Koh Samui

Nestled in the Gulf of Thailand and once a haven for fishermen, Koh Samui is Thailand’s third largest island. Nature abounds in the “Coconut Island”—a place laden with white sandy beaches, crystal blue waters, lush green vegetation, and warm and friendly people.

Visitors can explore the revered 15 metre tall Big Buddha Temple, Grandmother and Grandfather Rock’s strange formations, the sacred mummified monk at Kunaram Temple, or stroll around a local market or multicultural fishing village. Chaweng View provides the opportunity to soak in Chaweng Beach’s wonderful vistas. Fun-filled activities range from exhilarating elephant treks, golf and horseback riding on the beach, to jungle excursions in an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) or on a cable car, to mountain bike riding, hiking, and myriad water activities. World renowned for its diving and snorkelling, Koh Tao and Koh Nang Yuan are not to be missed. Home to 42 limestone islands containing secluded beaches, coral reefs, and forests filled with a wide array of flora, fauna and caves, Angthong National Marine Park is also popular. A peaceful, tranquil place in which to relax and unwind--Koh Samui.