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Koh Samui Top 20

There is such a wide variety of activities available on the island that there is definitely something for everyone here. Listed below are our some of our top suggestions; if none of these are of interest to you, please feel free to speak with our Operations Manager who I am sure will be able to suggest something more to your liking.

  • Boat trip and sea kayak in the Angthong Marine Park;

  • Visit one of the waterfalls on the island;

  • Pay your respect to the Big Buddha and Wat Plailaem;

  • Enjoy a sunset cruise on one of a variety of boats;

  • Trek through the jungle on the back of a Thai elephant;

  • Try scuba diving or get PADI certified at one of the many professional dive shops in Samui;

  • Enjoy a Spa treatment or Thai massage in your villa;

  • Have a Thai cooking lesson in your villa;

  • Enjoy sailing around the island on a yacht charter;

  • Play some golf at one of 3 courses on the island;

  • Try swooping through the tree tops on a cable ride;

  • Go kart in Bophut or Chaweng, or quad bike on the hills in Mae Nam;

  • Go and see the mummified monk at Wat Khu Naram;

  • See the show at the crocodile farm;

  • Catch some traditional Muay Thai boxing in Chaweng;

  • Take a long tail boat to Koh Tan and Koh Matsum;

  • Visit Grandmother and Grandfather rock in Lamai;

  • Try a Muay Thai training lesson;

  • Join a sunset cruise on one of the ancient junk;

  • There are a number of weekly ‘walking streets’ on Samui the most popular being the ones in Mae Nam on Thursday nights and the one in Fisherman’s Village in Bophut on a Friday nights. One can walk through and get a feel of the island people, a colourful tourist market with lots of local eating stalls and mobile bars.