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Three Bedroom Pool Villa Only Three Minutes from the Golf Course, Kathu, Phuket
Three Bedroom Pool Villa Only Three Minutes from the Golf Course, Kathu, Phuket
Refcode: HSIL8337
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URGENT SALE REQUIRED: Cute, Sophisticated One-Bedroom Pool Villa in Layan
URGENT SALE REQUIRED: Cute, Sophisticated One-Bedroom Pool Villa in Layan
Refcode: HSIL8330
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Modern Luxe Seaview 5-Bedroom Villa in Cape Yamu
Modern Luxe Seaview 5-Bedroom Villa in Cape Yamu
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Big Buddha
One of Samui's fastest developing areas, Big Buddha benefits from its proximity to the airport and popular Chaweng Beach. Named after the statue that gives the beach its name it's also one of the most convenient places to catch a ferry or speedboat t ... Read more
Bang Po
In the north of Samui, is a very quiet part of the island with small tranquil beaches scattered along the coast. There are a few boutique resorts and luxurious villas and amazing sunsets can be watched while enjoying a delicious dinner at a beachfron ... Read more
Bophut is really two places: Bophut beach, which sweeps down several kilometres between Big Buddha and Maenam beaches and perhaps one of the oldest places on the island, the charming Fisherman's Village, which takes up the middle section of the beach ... Read more
The most popular area with 6 km of a white sandy beach and clear waters. With plenty of restaurants, spas, discotheques, bars and shopping facilities it is the main tourist center and nightlife area. As the sea is partly shallow most of the year it i ... Read more
Chaweng Noi
South of Chaweng Beach, Chaweng Noi Beach sports coconut groves and small, enticing beachside restaurants. The refreshingly quieter atmosphere promises plenty of relaxation, though you are mere minutes away from the shopping and thrilling nightlife s ... Read more
Much more upmarket that its neighbour Big Buddha, Choeng Mon is made up of a series of bays on the north-western tip of the island, which are dominated by a handful of three to five star resorts. The beach is very quiet and there are a few local rest ... Read more
Coral Cove
Located between Chaweng and Lamai has some small secluded beaches like Thongtakian and is a good for snorkeling. Some resorts are nestled at the hillside with magnificent views over Chaweng Beach. It is only a 10 minutes drive to either Lamai or Chaw ... Read more
Hua Thanon
A 10 minute drive south of Lamai is the home of the Muslim fishing community with a daily fresh seafood market and dozens of colorful longtail-boats. The Samui Aquarium and the Butterfly Garden are located there and the tranquil beaches of Laem Set, ... Read more
Koh Mudsum
Koh Mudsum is a few hundred metres off the southwestern coast of Koh Samui from Taling Nam fishing village, opposite the beaches by the Laem Sor Chedi, a popular spot for a day trip. The long sandy beach is a favourite with local Thai tourists for pi ... Read more
Samui's second major beach is located on a cozy corner in the south of the island. Smaller and a bit more laid-back than Chaweng, you can comfortably walk the town in an evening and find a variety of eateries and entertainment venues. The long perfec ... Read more
The tranquility of Maenam still continues to draw those in search of peace and quiet, retaining its old Samui character. Maenam is home to both backpackers and well heeled guests. Some of Samui's most expensive new deluxe resorts can be found here, p ... Read more
Na Khai
You can take a stroll down to the tranquil shores of Ao Na Khai, a small bay 4km south of Lamai. Ao Na Khai is not suitable for swimming, only beachcombing with some pleasant restaurants along the shore. There are several mountain walking trails in t ... Read more
The majority of the population of Koh Samui is around the coast, focused on the north and east coasts. There is still plenty of space throughout the island away from the tourist areas, making the most of the scenery.
Taling Ngam
This pristine bay stretching along the south-west coast of Samui is still unspoiled and has spectacular views to nearby islands and the mainland. Coral reefs just a stones throw from the beach makes it a paradise for snorkelers. Luxurious resorts alo ... Read more
Thong Tanote
Quiet shallow beaches with views to the neighbouring islands and the mainland. The south coast is very relaxing and there is no shopping or nightlife nearby though it is only a 20 minute drive to Lamai or 30 minutes to Chaweng.
Tong Takian
Ao Tong Takian is a tiny cove situated just north of Lamai beach. Better known as Silver Beach, Ao Tong Takian is a rather famous beach in Samui among hip tourists for its appealing white sands. Ao Tong Takian used to be a relatively unknown spot, is ... Read more
Tong Yang
This side of Samui island has hardly changed within the last few years, as the east and north coasts have changed dramatically. At the sandy beach of the Tong Yang you will find only a few resorts, all owned by people, determined to keep this last un ... Read more
Tong Sai
Tong Sai bay is a small, private enclave in the north east corner of Samui. With pristine white sands and sparkling waters, this beach is never crowded.
Lipa Noi
Lipa Noi or Sunset Beach, is the most serene and untouched beach on the west coast of Koh Samui, just 5 minutes from the ferry pier. It is the place for peaceful and quiet beach living away from the crowds with beautiful sunsets and scenic views of t ... Read more
Na Mueang
At 30m, Na Muang Falls is the tallest waterfall on Samui. The water cascades over amazingly purple rocks and there's a great pool for swimming at the base. This is the most scenic - and somewhat less frequented - of Samui's falls. Na Mueang is a quie ... Read more
The capital of Koh Samui has preserved its charm as a harbour town and is scattered with all kinds of shops, markets, banks and restaurants. Nathon is the major harbour for the ferries from the mainland, the boats to Koh Pha Ngan, Koh Tao and the Ang ... Read more
Ban Harn
Ban Harn on the 4170 road in the far south of the island is where to find the Samui Butterfly Garden and Buddha's Footprint. This unspoilt area is away from the main tourist strips and offers a more traditional way of life.
Laem Yai
At the most north-western point of Samui is Laem Yai, reaching out into the calm waters and offering a true sense of seclusion. Largely uninhabited, just a few resorts share the beach, set back from the main road.