Koh Samui really does have the perfect mix and combination of nearly everything and never fails to top the lists of the world’s best beach destinations.

Along its awe—inspiring coastlines you find sandy beaches, crystal-clear waters, unspoiled shallow-water, coral reefs and amazing landscapes.

Deeper inside the island is home to lush tropical forest and fresh waterfalls.

The seasons on Koh Samui run slightly differently to Andaman destinations.

The peak periods are the dry and the summer seasons that run between December and August, while the fresh, wet season runs between September and November.



Mae Nam Beach offers narrow beach line dotted with endless coconut trees and has possibly the most peaceful vibe on the Island.

Thanks to the arrival of five-star boutique hotels it is now one of the most upscale beaches on Koh Samui and if you like a party Mae Nam is also one of the best places to connect you to the world famous Full Moon Party on Koh Phangan as its home to piers of ferryboat Lomprayah which run daily to Ko Phangan.




Once a sleepy fisherman’s village Bo Phut is now one of Koh Samui’s top destinations and is known as the place to hang out after sunset due to its chic bars, night market and many restaurants.




Samui’s second longest beach situated on the South East of the Island with a variety of accommodation ranging from high end hotels to beach bungalows.

Lamai is a great for dining and drinking with bars such as Beach Republic but is also a stunning beach setting with beautiful rock formations.




Situated on the East of Samui and being the longest beach Chaweng has beautiful white sand and really is the most happening place on the Island.

Along its 6 kilometer sandy walkway Chaweng is packed with hotels, bungalows, beach bars and clubs.

The sea level is safe for swimming and the seabed is less rocky than other parts of the Island.

Chaweng is also close to Samui International Airport which is only a 20 minute drive away.