Koh Samui: your paradise within reach
The island of Koh Samui is ideally located south of Bangkok inside the Gulf of Thailand. It takes less than one hour to fly from the busy metropolis of Bangkok to the comfortable, soothing relaxation of Koh Samui. With its spectacular white sandy beaches and dreamy sea and jungleviews, Koh Samui has everything on offer for your relaxing, luxurious holiday.
A tropical island worth discovering
First discovered as a backpackers treasure in the late 1970s, Koh Samui is now one of the premier holiday destinations in the world. Whether you are looking for adventure, relaxation, nature or just plain fun: Koh Samui has it all.
Next to Phuket and Koh Chang, Koh Samui is the third largest tropical island in Thailand. But the island contains its cosy feel with a total area of less than 250m2.
The most popular beach is the 7 km long beach of Chaweng, with chrystal clear water and stunning white sand.
Spectacular weather, all year long
Because of its ideal location inside the Gulf of Thailand, Koh Samui has one of the most unique climates in Asia. On Koh Samui, the weather is almost always amazing. With clear blue skies above the stunningly white beaches and a comfortable ocean breeze to cool you off during the hottest hours of the day.
From late December to the end of March, you can enjoy the tropical climate with temperatures rising well above 30°C. From October to early December, you can cool off with the occasional rain shower. But do not worry: temperatures almost never drop below 25°C.
Koh Samui caters for all tastes
Whether you are looking for a relaxing, serene vacation or an active, adrenaline-driven holiday: Koh Samui everything on offer. You will have no trouble finding an activity of your choice. Scuba diving, spa retreats, thai boxing classes, ecological elephant tours, traditional cooking classes, massages, golf, fishing,… You name it, Koh Samui has it! We can help you with the wide range of activities and assist you in getting into contact with the best organizations and the most professional, fun people.
Official National Holidays
January 1 – New Year’s Day
February (full moon day) – Makka
April 6 – Chakri Day
April 13 – Songkran, Thai New Year
May 1 – Labour Day
May 5 – Coronation Day
May (full moon day) – Visakha Bucha
July (full moon day) – Asanha Bucha commemorates the first sermon of Buddha
August 12 – Queen’s Birthday
October 23 – Chulalongkorn Day
December 5 – King’s Birthday
December 10 – Constitution Day
December 31 – New Year’s Eve