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Become familiar about Koh Samui through this travel guid

Ko Samui resembles an entrenched Hollywood superstar as she is laudably shaped and has beautiful golden locks. She’s been in the travel industry longer than almost any other Thai island, but rather than becoming obsolescent, she’s incorporated a new generation of classy resort goers and is blesses with beautiful stretches of sand bunged with beach loungers, excellent roads, first-class global cuisine, deluxe spas and beach bar parties.

Get acquainted with the topography of Koh Samui

Ko Samui is an island positioned in the Chumphon Archipelago in the Gulf of Thailand, at some distance to the south of Bangkok and about 80 km from the eastern shoreline of Southern Thailand. When wandering to Koh Samui, you may be attracted to devote your journey swathed over a chaise lounge at one of the island’s top resorts. But don’t miss the sites and attractions as every exploration is never far from another golden-sand beach.

Things Not to Miss in Koh Samui

  • 1Big Buddha
  • 2Hin Ta Hin Yai (Grandfather & Grandmother Rocks)
  • 3Ang Thong National Marine Park
  • 4Elephant Rock
  • 5Laem Sor Pagoda
  • 6Elephant Rock
  • 7Koh Samui Waterfalls
  • 8Koh Phangan Full Moon Party
  • 9Fishermans Village
  • 10Wat Plai Laem
  • 11Namuang Waterfall
  • 12Hin Lad Waterfall

What to do in Koh Samui

  • 1Visit Koh Samui’s famous big Buddha
  • 2Take in the interesting sights at hin ta and hin yai
  • 3See awesome scenery at Na Muang waterfall
  • 4Meet the animals at Samui aquarium with tiger show
  • 5Meet the ladyboys at Chaweng beach
  • 6Hideout at the secret Buddha garden
  • 7Be wowed at the snake farm
  • 8Time for a new temple at wat Plai Laem
  • 9Get in a boat and go diving
  • 10Oktoberfest Thai style

Join the diverse food culture of Koh Samui

The Coasts are strikingly attractive and sprayed with restaurants, bars, pubs, clubs and discotheques. Samui is well recognized for its coconuts, which are accessible everywhere and are rather delicious. Being an atoll, seafood is commonly a decent choice, although in peak season demand often surpasses local stock. The greater beaches have plentiful international eateries as well. Southern Thai food is distinguished for its spiciness. Most of the gastronomy has its roots in Malay, Indonesian, and Indian food. Desired dishes from the south include Indian-style Muslim curry, rice noodles in fish curry sauce, and chicken biryani. Double pricing is, unfortunately, common. Every time check prices and menu initially so you don't have to argue when the bill is delivered.

Beaches of Koh Samui

his giant island has the most popular and commercialized beaches like Chaweng and Lamai. The northern coasts and their neighboring villages contain serene varieties like Mae Nam, Bophut, Bang Rak and Choeng Mon and the west coast seashores are still calm. Bophut and Choeng Mon have murky seawater and are not good for swimming while Chaweng and Lamai have clearer seawater and are better for swimming. Koh Samui has shallow coral reefs around Bang Po and is super for snorkeling. You can go for diving and windsurfing at Maenam, a peaceful beach in the relaxed Maenam village. Shop on the beach front for tee shirts and other summer outfits.

Climate

Samui's weather arrangements are a little dissimilar from the rest of Thailand. In April through September, when the country experiences monsoon, Samui stays justly dry, but from October to December, it's raining in Samui and drier elsewhere. The driest period is from January to March.

When to Go to Koh Samui

It is essential to pre-check the weather conditions when planning a trip to Koh Samui. The wet season ranges from September to mid-December and is regularly distinct by heavy rains and tropical storms. June is ideal and the best time to visit as it is flawlessly dry and the daytime temperature is around 79 degrees. Further, this is the exact time to escape tourists that begin arriving in droves from July to August. The hottest months are from March until May and hence making the winter another peak travel window.

Getting around Koh Samui

Motorcycles and bicycles are available for rent in almost every resort on the island. Drivers love to overcharge and therefore it is better to ask a third party for current rates, as they can help you rent the vehicle at a lesser price. These vehicles trip regularly during daylight hours. Taxi service is quite messy due to the excess of cabs.

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