100% Irish Owned
Fully Licensed & Bonded. Over 50 years experience
Koh Samui is Thailand’s second largest island and lies off the east coast of the country. Visitors are spoiled for choice with many white sand beaches with clear blue waters. The hilly island is a perfect location for hiking with trails set amid the beautiful tropical rainforest or you can take to the water to explore the reefs and limestone islands.
Visit Koh Samui’s unique attractions starting with the famous 12m tall Big Buddha shrine, then find the Secret Buddha Garden hidden in the hills for some spectacular views. Take a dip in the water at Na Muang Waterfall, take a stroll through a night market or discover one of the many beautiful beaches on this paradise island. Chaweng is Koh Samui’s liveliest district where you will find plenty of bars and clubs, some of which offer colourful cabaret shows. Bophut Beach and the charming Fisherman’s Village are well worth visiting, particularly during the weekly street market. Also add Choeng Mon to your list of places to visit, as it's a peaceful area which caters to couples and families.
Koh Samui is a great holiday destination for everyone from couples and groups to families. There are hotels to suit all budgets from luxury resorts and family friendly hotels to budget options.
🧡 Discover Koh Samui’s beautiful beaches
🧡 Take a boat to explore Angthong National Marine Park
🧡 Visit the Big Buddha
🧡 Shop at the night markets
Samui International Airport (USM) serves Koh Samui.
The currency used in Koh Samui is Thai Baht (THB-₿).
Koh Samui is in ICT (Indochina Time) (GMT+6) so is 7 hours ahead of Irish time.
Koh Samui has a tropical climate with hot weather all year. The wet season lasts from May to January while the dry season lasts from February to April. Average temperatures can vary from 28⁰C - 32⁰C.