About Koh Samui All Locations - presentation, information, photos and recommendations
Koh Samui or Samui, with an area of 247 square kilometers is the largest island in Thailand and the third largest island in an archipelago of over 80 (mostly uninhabited) islands which form the Ang Thong National Marine Park, a paradise kayaking and snorkeling. The 25 km long and 21 km wide, Samui is big enough for a serious exploration and adventure, but can be crossed in just a few hours by motorbike or car.
Koh Samui or Samui Island (in Thai "Koh" means "island") is considered to be the second most fumos place in Thailand, but those who love natural beauty in a quiet environment will say it is the first tourist destination in Thailand. Many Europeans have been attracted to Koh Samui, many of them settling here.
Island resort is a completely refurbished for tourists. Its original charm (Palm is poised in the wind, soft white beaches and waters of the Gulf of Thailand) remained mostly intact. Koh Samui offers everything from noisy parties on the beach to quiet coves, water sports, adventure, family attractions and local color that make this island a popular resort.
In Samui you can practice all water sports: diving, surfing. It is important to check if the school belongs to dive one of the two international associations that regulate safety standards for equipment and quality instruction. Koh Samui boasts wonderful beaches. The resort of Chaweng is crowded. Hat Chaweng beach is equipped with lounge chairs, umbrellas, beach bars and restaurants. Hat Lamai Beach to the south east similar, but slightly more quiet.
Santiburi Club boasts the only 18 hole golf course on the island. Located along the island from the Mae Nam, Bophut neighboring city, mountains and steep side waterway offers a stunning view of the bay area and the island of Pha Ngan. Kayaking is an excellent way to see angthong Marine National Park. Na Muang waterfall At the top is a nice natural pool, about 30min to climb. You can rent an elephant that will lead to foot waterfall.
Samui weather patterns are a bit different from the rest of Thailand. From April through September, when most of the country is ruled by monsoons, Samui is still quite dry, but October to December, has a humid climate than the rest of Thailand. The dry season is in peroiada Ianuariarie-March.
Koh Samui All Locations | Koh Samui or Samui, with an area of 247 square kilometers is the largest island in Thailand and the third largest island in an archipelago of over 80 (mostly uninhabited) islands which form the Ang Thong National Marine Park, a paradise kayaking and snorkeling
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