Coconut Resorts Koh Samui
Koh Samui's magnificent beach holiday villas for rent.
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- Floating with the Spirits of Thailand
- A Voice in the Wilderness
- Fish Fight Club
- The Rocket Festival of Koh Samui
- Muay Thai Training on Koh Samui
- The Koh Samui Butterfly Garden
- The Samui Crocodile Farm
- The Samui Aquarium & Tiger Zoo
- Paradise Park Farm, Koh Samui
- Songkran: Happy New Year Thailand!!
- Holiday Villa Coconut Paradise P2
- Tanim Waterfall & Magic Garden
- A Gentleman with Vision
- Hin Ta & Hin Yai – Grandfather & Grandmother Rocks
- Kristy’s Discovery: Love Villa M2
Author Archives: Glenn R. Wallis
The Loy Krathong Festival – November 10th 2011 Float away your bad luck and ‘non-meritous’ deeds from the past year on a beautiful boat of banana leaves and good fortune: It’s Loy Krathong time! Loy Krathong is by far one … Continue reading
Liz Luxen When it comes time every month to select a topic for our website we are often baffled by the numerous people of relevance who live on Koh Samui. For such a small piece of the Kingdom of Thailand, … Continue reading
He lives a life of solitude. There can be no outside distractions to avert his attention from the grueling training that has become his life. Alone he focuses on his destiny, with only his Master and Trainer as his mentor … Continue reading
Beginning on the 11th of May and running until the 15th, following the traditions of a good Thai celebration, the Koh Samui Rocket Festival will launch into the skies over the Gulf of Thailand, and with it aiding in the main celebrations that are being simultaneously held in the northern province of Isan. Continue reading
Ancient Arts for the Modern Woman When thinking about the connotations of the ancient art form of Muay Thai, or Thai Kick-Boxing as it has become more widely known in Koh Samui training camps, muscular and sweat riddled warriors come … Continue reading
The Butterfly Garden is located on the Southern shores of Koh Samui, created specifically as a natural sanctuary for the butterflies of Asia. Gathered here are also a variety of Arachnid, Beetles and other assorted creatures of mystery that creep, … Continue reading
The island of Koh Samui may at first sight appear to be a somewhat uninhabited island for the most part. Unfortunately, it is an island, and for the wildlife that once lazily ventured here, their time of freedom has expired. … Continue reading
Sebastian Coconut Villas on Koh Samui has seen many people come and go, many have come back year after year, and there are even some that we would love to see more often than we do. We would like to … Continue reading
On the southern coast of Koh Samui, approximately 35 minutes from the airport and 15 minutes from the town of Lamai, and a good 45 minutes from your villa at Coconut Resorts is the beach of Laem Set. During the … Continue reading
The Muslim Fishing Village of Hua Thanon is renowned for a handful of fresh seafood restaurants, but its main attraction lies in the ancient cultures of the local fishermen.
Sawatdee pi maï (wan trut ciin)THE YEAR OF THE RABBIT A Chinese proverb states that all creations are reborn on New Years Day. On February 3rd 2011, the Chinese year of 4079 begins its reign of rebirth, and its people … Continue reading
If your stay is brief, Big Buddha Beach offers convenience due to its close proximity to the airport, as well as to boats chartered for Koh Phangan and Koh Tao. From your resort at Coconut Beach, Big Buddha Beach takes … Continue reading
Koh Samui, Thailand Thailand is renowned for several unique treasures; it’s remarkable people and culture, the gastronomic pleasures of the Orient, the beauty of paradise lost and the most alluring beaches this planet has to offer.
Running along the far northeast corner of the island, Choeng Mon Beach consists of a number of beautiful, secluded bays jutting out from the rest of the island. As a result, this area is popular with families and for romantic … Continue reading
Bophut stands out as the only village on Samui that exudes authentic island charm. It consists of a single street lined with traditional shop-houses, many of which have been converted into restaurants, sales shops and guesthouses.