Your main purpose of visiting Koh Samet may be to do little else except sunbathe, there might come a moment when you may feel the need for a but of activity. Here are some ideas to keep you busy when you aren’t on the beach. . . . . Full review here
Formerly known as “vast jewel island” or to it’s natives as Koh Kaew Phitsadan due to it’s plethora of white sand. The island was later renamed Koh Samet or Cajeput Isle due to the bountifulness of Cajeput trees that grow on the island. . . . . Full review here
This isn’t a restaurant and bar guide to Koh Samet. Nor a list of the best places to eat and drink. Just some ideas of what’s available on the island when you venture out from your accommodation. . . . . Full review here
Blessed with the softest, whitest sand within easy reach of Bangkok, the tiny island of Koh Samet, is a favourite escape for Thais, expats and tourists.
Such is the attractiveness of this 6Km long island, that over 300 years ago it was the inspiration behind classical Thai Poet Sunthorn Phu’s masterpiece Phra Aphai Mani ( A 30,000 line epic saga of Princes, Mermaids and Giants ). . . . . Full review here
Koh Samet has two seasons in the main, a hot and dry season (high season) and a rainy season. Although Ko Samet doesn’t suffer like other islands around monsoon season it’s advisable to know the best time to travel to suit your itinerary. . . . . Full review here
Everyone will have their own answer to this question as there isn’t one beach that is the best on the island. Or one that is best suited to everyone. Here is some information that might help you choose the best beach for you. . . . . Full review here
How will you get from your resort to the pier when it comes to leave the island. If you are departing from Nadan pier on Koh Samet, then you just need to hop on one of the regular pick up truck taxis. . . . . Full review here