Koh Samet
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Things To Do in Koh Samet

4.5/5
139 Reviews
Beach
I_am_ThirteenWe bought a round-trip ticket at Bangkok Station to go to Koh Samet, 306B one person. The ticket seller repeatedly reminded, "You must take the seat according to the seat number." We got in the car and found that there were very few people and there were many empty seats. When we were about to sit casually in accordance with the "Chinese custom", the crash came. Ask our number. Then took us to the numbered position and sat down. There were no service personnel on the way, and the entire 48-seater cart only had 5. or 6 people, but everyone was quite obedient. There is no room to disrupt order. This is really a good habit. It's just that the speed of the cart is so slow, I guess the speed is about 40M per hour. We arrived at the dock at about 6 o'clock. We bought round-trip tickets and got on the boat. Just saw the scene of the sun setting. Everyone picked up the camera card and wiped the card. The endless sea, the afterglow of the setting sun. Feeling so free. I drove for about half an hour and arrived at the destination. We got off the boat and got on a TUTU car. 20b one person drove us to the hotel booked in advance. Samed Island is a long-shaped island. Most of the low-priced accommodations are in a forest park. So you have to pay environmental taxes when you enter the park. If you are not getting off the TUTU car, not a big bag, no one will force you to pay this tax. It is good to report an island hopping tour locally. Several unknown islands are particularly pleasant. You need to take a speedboat. The speedboat is not a normal bumpy ride. It almost threw me to the ground several times, which was quite exciting. After we arrived, it was very uncomfortable to snorkel and swim. I really hope I can live on the island for two more days, even if I get a black egg.
4.8/5
50 Reviews
Seashore
Beach
JeanPAo Phrao is a beautiful beach with less crowds than Diamond beach and calm crystal clear water. The water is calm since it is a bay. A must when you visit Koh Samet.
4.5/5
64 Reviews
Seashore
Beach
E28***30In the cooking school, you can learn how to cook Thai cuisine. It’s worth experiencing the fun of cooking and the knowledge of Thai cuisine. There are funny chefs here who teach us to cook Tom Yam Kung, which is also my favorite Thai food.
4.6/5
37 Reviews
Seashore
Beach
乖小咪Owangduan Bay in the waters near Samet Island is a very beautiful bay. The water here is very clear and there are abundant coral reefs below the sea surface. It is naturally a sacred place for diving and snorkeling. You can start from Samed Island and take a yacht to participate in a diving day trip. In fact, snorkeling is enough here. The visibility of the sea is very high, and the beautiful corals on the bottom of the sea are clearly distinguishable. It is definitely worth experiencing and admiring.
4.3/5
18 Reviews
Seashore
Beach
诺伊豪森王仙芝We have basically walked through the beaches of Samet Island. Some beaches are very fine white sand, some are bizarre stones, and some are both. But no matter what, the sea water is very beautiful. The beach with stones is very clear, and the stones can be seen...
4.3/5
12 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
_CF***48Ko Talu Island, which means crossing island, is a small private island 100 kilometers near Hua Hin in Thailand. It adopts a one-price all-inclusive service, which costs 4,800 baht for 2 days and 2 nights and 8,000 baht for 3 days and 2 nights. We drove to find it by ourselves. It is estimated that I am the first Chinese to play on the island. The sea is very beautiful and the scenery is beautiful. The rooms on the island are very beautiful and very Siamese. The beach is very long, you can row and swim. In the afternoon, we will organize everyone to go to Shuoxi, go through the jungle to see the cliffs on the mountain; go out to sea to fish for squid in the evening; go snorkeling in the sea on the second day.