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Best Places to Visit in Koh Samui of 2018

  • 01 Hat Pramong Beach

    Hat Pramong Beach
    Image Credit : Hat Pramong Beach
    Sunset Beach or Hat Pramong is a small half kilometer bay along the west side of Koh Lipe. It gets its name from the magical sunsets one experiences here. The sun slowly descends and casts an exquisite glow all along the coast reaching far out into the horizon, an excellent way to end a long, hot day on Koh  Lipe.  



    Sunset Beach is the most relaxing destination on Koh Lipe, it's quiet, less visited, and excellent for 
    relaxing and getting away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. There are a few restaurants and bars on the beach and is a short 10 minute walk to Walking Street the bustling area of Koh Lipe.


  • 02 Lamai Beach, Samui

    Lamai Beach, Samui
    Image Credit : Lamai Beach, Samui
    Lamai is a beach community that sits south of Chaweng district. It’s a popular holiday destination on Koh  Samui, with a range of water sport facilities, restaurants and shops. The white-sand beach is crescent- shaped and fringed by coconut palms. 



    Location: Ko Samui

    Activities:  Take a swim in the Gulf of Thailand. Head down to walking street on a Sunday evening for a wide variety of stalls, live music and activities for children. Located in between the bridge and the local market, walking street is always busy with Thai's and Westerners alike. 

    Getting There:  Minibus transfers between Lamai and Samui Airport cost about 150 Baht per person; a private taxi charter costs around 300-400 Baht.


  • 03 Ko Samui

    Ko Samui
    Image Credit : Ko Samui

    KoSamui is one of the favorite destination among travelers from all over the globe looking for some fun-filled time and looking for a high life. The gorgeous trail of the white sandy beaches adorning the azure waves, soothing sunshine combined with the warm Thai hospitality are some added perks that make this place all the more favorite. This delightful island has much more to offer than just crystal clear waters and sandy beaches; while here you can choose from an array of restaurant and bar that will cater your taste buds and will keep you longing for more.


    Things to Do: While in KoSamui, you just cannot miss traditional junk cruise – this enthralling cruise is conducted over a traditional styled wooden ‘junk boat’ which will take you to a mesmerizing journey to the neighboring island KoPhaNgan. Explore the beautiful – vividly colored underwater, admire the stunning beauty of this coral island and finally get ready to capture beautiful shots of various tropical fishes easily visible under the transparent water.

    Getting there: The easiest way to reach KoSamui is via an overnight train journey from Bangkok to SuratThani. From here, you head straight to KoSamui via ferry. This delightful 2 hour boat ride will take you to KoSamui, on way get ready to pass the beautiful islands of Ko Tao and KoPhaNgan.



  • 04 Ko Lao Liang Beach

    Ko Lao Liang Beach
    Image Credit : Ko Lao Liang Beach
    If you thought that all of Thailand’s finest islands had been ruined by mismanaged development, Ko Lao Liang will prove you wrong. A little-known remedy for travellers seeking breathtaking Andaman Sea 
    scenery without the crowds, the isolated pair of islands doesn’t even register among Trang province’s more popular destinations. Part of Mu Ko Phetra National Park, Ko Lao Liang’s two islands stand side-by- side some 40 kilometers west of the mainland. All facilities are set up on the southern island, Ko Lao Liang Nong, or “Little Brother Island.” Sporting sunrise views to Ko Sukorn, almost-white-sand beach touches clear teal water that blends into deep emerald and azure blue as you reach the hard coral.



    Activities: Rock climbing, Kayaking and snorkeling are famous activities on this beach. 

    Location: Hat Samran District