular beach on Samui. It is also the largest tourist centre with more than 1.5 million travellers visiting annually. 5 Star luxury resorts share the space with more economical accommodation choices, along with a 5 kilometre street of stalls and shops that sell everything Thailand is famous for. Prices are a little higher here than in other areas of the island, but the range of choices in food, accommodation and entertainment is impressive, making this beach and its surroundings, the center of activity for many visitors.


bophut Beach

Bophut,The calm sea makes this a great spot for water sports. The proximity to the fishing village lets the visitor observe the traditional lifestyle still carried on by the local fishermen. This sandy stretch of beach, bending around the northern bay of the island, The natural beauty and tranquility of the South Thailand Beach.

Bophut stands out as the only village on Samui that exudes authentic island charm. It consists of a single street lined with traditional shop-houses, many of which have be.en converted into restaurants, sales shops and guesthouses.

The distinct designs of the beachside dining sector, as well as the chosen cuisine that is available, have created an exceptional Mediterranean atmosphere.

Bophut is expanding constantly, generating new wining and dining options every year. Despite i- growth, the essential seaside appeal remains, making it one of the island’s mo attractive locations.


Seatran ferry pier Nathon

This is the island’s main administrative centre. All government offices, banks, as well as the main ferry pier are located in Nathon, making it the most important place for communication with the Thai mainland.

Nathon also boasts a number of original teak shop-houses, lining the quiet middle roads, showing the more traditional, Chinese influenced Samui life. Any major local events, ceremonies or celebrations are held in the car park in front of the main pier in Nathon.

Visitors tend to pass through this beautiful village on their way to either Chaweng or Lamai, missing some of the least expensive shopping on the island. A nightly food market establishes itself here regularly, giving visitors their first taste of the delights available on Samui.

Mu Ko Ang Thong National Park

Mu Koh Angthong

Mu Ko Angthong consists of 42 islands. Its main islands are, for examples, Phaluai Island, Wua Chio Island, Wua Talap Island, Mae Ko Island, Samsao Island, Phai Luak Island, Kha Island, Hindap Island, Phi Island, Wua Kantang Island, Mae Yat Island, Wua Te Island, Naiphut Island, Changsom Island, Hanuman Island, Thaiphlao Island, Huaklong Island, and Kho Ban Island.Most of the islands consists of limestone mountains about 10-400 meters above sea level.

Because the limestone can change its structure easily by both chemical condition and weather, so that makes the islands have many, strange-looking caves and cliffs, and some islands are looked like ancient Angkor Wat in Cambodia and Prasart Hin Pimai. See more picture of Mu Ko Angthong Click here !!>>


Sal Jao Hua Thanon

The Muslim fishing village of Hua Thanon offers a handful of seafood restaurants, but its main attraction lies in the ancient cultures of the local fishermen. Intricately pointed wooden boats are used to this day to catch and deliver fish directly to the local markets. Take a stroll through its market and capture a glimpse into the lives of one of the island’s original communities.

Beyond Hua Thanon, the southern coast offers some of the most unspoiled natural scenery on Samui. You will find quaint local villages and coconut plantations that have endured the test of time.  



CHOENG MON is made up of a series of bays, speckled with white sandy beaches upon its coastline. Despite its close proximity to Chaweng, about 15 minutes north and 5 minutes from Big Buddha, the beaches have remained quiet and the waters clean.

Choeng Mon's wide sandy beaches feature a rock formation on one side, and the island of Koh Som that you can easily paddle out to on the other. This is a very family friendly area, with exclusive resorts abundantly situated along the water's edge.

Relatively upmarket, inexpensive accommodation is virtually non-existent in this area. This lesser-known beach is located in a very secluded part of Koh Samui, on the northeast corner of the island where most of the bays have been given over to private residential developments.


lamai beach

Lamai Beach Lamai has often been referred to as Samui's second beach, but there are many who believe it has a greater beauty than that of Chaweng. The waters are excellent for swimming and the beaches and streets are less crowded. The southern end of the bay features elegant granite boulders while the beach itself seems endless.

The nightlife in Lamai hosts some excellent restaurants and bars scattered along its strip. The surrounding area notably hosts some of the islands best spas and health resorts available.If you wander off the beaten track here, you might get a glimpse of some true Thai culture.


Maenam Beach

MAE NAM The beach is a huge horseshoe of soft sand that offers a spectacular • ev. of the neighbouring island of Koh Pangan.

There are a number of good local restaurants and businesses along the beach, as well as located on the main ring road. Mae Nam is home to many of the island's residential developments with a growing quantity of long-term visitors and expats, giving the area a strong sense of community.

The hills behind Mae Nam provide the location for the island's spectacular world-class golf resort.


big buddha samui

BIG BUDDHA BEACH If your stay is brief, Big Buddha Beach area offers convenience due to its close proximity to the airport, as well as to boats chartered for Koh Phangan and Koh Tao.

Prices for accommodation and provisions remain reasonable, and there are a growing number of fine dining colons *c compliment the local Thai restaurants and beach bungalow cuisine.

Facilities and services are abundant along the main road, making this one of the best locations for a vibrant night-life.The Big Buddha itself can be seen overlooking the entire area and remains to be the focal attraction.

TOURIST attractions

The Grandmother and Gra ndfather rocks :

The Grandmother and Gra ndfather rocks on the south end of Lamai beach are an occasional source of amusement for tourists due to their striking similarity to a vagina and penis. For those who would like to hear a legend or two surrounding the rocks, they need only ask a local.

Nathon pier

Wat Khunaram:

Khunaram Temple, Koh Samui This temple is the island’s most famous temple for its mummified monk on display. The mummy sits upright in a glass casket and devotees offer it flowers and incense. The mummy is in fact the body of a very revered former abbot of the temple who was also a meditation master and was reputedly able to predict his own death.

Laem Sor Pagoda:

Laem Sor Pagoda, Koh Samui This chedi (pagoda) situated at Laem Sor temple is one of the most important shrines on Koh Samui. The structure with its yellow tiles which gives off a golden aura is quite impressive. Opposite the beaches by the Laem Sor Pagoda and it is KOH MATSUM and KOH TAEN also a popular spot for a day trip.

Big Buddha:

Big Buddha is a twelve-metre high statue of the Buddha, which lies at the top of ceremonial dragon-steps at the Wat Phra Yai. Samui also has a number of other impressive temples, including Wat Khunaram, where the mummified body of Loung Pordaeng, a monk who died in a meditating position is on display.


The mountain jungle in the interior of the island is an excellent day out, and is home to a number of impressive gardens built by legendary Samuia farmer Nim Thongsuk,Namuang Safari Park, the impressive waterfalls at Na Muang, real working rubber plantations and the most amazing views over the Ang Thong archipelago. The roads in the jungle are an adventure in themselves, and tourists normally take a tour with an experienced local Samui driver/guide.

Muay Thai boxing takes place regularly at the island's stadiums in Chaweng and Lamai. 

Numerous animal attrac tions are dotted around the island, including a crocodile farm, monkey theatre, elephant trekking, a snake farm, an aquarium and a butterfly garden.

Most visitors to the island take a day trip out to the beautiful Ang Thong National Marine Park at least once on their stay in Samui. Boats leave Na Thon several times a day.

Ko Pha Ngan Koh Phangan has a full-moon party at the appropriate time each lunar month, and tourists in Samui often hop a slow ferry or speedboat to the nearby island to join in the dusk to dawn high energy dancing and drinking marathon.