The island’s airport is owned by Bangkok Airways, you could always get there by Ferry
But we recommend taking the flight. Faster and easier!
The third largest island in Thailand, Koh Samui is part of a trio of popular destinations in the Gulf of Thailand: Koh Tao has the best (and famously inexpensive) diving, Koh Phangan is infamous for its full-moon parties, and Koh Samui has the most refined beach-vacation atmosphere. Mid-range to upscale accommodations are the norm here, and the vibe is pure relaxation. Just about any treatment on earth is available; from the ubiquitous Thai massage to yoga retreats to weeklong Detox cleanse regimens.
The island has a few attractions—a 40-foot Buddha statue, a few jungle waterfalls, and some provocatively shaped rock formations. Don’t forget the days at the beach and yoga Training.
But just in case you need a break from all that lounging on the beach, there are lots of unusual attractions which make the most of the island’s culture and island charm.
Forget the theme parks and hi-tech attractions. Instead, try the monkey show or the Snake Farm. Or better still hire a car and go sightseeing.
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Remember the climate. It’s hot. Light cotton is best for Koh Samui’s climate. Cotton shirts, dresses, shorts – all good.