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The perfect getaway

Koh Samui is a unique fusion of modern luxury and tropical bliss. If your idea of the perfect getaway involves sun bathing on pristine beaches, dozing in a hammock with a cocktail in hand, indulging in authentic cuisine and getting pampered in exclusive spas, then Koh Samui is for you. If you’re looking for luxury then 5-star hotels in Koh Samui are for you but if you’d prefer to see the full range of accommodation, use our comparison service at the top of this page.

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98 Moo 1 Bophut Fisherman's Village

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2/17 Moo 1, Bophut Village

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From $36 per night
178/2 Moo 1 Tambol Bophut

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From $86 per night
Fishermans Village, 24/36, Moo 1

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From $32 per night
69/34 Moo 5 Tumbon Bophut

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From $42 per night
160 Moo 2, Chaweng Beach Road, Bo Put, Koh Samui

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From $53 per night
Moo 4, Koh Samui, Surathani (opposite of Kinnaree Resort)

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From $68 per night
74/82 Moo 5 , T. Bophut Choeng Mon Beach Koh Samui

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From $64 per night
101/28 Moo 1 Bophut

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From $160 per night

Koh Samui waterfall in Thailand

Postcard paradise

The island is a postcard paradise known for its natural beauty; from its long stretches of white-sand beaches, turquoise waters teeming with marine life, to its rocky mountainous interiors and hidden waterfalls. You’ll want to tick it off your Thailand bucket list!

Koh Samui accommodation

Options for a luxurious stay are boundless, from sprawling beachside resorts to secluded villas with a private pool, cosy bungalows to private mansions; you’ll be sure to find your own slice of paradise. Because Koh Samui hotel deals are not hard to find, we always recommended to shop around for the best prices. Finding out where to stay in Koh Samui will depend on the type of holiday you’re yearning for – relaxation, adventure, or a bit of both?

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Plenty to see

Koh Samui is not all glitter and gold. It’s also a centre of cultural and religious significance. The island is home to the iconic 12-metre high golden Big Buddha sitting atop a colourful stairwell and a few interesting Buddhist temples like the Wat Khunaram where a mummified monk is on display.

Thai delicacies

For foodies looking to sink their teeth into Thai delicacies, Bophut’s Fisherman’s Village offers a plethora of eateries, including food stands serving pad Thai, banana pancakes and tempura seafood, as well as high-end haunts dishing out haute-cuisine.

Koh Samui food and a waiter with a sizzling dish

Five things to do in Koh Samui


1. Visit the mystical world of the Buddha Secret Garden

The Buddha Secret Garden was built in 1976 by a local farmer. Venture into the hidden hills of Koh Samui and wander through the landscaped gardens, miniature waterfalls and clusters of statues arranged to depict scenarios and creatures of Buddhist mythology, which a tour guide will explain.

2. Take a boat tour around Ang Thong National Marine Park

The pristine 42-island archipelago offers over 100 square kilometres of unspoilt white-sand beaches, waterfalls, hidden coves and cliffs. The park is a paradise for wildlife lovers as exotic animals like spectacled langurs and hairy-nosed otters can often be spotted in their natural habitats.

3. Chase waterfalls

Na Muang Waterfalls or ‘Purple Waterfalls’ are Koh Samui’s hidden secret, nestled in the lush jungle a few kilometres south from Nathon. You’ll find a green oasis with two stunning waterfalls over 20 metres high, that cascade over purple coloured rocks and flow into natural pools at the base where you can take a dip and relax after a hike.

4. Visit the mummified monk

Wat Khunaram is a gilded red and white Buddhist temple where the remains of the highly revered ‘Mummy Monk’ are displayed in a glass case. The monk died in 1973 in a seated meditative position and shows minimum signs of decay apart from his eyes which are covered by dark sunglasses. Visitors to the temple can tour the site and learn about the life of this religious icon, before watching local Buddhists praying.

5. Hit up Bophut’s Fisherman’s Village

It was once home to a thriving fishing community, but the Fisherman’s Village is now Koh Samui’s bustling centre where visitors flock to shop boutique stores and markets, dine at trendy restaurants and grab a drink from quaint bars on Beach Road. Every Friday, the whole strip turns into a market where vendors sell local wares and artefacts, trinkets, clothing and delicious street food.

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