Coconut Resorts Koh Samui
Koh Samui's magnificent beach holiday villas for rent.
Visit us at www.coconutsamui.com
- 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
Category Archives: Koh Samui Beaches
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.
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
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.
Lipa Noi & Baan Taling Ngam South of Nathon, Samui’s west coast draws out into a series of bays that overlook the spectacular Angthong Marine Park, offering the most idyllic locations to watch the sun set into the sea.
Along the sedate beaches of Maenam range an array of cheap bungalows to top end resorts, giving the area an abundance of different visitors from around the globe. The beach itself is a huge horseshoe of soft sand that offers … Continue reading
Lamai has often been referred to as Samui’s second beach, but there are many who believe it has a greater beauty than that of Chaweng. The waters are excellent for swimming and the beaches and streets are less crowded. The … Continue reading
Chaweng is the longest and by far the most popular beach on Samui. It is also the largest tourist centre, boasting hundreds of hotels and bungalows that stretch out along its fine white sands, as well as inland. 5-star luxury … Continue reading
If this is your first experience in the Gulf of Thailand, on a remote beach, surrounded by nothing more than sand and surf, then you are most likely on the beaches of Bang Por, or what locals refer to as … Continue reading