Koh Samet Holidays
From sinking your toes into the secluded white sands of the quieter beaches, to embracing the excitement of the water sports and part atmosphere of the famous Diamond Beach, here in Koh Samet there is something for everyone. By day the beaches beckon, but by night you will experience an entirely different atmosphere. This is when the island comes to life, and whether you are feasting on the local delicacies or browsing the stalls, there will be no chance for boredom here.
Luxury holidays in Koh Samet
For exclusive resorts and luxury surroundings in this diverse National Park, Kenwood Travel has the knowledge. With over 30 years of experience in the industry, we can offer you some of the most luxurious resorts in the beautiful region of Rayong and the Island of Koh Samet.
With legend claiming that pirates formally inhabited the island leaving a wealth of lost buried treasure, Koh Samet is certainly a hidden jewel in Thailand’s crown. Set sail with Kenwood Travel and enjoy the abundance of natural beauty this National Park has to offer.
10 reasons to holiday in Koh Samet
- The idyllic white sandy beaches
- Sample the fresh seafood caught daily by the locals
- The tropical climate
- Great snorkelling
- Fantastic beach restaurants and nightlife
- The island is preserved by National Park status
- Less crowded diving spots ideal for beginners and diving enthusiasts
- Sunbathe on the famous circular beach of Ao Wong Duen
- The warm and friendly Thai people
- Within easy reach of Bangkok and Pattaya
Things to do in Koh Samet
With a vast array of activities on the Island you will never find yourself at a loss of what to do. Visit Hat Sai Kaew (The Diamond Beach) with over one kilometre of crystal sandy beach where you could opt for a spot of sunbathing and swimming or even partake in some of the watersports on offer including snorkelling and jet skiing.
In the evening take a trip to the Ao Prao located on the west side and catch a spectacular sunset from some of the impressive cliff-side’s and beaches.
For something a little livelier go and see one of the twice nightly fire shows at the famous Ploy Thalee Restaurant with performances at 8.30pm and 10.30pm. You could then sample some of the freshly caught seafood at the restaurants along Ao Phai and Hat Sai Kaew beaches before enjoying some of the dynamic beachfront nightlife.
The weather in the Rayong province has a year round tropical climate that can be split into 3 seasons: hot, cool and rainy. During the months of March to August the climate is assured to be hot and dry. From September to November you will experience the rainy season, although with its microclimate it gets a lot less rainfall than the rest of Eastern Thailand. Finally the cool season runs from December to February with little rain and a nice ocean breeze.
Interesting facts about Koh Samet
- The island is one of 96 National Parks in Thailand
- Area – 228.7 sq. km
- Province – Rayong
- Currency – Baht
Koh Samet Holidays 2013
We can offer holidays to Koh Samet for 2013 for amazing all-inclusive holidays, weddings and honeymoons. Book early to avoid disappointment!
For a more personalised holiday get in touch! We can offer a bespoke holiday made just for you, adding cruises and multi-centre trips to suit your desires. We’ve got it all, just call us on 0207 749 9275 and discover something new!
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