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Holidays To Ko Samui

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Ko Samui is an island situated in the Chumphon Archipelago in the Gulf of Thailand, around 700 km south of Bangkok and about 80 km from the eastern shoreline of Southern Thailand. An island of considerable pure charm and diversity, Samui is home to nearly 40,000 full-time residents, 90% of them are Buddhist. The palm-edged coastline and coconut and fruit farming of the seaside marshlands ascend to a central huge granite, the hills of which are concealed in virgin rainforest. At 247 km² Samui is the second-biggest island in Thailand and the biggest island in the Chumphon Archipelago of around 80 (mainly unpopulated) islands which create the Ang Thong National Marine Park, a kayaking and snorkelling heaven. At 25 km in length and 21 km broad, Samui is large enough for some serious tours by the daring and fit, but could be circled in just a few hours via motorbike or car. You could see Beautiful Ko Samui Sightseeing details. Ko Samui might not be the country’s most stunning island, but it is still a refuge of pure charm with its white sandy beaches, impressive coral, alluring lagoons, attractive waterfalls, shaking coconut trees and transparent clear waters. Book holidays to Ko Samui with Travel Center and profit from our all-inclusive holidays which include cheap flights, affordable lodging and flexible booking options. We at Travel Center are devoted to make sure that your holiday to Ko Samui is the best!


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Time Zone

UTC +7:00 hours

Airlines Flying

British Airways, Singapore Airlines, Thai Airways, Cathay Pacific, EVA Air



Best Time to Travel

December to June

Modes of Transport

Bus, Train, Airplane

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 53.13 THB

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Big Buddha Temple

The Big Buddha temple rests grandly on a tiny stony island off Koh Samui's north-eastern nook. Natively known as Wat Phra Yai, its golden, 12-metre seated Buddha sculpture was constructed in 1972 and is one of the island's most famous appeals.

Hin Ta and Hin Yai Rocks

Positioned on the stony shoreline amid Lamai and Hua Thanon, this spellbinding rock patterns on Koh Samui's south shore, have been an origin of merriment and marvel on the island since they were located by the natives many years ago.

Ang Thong National Marine Park

An immaculate enclave of 42 islands in the Gulf of Thailand with high limestone peaks, dense forest, white-sand beaches, fruitful acacias, waterfalls and concealed bays and lakes to tour. A safeguarded region of almost 100sqkm of land and sea, and residence to a wealthy range of foreign wildlife and sea animals.

Namuang Waterfalls

A great set of two waterfalls on Koh Samui, display that the island's charm is not restricted to its beaches. Located internally around 12 kilometers south-east of Nathon Bay, the Namuang falls are reached by taking a walking trail from the entry to the park.

Mummy Monk at Wat Khunaram

An uncommon glimpse yet it provides a distinct look into Buddhist and Thai lifestyle. The monk Luong Pordaeng passed away during 1973 in a seated meditative stance, and ever since his body has been on show in an upright glass case at the shrine.

Samui Aquarium with Tiger Show

A range of aquatic life, radiant birds and foreign wildlife all in one tour. This family-friendly appeal surely has ample stuff to keep the kids amused on an afternoon trip. Comprising of aquatic life endemic to the Gulf of Thailand. At the zoo, the leading appeal is the Bengal tigers and leopards.

Ladyboy Cabaret Shows

This may not be everyone's favorite but on Chaweng Beach you could relish a bright evening out with this fun type of show. A normal show includes lip-synched explanations of famous songs, intact with detailed costumes and make-up.

Secret Buddha Garden

Concealed away elevated in the slopes in Koh Samui's inner part, providing exalted sights and an uncommon set of sculptures among rich forest environs. The gardens are a design of an ancient Samui fruit farmer, Nim Thongsuk, who back in 1976 started building various sculptures and temples throughout his family's grassy land.

Snake Farm

Some of the most popular frightening and poisonous snakes in Asia are pierced into movements by skilled snake wranglers, who swerve and twist, evade and plummet, as the snakes attempt to obtain their awareness. A must-visit for nearly anyone touring the island.

Wat Plai Laem

Situated close-by the Big Buddha in the north of the island, it is a radiant and fascinating, recently built Buddhist Temple. The temple comprises of elaborate furnishings and artwork, an 18-arm figurine of Guanyin - the Goddess of Mercy - and a huge white Chinese Buddha placed on the lake.