Koh Samui is an island off the east coast of Thailand, and is a haven of breathtaking natural beauty and dramatic scenery. As with the other Thai islands, the weather is typically very hot and humid, although is found to be much more tolerable during the period between November and February.
The beaches in Koh Samui are second to none and feature stunning imagery and awe inspiring natural features. Chaweng Beach is the longest and most popular beach on the island, and with fine white sand and crystal clear waters it is not hard to see why. After dark in Koh Samui, the atmosphere picks up pace somewhat, and a stroll along the main beach will uncover various European style bars and pubs. Follow up with a walk to the main strip of Chaweng and sample everything from laid back cocktail lounges to full-on cosmopolitan clubbing venues.
Dining in Koh Samui is a veritable gourmand's paradise with some of the best restaurants in the world with stunning views over the Indian Ocean. Whether you want to sample traditional Thai cuisine or simply a barbecue on the beach, Koh Samui's diverse range of eateries will have you spoilt for choice.