Samui Wining & Dining
A Warm Welcome

A Wram Welcome

Some say Samui has it all; idyllic beaches, glorious weather, nearby islands, temples, the green mountainous interior, waterfalls and amazing views. Not to mention thousands of restaurants, bars and music venues and activities for both adults and children. Try some go-karting, visit a water park or an elephant sanctuary, or relax in a spa, meditation or yoga class.


As we move into the last two months of 2019, be mindful that November is known as the beginning of the monsoon season. You may experience a short-lived torrential downpour, returning to sunshine soon afterwards, or the longer lasting drizzly rain that you tend to associate with Europe. The good news is the temperature always remains around 25 to 28 degrees Celsius. So, although it might keep you from the beach occasionally, it won’t stop you enjoying the many other activities on offer as we wind our way into December.


You’ll find that Christmas on Samui is a rather laid back affair. Santa hats make an appearance for Christmas Eve or Christmas Day when many resorts and restaurants have a traditional European style Christmas dinner. As 2019 comes to a close, enjoy one of the many New Year’s Eve parties, with fireworks lighting up the tropical skies, accentuating the sea and mountains.


It’s easy to immerse yourself in all Samui has to offer. But whether you have sunshine or showers, you are sure to have lots of fun.


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