Koh Samui Beaches

Chaweng Beach, Lamai Beach, Bophut and Maenam Beaches...

Just the kind of beaches you find in the ads. Coconut trees swaying over fine, white sand, lapped by clear, clear water. Some virtually deserted, others providing everything you need...

Get a massage, have your hair braided, buy barbecued chicken, sarongs, get to know the locals. Dine in candlelight on beachmats, lounge with a drink on triangular cushions, or simply doze off and chill out...


Most Popular Beaches of Koh Samui
Chaweng Beach Chaweng Beach

Samui's busiest piece of action has some of the Island's finest surf and shopping. Nightlife in Chaweng is streets ahead of anywhere else on Samui. Read More...

 
Lamai Beach Lamai Beach

Samui's second major beach is located on a cozy corner in the south of the island. Smaller and a bit more laid-back than Chaweng, you can comfortably walk into town in the evening. Read More...

Bophut Beach Bophut Beach

Two kilometres of white sandy shoreline fringed by coconut palms - an ideal place to chill out. Bophut's Fisherman's Village is lined with old wooden houses, trendy shops and restaurants... Read More...

 
Maenam Beach Maenam Beach

Maenam continues to draw those in search of peace and quiet, retaining  its old Samui character. Some of Samui' most expensive new deluxe resorts can be found here... Read More...

 

OTHER AREAS OF Koh Samui

Big Buddha Beach Big Buddha Beach

Big Buddha benefits from its proximity to the airport and Chaweng Beach. It's one of the most convenient places to catch a boat to Koh Pha Ngan - home of the famous Full Moon Party. Read More...

 
Choeng Mon Beach Choeng Mon Beach

Much more upmarket that its neighbour Big Buddha, Choeng Mon is made up of a series of bays on the north-western tip of the island, which are dominated by a handful of three to five star resorts... Read More...

Hua Thanon and Bang Kao Hua Thanon and Bang Kao

Hua Thanon And Bang Kao are amongst the least developed parts of Samui with a few resorts along the two beaches on the island's southwest tip. Read More...

 
Lipa Noi Beach Lipa Noi Beach

Lipa Noi Beach is one of the best locations on the island to view the sunset. During the week it's very quiet. A few bungalows and a restaurant can be found close to the beach. Read More...

Nathon Town Nathon Town

Nathon is the island's main port (car ferries also dock at Lipa Noi, a few kilometres south) and jumping off point for the islands of Koh Tao, Koh Phangan and the mainland. Read More...

 
Taling Ngam Taling Ngam

Easily the most remote spot on the island, Taling Ngam's appeal mainly lies with those who want to get away from it all in style, i.e. by staying at InterContinental Samui Baan Taling Ngam Resort. Read More...

Koh Phangan Koh Phangan

World famous due to its Full Moon, Half Moon and many other parties, Koh Phangan actually only has about 10,000 fulltime inhabitants yet up to 30,000 visitors party there. Read More...

 
Koh Tao Koh Tao

Once the haunt of sea-turtles, this small island north of Koh Samui has become a magnet for those who really want to get away from it all. Read More...


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