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Koh Samet

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An alluring mix of superb beaches and relaxed atmosphere

This delightful island, just five miles off the eastern Gulf of Thailand, is a designated national park; in fact all visitors have to pay an entrance fee on arrival (approx. £3.50). Its fourteen small but dazzlingly white beaches are breathtakingly beautiful, lapped by invitingly green-blue water and many are shaded by coconut palms and cajeput (samet) trees.

Why visit Koh Samet?

  • Stunning white-sand beaches
  • Great year round weather
  • Lots of watersports
  • Excellent seafood
Browse hotels in Koh Samet

Browse Accommodation

Ao Prao Resort - Pool and Deck

Ao Prao Resort

From £52 pp

This delightful resort enjoys a stunning location at the northern headland of lovely Ao Prao beach.

Le Vimarn main pool

Le Vimarn Cottages

From £69 pp
Silver Plus

Le Vimarn Cottages is a stylish retreat clustered on the gentle slope of a hilly cove overlooking a picturesque bay in the west of the island.

Paradee - Pool and Beachfront


From £99 pp
The Prestige Collection - for those who demand the ultimate in luxurious accommodation

Paradee, which means "sixth heaven" is a discerning travellers paradise which resides on a narrow neck of palm-fringed beach in secluded Ao Kiew.

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Our vastly experienced travel advisors are passionate about Koh Samet. With first-hand knowledge of the island they can advise which resort and hotel is best for you to create the perfect holiday, at the best possible price.

The facts:

Getting there: There are no direct flights from the UK to Koh Samet. From Bangkok the road transfer takes approximately 2 hours 15 minutes which is followed by a 20 minute boat journey.

Best time to travel: Koh Samet can be visited year round, although the best time is between November and February, however even during the rainy season (June to October) it doesn’t rain as much as other Thai resorts.

Koh Samet climate:

Koh Samet Climate Chart