Samui Beach
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Koh Samui Beach

Just the kind of beaches you find in the ads. Coconut trees swaying over fine, white sand, lapped by clear, clear water. Some virtually deserted, others providing everything you need...........


Lamai Beach

Ten years or so ago, Lamai Beach was by far the coolest place on the island and had much better bars and restaurants than Chaweng. Nowadays Lamai is comparatively quiet. A laid back kind of place, eclipsed by busier Chaweng.........


Chaweng Beach

On the east coast of Samui Island lays Chaweng Beach, a classic tropical beach in all respects. Chaweng Beach is the longest strip on the island. Stretching for 6 kilometers, Chaweng is most popular and offers a wide range of facilities from the luxurious to the very basic at varying prices. ...........


Taling Ngam

Easily the most remote spot on the island, Taling Ngam's appeal mainly lies with those who want to get away from it all in style, i.e. by staying at Le Royal Meridien Baan Taling Ngam, one of Samui's foremost luxury hotels...............


Lipa Noi Beach

Its closeness to the island's main car ferry pier makes Lipa Noi a convenient choice for anyone driving to Samui from the mainland. The beach has fine white sand and there are no rocks or coral in the water, making it one of the best beaches for kids on the island. The water is also very shallow for up to 100 metres out. .........................


Hua Thanon Beach

Hua Thanon And Bang Kao are amongst the least developed parts of Samui and there are only a few resorts spread at leisurely intervals along the two beaches on the island's south west tip.

Bang Kao is home to Central Samui Village which offers upscale accommodation that stretches down a steep hillside to the beach below. ..................


Choeng Mon Beach

Much more upmarket that its neighbour Big Buddha, Choeng Mon is made up of a series of bays on the north-western tip of the island, which are dominated by a handful of three to five star resorts. Most of the activity of places like the White House, ..............


Big Buddha Beach

One of Samui's fastest developing areas, Big Buddha benefits from its proximity to the airport and Chaweng Beach. It's also the best place in the north of the island to catch a ferry or speedboat over to Had Rin on the island of Ko Pha Ngan - home of the Full Moon Party.............


Kok Taen and Kok Mudsum?

Located a short boat ride from Samui's south coast, these two small islands often come together as a package (with either fishing or snorkelling thrown in) offered as a daytrip by local tour companies and individuals. Koh Mudsum is basically one long beach that is unfortunately rather dirty in places. There's also a dead reef directly off shore, which makes swimming tricky, and a pearl farm that's open to visitors. ...........


Koh Tao

Once the haunt of sea-turtles, this small island north of Koh Samui with its quiet undisturbed beaches has become a magnet for those who really want to get away from it all and for divers who come to view the colourful coral beds..................

 

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