The island of Koh Samui is 229 km². North to South, the island is 25 km (15.5 mi) long and spans 21 km (13 mi) East to West. Samui has a tropical savanna climate featuring with hot temperature and sun shining throughout the year, though, Samui climate has a few peculiarities. Thus, the driest months on the island are January through to March, while the period from October through to December is considered a wet season. April through to September Samui stays reasonably dry and hot, while most of Thailand experiences rainy season. The temperature ranges insignificantly thoughtout the year, and never drops below 25 degrees Celsius.
Villas are located in some of the most beautiful areas of the island, which we have categorised by region. The blinding white beaches in the east are the best suitable for swimming throughout the year, as the water remains crystal clear and calm during the dry season. North part of Samui is perfect for island hopping or renting a private yacht to explore tiny islets set off the coats. Southern beaches are some of the most stunning and secluded on the island, offering various water sports and amazing snorkelling. Shallow western coastline caters to families travelling with younger children as the water is calm and crystal clear and the sand, white and tidy is ideal for building sand castles. Samui boasts various natural attractions, exotic scenery and splendid vistas over to the mysterious five islands.