Koh Samui Luxury Holiday Villas for rent

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Koh Samui is the third largest island of Thailand with 250 square kilometers and 40’000 residents. Located in the Gulf of Siam, about one hour by plane (700 km), south of Bangkok
In comparison to the main land and Phuket, Samui is less crowded and has more nature to offer. The legendary “Coconut Palm Island” enchants its visitors with forested hills, bizarre rock formations and water falls, millions of coconut palms, lonely bays and none the less with its pulsating villages Lamai and Chaweng with their restaurants, bars, discos and shops

 

Koh Samui Beaches

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Koh Samui mountains

 

All tourists to Thailand will remember it for its incredibly white beaches that are unique in their variety. Here you will find every mix from shallow sloped powdery white sand beaches to grainy sand beaches with steep slopes and rocky corral beaches.
The island in the Gulf of Siam is still living up to its image of a tropical paradise even though it is getting more and more popular as a travel destination. The most important sources of income after tourism and fishing are the plantations of exotic fruits like durian, coconuts, bananas, pineapples and Lychees.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A mountain range is running through the south of the island that creates a weather barrier between east and west.
Best travel season is throughout the whole year.
Mostly the weather is fair with temperatures between 28 – 38 C. April and May are the hottest months like in the rest of Thailand as well. The sun should be avoided as much as possible.
In October, November and June is the rainy season. It is cooling down and there are quite often, usually in the evenings, short but intense rain showers.
December until February as well as July until September is high season for travelling. It is still hot but the humidity is down.

 

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Koh Samui Chaweng

 

The tidal changes are quite strong on Koh Samui especially around full moon. Swimming in the sea during low tide is impossible or difficult at a lot of the beaches in the south, north and west of the island due to large corral riffs in front of the beaches.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Koh Samui Plai Laem

 

Koh Samui Big Buddha

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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