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Thailand is a paradise land! The country offers numerous places for a perfect vacation, whether it is just a weekend getaway or a month-long holiday. No matter which place you choose, you won’t regret it. However, Koh Samui is still one of the favorite islands when it comes to a beach holiday in Thailand. There are many reasons to spend your holiday on this beautiful island. Here are list the top reasons why you should visit Koh Samui at least once in a lifetime.

Koh Samui is an island, making it perfect for the adventurous sort who love to get more than their feet wet. There is more to do than mere swimming (though beautiful beaches make that memorable, too). Koh Samui is a hotbed of water sport activity. Want to windsurf with world champions, and learn how to get good at this popular sport? Koh Samui is a popular windsurfing location, and you might find yourself out on a board, catching the wind and skimming over the ocean blue in no time. Koh Samui is known for fairly predictable (and ideal) wind conditions, which is why this sport has taken off in recent years. Throw in the warm water and the fact that you don’t need a wet suit, and it all makes sense.

Koh Samui’s coastline is almost completely covered with beaches. You can find some calm and quiet, as well as some vibrant beaches. According to what you are looking for, you will definitely find the right one. The most popular and sometimes crowded beaches are Chaweng Beach and Lamai Beach in the east of the island. The towns of those two also offer the most things to do for their guests. If you like a more calm atmosphere, I can recommend for example the Bophut or Maenam Beach. You can even find some lonely beaches on Koh Samui like the Bang Por Beach.

Are you into culture and temples? No problem. The temples of Koh Samui are really beautiful. But there are more to see than the famous Big Buddha, the Wat Plai Laem or the Wat Khunaram with the mummified monk.

Thailand is known far and wide for amazing spas, and Koh Samui is up there with the best of them. Each culture and country approach spa treatments with their own unique take on how to best treat the human body. In Thailand, it’s all about extreme soothing and pampering.

If you like Thai markets, then you’re absolutely right on Koh Samui. You will find several spread around the towns of the island. Besides the various and delicious Thai food, which you can try at those, you will find clothes, cocktails and souvenirs – just everything you can imagine. Every Friday evening there is a huge Walking Street between the Fisherman’s Village and The Wharf Samui in Bophut. On Sunday there is for example another big Walking Street from 5.00 P.M. to 10.00 P.M. in Lamai.

A trip with a motorbike is perfect if you want to explore Koh Samui on your own. You can rent a motorbike at the most hotels or in one of the plenty shops around the island. The rental fee is about 150 – 300 baht per day.There is a ring road around the island on which you can drive to Chaweng, Lamai, Nathon, Maenam or Bophut. It’s very easy to navigate around Koh Samui. If you need a map, you can get one at most hotels or you can make a stop at a travel agency and pick one up.


The easiest and fastest way to Koh Samui is with a direct flight from BangkokKuala Lumpur or Singapore. The international airport of Koh Samui was built by Bangkok Airways and therefore the price for a flight ticket is kind of more expensive, because they.

This tropical heaven is waiting for you. Pack your bags and book a flight to paradise – once you visit Koh Samui you will definitely come back again.