Introducing Koh Samui – Tropical Paradise Island Getaway

Koh Samui is known fo its gorgeous beaches and stunning coral reefs, its imposing waterfalls and swaying coconut palms, i’s appealing lagoons and postcard blue water. Samui is not your average island, but a caring host ready to wrap you in luxury. Indulge in the party-like atmosphere of the eastern resorts, soak up the serenity on the western beaches or enjoy the timeless feel in the northern villages – Samui appeases all palates.


Koh Samui is an island of contrasts. Popular and vibrant Chaweng and Lamai villages are the epicentre of the day and night entertainment with endless dining, drinking, shopping and relaxation opportunities. With shifting to more laidback and sophisticated northern areas – Bophut, Maenam, Bang Rak and Choeng Mon – the dining and shopping scenes become more elegant and upscale, representing a wider range of the fine-dining and chic boutiques. If keep on moving further to the southeast – Laem Set, Laem Sor and Taling Ngam villages – you will find a different Samui – tranquil, serene and untouched with the most splendid natural scenery and the least development providing an idyllic deserted island getaway. Koh Samui is an unique island, it serves some of the most luscious and seductive beach retreats, fabulous villas and the incredible mood of the tropical getaway.


  • Chaweng – The Heart of the Action in Samui

  • Bophut – An Exquisite Tropical Retreat

  • Choeng Mon – An Upscale Coastal Village

  • Maenam – An Oasis of Peace and Serenity

  • Laem Set – Nature Lover’s Dream Escape


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.

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East Koh Samui is the most popular part of the island boasting splendid beaches, secluded bays and endless water sports. The water here is usually calm and clear, ideal for swimming. There are a few shallow and rock-free beaches on this part of the island, perfect for families travelling with younger children. High-end villa properties dotted along the coastline, or perched atop of cliffs feature with breathtaking 1800-degrees views over to the Gulf of Thailand, utmost amenities, generous inclusions and the impeccable service. The eastern retreats attract travellers of all ages to take advantage of abundant tourist facilities available in the region.

Chaweng Beach, Koh Samui


Chaweng is the most popular and commercialised city of the island. Chaweng boasts of vibrant restaurants, bars, endless shops and relaxation opportunities.

Chaweng Guide
Lamai Koh Samui Thailand


Lamai is the second, after Chaweng, largest and popular Samui’s retreat. Lamai is less frantic, yet, offers almost the same selection of tourist facilities.

Lamai Guide
Massage Lamai Koh Samui Thailand


Choeng Mon is a rather secluded enclave of the upscale beachfront villas and hotel resorts inviting visitors to spend here their exquisite holiday of a lifetime.

Choeng Mon Guide
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West coast of Samui is laidback and tranquil. With its splendid white-sand beaches, turquoise waters and lush coconut palms leaning over the water at impossible angles, west coast is sought-after location among people searching for seclusion and tropical indulgence.

Lipa Noi Koh Samui Thailand


Lipa Noi coastal village offers a family-friendly shallow beach featuring with a secluded and tranquil atmosphere and some of the most scenic vistas.

Lipa Noi Guide

Laem Yai Koh Samui Thailand


Laem Yai is a remote coastal village located on the northwestern tip of Koh Samui that draws travellers with its natural scenery, serenity and tranquillity.

Laem Yai Guide

Nathan Pier Koh Samui Thailand


Nathon, an administrative centre of Samui, is not a touristy location, though, there are plenty of great shopping, dining and relaxation options here.

Nathon Guide

Taling Ngam Koh Samui Thailand-1


Taling Ngam is one of those places that literally exude relaxation. Remote, tranquil and serene Taling Ngam is an excellent tropical getaway.

Taling Ngam Guide
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Northern Koh Samui is sophisticated, relaxed and elegant. It serves some of the most stunning villa properties, exclusive fine-dining, fancy boutiques and luxurious chartered yachts that are available for rent.

Bop hut Beach Koh Samui Thailand


Bophut is one of the most exquisite and unique beach towns of Samui, where the modern appeal meets with the traditional mixture of Thai and Chinese culture.

Bophut Guide

Maenam Beach Koh Samui Thailand


Maenam is a study of contrasts: this sleepy village imposing a timeless feel is a reasonably developed and provides visitors with all necessary amenities.

Maenam Guide

Beach Bang Rak Koh Samui Thailand


Bang Por retains the original charm of Samui; it’s one of those postcard beaches, which often appear in the travel agent’s brouchures and attracts traveller’s attention.

Bang Por Guide

Big Buddha Bang Rak Koh Samui Thailand


Bang Rak is a home to Samui’s largest landmark – Big Buddha, and also a departure port to Koh Pha Ngan island where renowned Full Moon Parties are held.

Bang Rak Guide
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South Koh Samui is remote and idyllic. The road to the southern retreats are often as enjoyable as the area itself. Boasting of pristine rainforests, imposing waterfalls and untouched nature, South Samui is a romantic getaway for those seeking serenity and exclusiveness.

Laem Set Koh Samui Thailand


Laem Set boasts splendid vistas, luxurious villas, untouched nature and fantastic fauna collection catering to all nature lovers.

Laem Set Guide

Laem Sor Koh Samui Thailand


Laem Sor is a paradisal coastal retreat, exuding the feeling of privacy and sophistication and imposing “tropical state of mind”.

Laem Sor Guide
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There are numerous islands around Koh Samui, boasting magnificent scenery of untouched nature, fantastic diving sites in the teeming with marine life waters of Gulf of Thailand or vibrant and unforgettable Full Moon Parties. Each of them has its own charm, and appeal: either a paradisal tropical getaway or an attraction of the friendly local community inhabiting a tiny islet.

Islands Phuket Thailand


Ang Thong National Marine Park is a collection of 42 pristine uninhabited islets, drawing visitors to indulge an ample variety of water sports and other activities.

Full Moon Party Koh Phangan Thailand


Koh Pha Ngan is a home to renowned Full Moon Parties, and some of the most idyllic white sand beaches, fantastic natural scenery and unbeaten feel of real Thailand.

Koh Tao Koh Samui Thailand


Koh Tao is a tiny islet north off Koh Samui famous for its diving and snorkelling spots, fabulous deserted beach and a fair number of tourist facilities.