Koh Samui, where clear blue skies and sandy beaches await you

  • Asia & Oceania
  • Wednesday, 13 Mar 2019

Chaweng Beach is known as the most popular beach on the Koh Samui.

Thailand’s travel itinerary will never miss out its beautiful beaches. One of the top beach destinations is Koh Samui.

Imagine a relaxing holiday on pristine beaches, engaging in adrenaline pumping water sports, or indulging in a traditional Thai spa. Local seafood is also a must during the length of your stay while you dance and have fun when night comes. Start your memorable journey with these activities.

Chaweng Beach

The most popular beach in Koh Samui should be your first stop in your coming holiday destination. Chaweng Beach has an array of luxury and boutique resorts to cater to all kinds of visitors. During the day, you can enjoy a relaxing spa session at the hotel, or simply chill out at its pristine beach.

Chaweng is more alive when the sun sets. As it comes with neon signs, Chaweng has been converted into a trendy nightspot for locals and tourists alike, with cool bars featuring live music and a range of venues from affordable clubs to luxurious pool bars.

Known as a meeting point where locals, tourists and expatriates come to join the party and make new friends, Chaweng offers one of the many sensory experiences, making it hard for all its guests to leave.

Hin Ta Hin Yai Rocks

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Snap photos and be amazed with the mystical rock formation in Koh Samui.

Thai urban legend has it that centuries ago, an elderly couple was drowned at the sea and washed ashore, where they turned into an enchanting rock formation. The Hin Ta Hin Yai Rocks have been one of the most visited and photographed spots in Koh Samui, and are especially spectacular during sunsets.

Fisherman’s Village

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Watch the fisherman catching local seafood as the sunsets.

In Koh Samui, there is a fishing village called Bophut which is quieter than the other beaches on the island, so you can enjoy a laid-back afternoon in one of the cafés and truly experience local island life.

There are plenty of restaurants and stalls in the area to try fresh local food. To excite your palate, order the kaengkuahed loop (mushroom yellow curry), waikua (squid simmered in coconut milk) and yum hoi joh (clam with spicy mango salad).

The night market in Bophut Fisherman’s Village is definitely a main highlight for shopaholics. Every Friday, at Walking Street market, there are plenty of boutiques selling an array of accessories, clothes and other great finds.

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Bangkok Airways fly direct daily flights with full service to Koh Samui.

Excited to visit Koh Samui soon? Let Bangkok Airways, Asia’s boutique airline, bring you to this playground of tropical paradise. Fly direct daily with full service from Kuala Lumpur to Koh Samui.

With an exclusive price for Matta Fair only, a round-trip ticket starts from RM240 (excluding insurance fee, fuel surcharge and taxes). Meals served on board are prepared and delivered at the highest level of food safety standards.

All passengers can enjoy a clean and comfortable boutique lounge at Samui Airport with complimentary snacks, beverages and internet. For more information, visit bangkokair.com/gosamui_kul or call (03)2148-0829 and book your trip today.

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