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Ko Pha-ngan

Ko Pha-ngan

4.5/5117 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
Open all day (Local time)
Located 15 km north of Koh Samui, Ko Pha-ngan is a mountainous island surrounded by pristine turquoise ocean. The most renown beach on the island is Hat Rin, where the world-famous “Full Moon Parties” are held. Every month, thousands of tourists flock to the southeastern beach to dance to EDM music and party until dawn.
Chaweng Beach

Chaweng Beach

4.6/51,112 Reviews
Beach
Open all day (Local time)
Located on the east coast of Koh Samui, Chaweng Beach is a 7-kilometer-long crescent-shaped beach. Chaweng Beach is well-known on Koh Samui. The soft white sands of the beach contrast with the aquamarine sea, producing enchanting scenery. The sea here is clear, and there are many small fish swimming around. In addition to the exciting things you can do in the water, you can also enjoy the nightlife in various bars.
Koh Phangan

Koh Phangan

4.6/589 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
Beach
Open all day (Local time)
Koh Phangan is currently a relatively good beach island in Pattaya with a long beach. Seafood dishes, whole pork dinners, etc. are local dishes not to be missed. Banana boats, snorkeling, darts, moonlight and many other free items make visitors forget to return. After the beautiful island scenery on the island, there is an observatory on the pier docked on the island, from which you can see the beautiful corals and tropical fish under the sea.
Maenam Beach

Maenam Beach

4.4/5137 Reviews
Beach
Maenam Beach is located on the north side of Samui Island, west of Borphut Beach. It is surrounded by the ocean on all sides. The ocean water here is calm and has small waves. It is very suitable for diving, sailing, and swimming. Sai Cape is a good place on Samui Island to watch sunset. There are stores, hotels, restaurants, etc. near the beach. While having fun here, visitors can also get a feeling for the local life in the area.
Ang Thong National Marine Park

Ang Thong National Marine Park

4.5/5243 Reviews
National Park
February-April is the best viewing period; closed during November-December (Local time)
Ang Thong National Marine Park is located some 20 kilometers west of Koh Samui. It is comprised of a collection of 42 limestone rock-strewn islands and their territorial waters. The boulders are immersed in the clear tropical waters, creating a sort of natural beauty many tourists describe as being the paradise of their dreams. You can hike to see the hidden Emerald Lake from a distance and experience the wonders of being surrounded on all sides by limestone boulders and cliffs.
Ko Tao

Ko Tao

4.6/5601 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
Koh Tao is located in southern Thailand facing the Gulf of Thailand. Koh Tao is to the north of Koh Samui and Koh Phangan. Underwater visibility is exceptional in Koh Tao, the island is home to vibrant and beautiful coral and abundant marine life, and it provides an excellent diving conditions, making it one of the world’s most famous diving and snorkeling spots. The waters of Koh Tao are crystal clear. Koh Tao has a lot of reefs, and the water temperature is like that in a bathtub. Within a radius of 20 km around the island are underwater hills that provide good diving spots. This is why Koh Tao has become diving site.
Bophut Beach

Bophut Beach

4.5/5161 Reviews
Beach
Open all day (Local time)
Bophut Beach, located on the northern coast of Koh Samui, is an ideal haven for tourists who want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Although it may be rougher and less attractive than the eastern beaches, it offers a relaxing environment and superb view nonetheless. Poipu Beach is known for being close to a small fishing village that was once an ancient settlement on the island. It is a perfect place to enjoy the sunset or find a beachside restaurant to sample some of the local delicacies.
Lamai Beach

Lamai Beach

4.5/5420 Reviews
Beach
Open all day (Local time)
Located on the east coast of Koh Samui, Lamai Beach is one of the most popular tourist beaches. It is the second largest beach on the island and offers crystal clear water surrounded by coconut trees and banana groves. Compared to Chaweng Beach, the surroundings of Lamai Beach are peaceful and serene with its own unique flavor. The sand here is more delicate, while seaside activities include diving with loved ones, canoing, sailing, or just kicking back and enjoying the beautiful scenery of the island.
Bottle Beach

Bottle Beach

4.5/53 Reviews
Beach
Koh Nang Yuan

Koh Nang Yuan

4.5/5660 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
Boat Tour
Open all day (Local time)
Nang Yuan Island is located in the Gulf of Thailand near Koh Samui. It is one of Koh Samui's important landmarks. Nang Yuan Island is part of a cluster of three small islands, the beaches of which form an inverted V-shape when seen from the air. In contrast to Koh Tao’s lively beaches, it is very quiet and peaceful here. This idyllic paradise which is ideal for newlyweds looking to spend a romantic honeymoon vacation. Under the rays of the setting sun, visitors can watch the brilliantly changing colors of the sky while enjoying a romantic dinner together. The waters surrounding Nang Yuan Island are especially suitable for novice divers to learn diving in a beautiful and safe, natural environment.
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