Samui Wining & Dining
A Warm Welcome

A Warm Welcome

Some of Thailand’s sunniest and most picturesque beaches are to be found right here on Samui, along with sweeps of sand and backdrops of palms. They take some time to explore, and most islanders – even the ones who have lived here all their lives – can’t say they’ve seen everything. But there’s more to Samui than just the sea.

          

Three decades and more of tourists choosing Samui as a holiday destination mean that there’s a vibrant mix of things to do and places to see. You can easily get to most places and these include remote waterfalls, temples and jungle as well as the entire southern swathe of the island, the least developed part.

          

Opt for safety with a hired car, songthaew (shared taxis that ply the larger roads) or even a taxi – the roads and driving conditions make hiring a motorbike extremely chancy – and Samui is yours to explore. You can be intrepid and head for the jungle heart of the island or simply keep to the beaten track. Whatever you decide to do, you can expect to have a lot of fun.

          

And then there are all the dining opportunities. You might not expect it of a small island, but virtually all the world’s major cuisines are to be found here. With prices ranging across the spectrum, you can save or splurge.

          

Samui has something to offer everyone, from toddler to elder. The appeal of the island is irresistible, which is why so many visitors choose to come back again. It’s time for your adventure to begin. Enjoy!

 


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