Koh Samui Beach Holiday

Samui has a range of beaches for all types, with different things to see and do. Koh Samui is a beach loverís paradise. The island has its own style of beach culture, dress, food Ė everything. Do yourself a favour and explore. Donít miss a single grain of sand.

Chaweng Beach
Chaweng beach is what Samui is all about for the majority of visitors to the island. The beach is around 4km long and is full of sun seekers and party goers.
Lamai Beach
Lamai Beach is a popular tourist spot with plenty of hotel rooms to suit all budgets. The beach is large, with wide and hefty sands.
Bophut Beach
Bophut beach is a family orientated stretch of white sand lined by top restaurants along quaint walking streets...Bophut beach is a family orientated stretch of white sand lined by top restaurants along quaint walking streets and the blue sea of the Gulf of the Siam. The beach is decked with sun beds, food merchants and holiday makers.

 
Maenam Beach
Maenam Beach is a substantial length of beach front in the northern coast of Koh Samui.Maenam Beach is a substantial length of beach front in the northern coast of Koh Samui.
Choeng Mon Beach
Choeng Mon is a trendy and peaceful beach village up on the north east of the island with close links to both Bophut and Big Buddha.Choeng Mon is a trendy and peaceful beach village up on the north east of the island with close links to both Bophut and Big Buddha.
Rak Beach
Bang Rak beach is located in the north east of Koh Samui and has white sand, nice swimming options and safety for kids.Bang Rak beach is located in the north east of Koh Samui and has white sand, nice swimming options and safety for kids. Bang Rak is more than just a beach. The surrounding village and a must visit for its restaurants, low key but fun nightlife and general fun atmosphere.
Thong Takian beach
(or as known by tourists ďSilver BeachĒ) located between Chaweng and Lamai beach, is a lovely beach with dust-like white sand, that squeaks up between your toes. There's ample shade and very good snorkeling offshore. The beach is quiet and beautiful and if you walk 100m down the sands, there is a break in the rocks where you can bathe in the warm ocean.
Coral Cove Beach
Chaweng and Lamai are Koh Samuiís two most often visited holiday destinations. Coral Cove is less well known, and yet more appealing to the visitor to Samui who seeks a private piece of paradise with calm, quiet and seclusion. The beach is located off an inconspicuous turning along the hilly main road connecting the two famous holiday destinations.
Hua Thanon Beach
Hua Thanon is a traditional Koh Samui village and that means one thing and one thing alone Ė fishing. The original settlers of the island came here from China and survived s fisherman families. In Hua Thanon, not much has changed.
Big Buddha Beach
Big Buddha Beach is up in the Northeast of Koh Samui and takes its name from the islandís most oft visited tourist attraction, a 12 metre tall statue of the Buddha, with views of the beach below. The statues has been standing at the top of a steep climb of steps for 30 odd years, and is now surrounded down below by vendours and Buddhist themed offerings and superstition, and even more spectacularly, it is joined close by other equally giant statues and temples.
Bang Po Beach
Bang Por has attracted a lot of attention from big media players in recent months. Englandís football superstar has bought an area of land at one end, high on a hill overlooking the bay (manager Sven Goran Eriksson already has a villa on Samui and Beckhamís team mate Wayne Rooney is looking to invest here) and at the other end, Four Seasons, now owned by Bill Gates, has just opened a resort, the finest on the island, making the most of the ideal surroundings.
Laem Yai Beach
On the northwest headland of Koh Samui, on a hillside that slopes down to the crystal blue sea, Laem Yai beach represents a unique holiday destination. The area has 420 meters of beach frontage, and that ?aint bad. The views take in sunrise and sunset, miraculously, and perfectly embrace the vista of neighbouring island, Koh Phangnan. Laem Yai beach is quietly removed ? 800 meters ? from the ring road and is 13km to Chaweng, about 30 minutes drive, and the same again to Koh Samui International Boutique Airport.
Baan Plai Laem Beach
Baan Plai Laem is silent! Thatís something thatís becoming harder and harder to find on Koh Samui. There are no large hotels or large resorts, no construction cranes; the place is what youíd hope for from a tropical island beach.
Tongsai Beach
Itís becoming increasingly difficult to find pure and un-spoilt beaches on Koh Samui. The island is rising in popularity as a holiday spot and so in places has lost its remote tropical island feel. Inevitable. However, in certain locations where beaches have become privately owned, you can still get a feel of that untouched paradise feel.
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