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A Warm Welcome

A Warm Welcome

Samui is not just about its fabulous palm-fringed beaches that are lapped by the warm turquoise waters. There’s much much more. And that includes a wealth of Buddhist temples revealing the cultural side of the island. Then we have a myriad of adventurous activities available, including elephant trekking, scuba-diving, island-hopping, sailing and even bungy-jumping. Of course, if you’re after more of a sedate Samui experience, there are many world-class spas on Samui offering everything from a basic Thai massage to sumptuous all-in packages. The shopaholics amongst you won’t be disappointed either, with bargaining opportunities abounding.

And when it comes to restaurants, forget any preconceived ideas you may have had that all you’ll get here is a bowl of tom yam gung or a plate of fried rice. Samui prides itself on having one of the widest selections of different cuisines – anywhere! And the restaurants themselves also offer an amazing range, with everything from the most basic roadside eateries through to elegant fine-dining establishments perched on scenic hilltops of spread along the pristine beaches.

Finally, we have the nightlife. And with numerous bars, nightclubs and other entertainment venues, Samui really does offer a total tropical holiday experience.

So, what with all the amazing things to do and see whilst you’re here, you’re sure to have a great time whenever you come. But if you’re here during the Songkran celebrations for the Thai New Year on the 13th April, you’ll have a totally unforgettable experience as you’ll be involved in the world’s biggest water fight – whether you like it or not!


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