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Transportation : Samui international airport
In 2012, the Thai Government announced they are considering a second airport for Ko Samui.
Samui Island Resorts
Guide to Koh Samui
As the second most popular Thai island, Koh Samui is easy to get to via land, boat, or air. There are numerous boats from Surat Thani province on the... 20 September 2013 15:48:00
Ao Prao Resort Koh Samet
Ao Prao Resort , Koh Samet Located in a stunning location at the northern headland of lovely Ao Prao beach , renowned for its crystalline white sand b... 21 October 2013 16:00:00
Chaweng Buri Resort
Surrounded by the rain forest and the sparkling sea,Chaweng Buri Resort is the perfect place for you to spend an unforgettable vacation. Beautifully... 21 October 2013 16:00:00
Koh Samui Resort
Koh Samui (or Ko Samui), or often simply Samui as it is referred to by locals, is an island off the east coast of the Kra Isthmus in Thailand. It is located close to the mainland town of Surat Thani in Surat Thani Province. It is Thailand's third largest island after Phuket and Ko Chang, with an area of 228.7 km2 and a population of over 62,000 attracting 1.5 million tourists per year. Koh Samui has abundant natural resources, white sandy beaches, coral reefs and coconut trees. It is part of Mu Koh Samui.
The expansion of tourism in Koh Samui has resulted in growth in building resorts, bungalows and luxury private villas on the island. This economic growth has led many businessmen from all over the world to invest in Koh Samui. With over 260 resorts and bungalows in Samui, counting from the end of year 2009, it has become Thailand's second largest resort business behind Bangkok and surpassing Phuket.
Koh Samui is small island has a long sandy beach in the east and unspoiled shallow water coral reefs at the beachfront. The island is accessible by taking a ferry and a chartered boat from Pak Meng Pier, Trang province.Remark :
Koh Samui, often called just Samui is an island in the Gulf of Thailand, some 700 km south of Bangkok and about 80 km from the eastern coastline of Southern Thailand.