Koh Samui Attractions
Although it's tempting to enjoy the beach and the sea, there's plenty on Samui to keep even the most restless explorer busy. And there's lots to see and do that aren't high energy activities, either. In the daytime there's a variety of sporty things like quad-biking, football golf or Kart racing. And when it comes to sightseeing, there's plenty to pick from, too. But it's at night that the island's at its most enjoyable, with a range of quality dining and entertainment that has something for everyone.
Golden sand and swaying palms. All Samui's beaches are delightful but they vary from rocky to sandy and some have perfect paddling for the kids.
For a small island Samui has a long and even eccentric history. There's a mummified monk, Buddha's footprint and lots of local colour that will work your camera overtime.
Dinner and a show or thrashing at a disco? Live bands, bars, restaurants, chill-out spots on the beach or in aircon luxury. There's so many things to do at night on Samui.
Dinner with a show or let's go somewhere afterwards? The night is young and there's a wide range of entertainment from Thai classical dance to ladyboy cabaret.
You want it, you've got it. Top-end spas offer healing and spiritual therapies. Or you can go for pampering, or simply a really good rub down on the beach. Samui's got it all.
There's lots to do on Samui, from leisurely walks and temple tours to extreme activities - at the top of the mountain or out at sea - it's fun for all.
There's a hundred places to go and things to see. Put yourself in the hands of the professionals and see the sights and immerse yourself in local culture.
Samui has more fine-dining restaurants per square metre than anywhere else in the world. And there's countless budget eateries also. It's a gourmet's paradise.
Want to shop to you drop? Well you can! Samui has Street stalls, markets, supermarkets, hypermarkets & temple fairs. Bargains galore await.
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