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Koh Samui Holidays

There’s the spectacular cascading waterfalls: Na Muang One & Two, the secret Buddha Garden tucked into the Samui hills and the Big Buddha housed at Phra Yai Temple and standing over 12m high (you may even have seen it from the air as you arrived). So the question remains - where to begin?

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Koh Samui Holidays

From the gentle sound of the year-round warm waters lapping from the Gulf of Thailand, to the lush green tree lined shores, the natural beauty of Koh Samui will stay with you forever.

Positioned off the east coast of the Kra Isthmus – a spectacular land bridge connecting the Malay Peninsula with the Asian mainland, known as ‘The Devil’s Neck’ – your Koh Samui holiday will be filled with warm waters, tropical weather, and a munificence of exotic wildlife.

The island contrasts both man-made and natural beauty. You can take a trip to the Big Buddha gilded in gold, or visit The Ang Thong National Marine Park: a 42 island archipelago only a short distance from the north-western coast.

Luxury Holidays in Koh Samui

If you’re in search of supreme indulgence, allow Koh Samui holidays to provide you with Thailand’s most exclusive and exquisite resorts, enveloping you in all the luxury and aesthetic beauty that the region has to offer. Visualise standing upon the warm white sand, as the coming tide sinks your standing feet with herons and vibrant kingfishers poised in their natural habitats. The islands’ sense of seclusion will create your home away from home.

Things to Do in Koh Samui

  • The famous Big Buddha shrine
  • The Ang Thong National Marine Park
  • Take a trip to see Loung Pordaeng at Wat Khunaram, Samui’s most famous mummified monk
  • Stroll through the Secret Buddha Garden on the hills of Samui
  • Be stunned as nature mimics art in the form of Hin Ta and Hin Yai; the Grandfather and Grandmother rock
  • Feast upon an array of Thailand’s finest dishes of Kha Man Gai, Tom Yum Kung, and Kaeng Masaman, to enjoy a traditional Thai culinary experience

Weather in Koh Samui

Weather is divided into three seasons. The dry season is between December and February and you can expect a refreshingly cool breeze alongside the bright sunshine. March to August brings you the hot season, where temperatures range between 28 and 35 degrees. Take a trip between September and November to experience the monsoon season and enjoy the stunning bursts of rain while the temperature simultaneously remains beautifully warm. 

Interesting Facts About Koh Samui

  • Area – 228 sq kilometres
  • Population - 55, 000
  • Currency - Baht

Koh Samui Holidays 2017

If you’re looking for a multi-centre Far East holiday with a difference, let Kenwood Travel take care of every little detail. After all, we’ve been doing it for more than 30 years. Why not begin your holiday with a stay in one of Koh Samui’s exclusive beach hotels, before moving on to one or more of the other islands. The Far East and the rest of the world is truly your oyster; let us take you on a holiday of a lifetime that you will never forget.

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