Koh Samui Travel Tips
In 1971 two tourists arrived on Thailand's third-largest island via a coconut boat from Bangkok and stumbled upon paradise - white-sand beaches with palms blowing in the wind; clear green seas sparkling in the sunlight with ripples made for floating; a picture-perfect background of lush green hills and rich brown roads interspersed with rough wooden structures.
Today Ko Samui offers something for everybody - the cheap fan bungalows share beachfront property with places boasting beautifully decorated rooms, crisp white sheets, lush gardens and lavish pools.
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Koh Samui is one of the most spectacular getaways in all of Thailand – and the world. Its pristine beaches and beautiful, clear green seas are just two of the reasons you’ll have a hard time leaving. ...
There is a good fishing tour in Koh Samui where my brother caught a fish with an eel in its mouth!! It was an enjoyable day had by all!
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, October 2012
Situated just to the northwest of Koh Samui sits the idyllic archipelago of Ang Thong National Marine Park . Comprised of approximately 42 islands, the island group is a wonderful way for ...
While in Koh Samui we went riding on ATVs up in the mountains which was an awesome experience and a great way to see the landscape. When we went it had just recently rained and so it was all misty ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, August 2011
Long the closely kept secret of lucky backpackers in search of an affordable escape, the 95 square miles of Koh Samui have been evolving into a playground of the rich since the early 1990s. If you ...
The Red Snapper is by far the best restaurant in Koh Samui which is probably because run by an AUSSIE!!
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