If you want to visit Thailand, a trip Ko Samui or Koh Samui is a must. It is one of the most famous islands situated in the Gulf of Thailand visited by innumerable visitors annually. It is enclosed by various other little islands with plenty of tourist attractions. People visit Samui to free themselves from the pressure of world and bask in the perfect and peaceful beaches with blue waters.
Recurring flights from Bangkok go to Ko Samui daily. You can fly to the island or opt for water transport from Surat Thani. A ferry ride would cost 200-300 baht from Surat Thani. The ferry ride to white sandy beaches of Samui is an unforgettable experience.
As soon as you land on the island, reserve yourself a hotel room or resort, right away to freshen up and get ready to see the island. There are many hotels on this island that offer economical yet lavish rooms. Ko Samui hotels also offer spa resort facilities and larger villas for tourists who are accompanied by their families, looking for total freedom and privacy.
Ko Samui bungalows or luxury villas are very famous amongst tourists due of the freedom and privacy they offer. Majority of all Koh Samui bungalows are found close to the well-known beaches of the island – Choeng Mon beach, Mae Nam beach, Bophut beach, Bang Rak beach, and Chaweng beach. You can take a short walk on the beach anytime you want from the bungalow you have rented.
The island is primarily a relaxed diversion in the mid of your vacation. Here, you enjoy total freedom to lie indolently with a drink in your hand on the beaches and soak in the scenic loveliness of the blue water, white sands and fauna across the beach.
Opt for diving and aqua biking to certain beaches like Bophut and Chaweng. Nathon, situated on the southwest coast of the island lies the capital of Koh Samui and main centre for fishing and transportation. The other Koh Samui attractions are – Namtok Hin Lat water fall, Na Mueang waterfall, Ban Lipa Yai village for assortment of fruit growing traditions, buttery fly garden, snake farm and the coral layers of Laem Set and Thong Takhian.