About Samui

Koh Samui, situated in the Gulf of Thailand, is Thailand’s second-largest island after Phuket, and is renowned for its lush tropical forests, golden sand beaches, coral reefs, and coconut plantations. Once a thriving fishing community, the island has managed to maintain its historical charm whilst encompassing the new world of tourism.

The climate is tropical monsoon, with the heaviest rainfall seen in October and November. For the rest of the year rain showers tend to be heavy but brief, normally of 20-30 minutes duration.

The centre of Koh Samui is mountainous, primary jungle that is almost uninhabitable whilst the lowland and coastal areas are linked by a single road encircling the island. As the island’s abundant appeal has widened, so the coastal towns have grown to accommodate the influx of visitors and now 5-star hotels, luxurious spas and international cuisine sit side by side with street food stalls and hidden backstreet Buddhist temples.

There is, too, an abundance of activities to be had; as well as traditional water sports and beach activities, cooking courses, yoga instruction, Muay Thai training, scuba diving, golf and so much more are all here to be experienced.

At Samui Le Rêve, we have been enjoying the pleasures of Koh Samui for many years and we are always available for advice and assistance. We can, as well, help you arrange trips, guides, and transport to ensure you get the best from your holiday.

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What to Bring

  • Sunscreen
  • Passport copy
  • Bathing suit
  • Camera
  • Waterproof bag
  • Sandal
  • Household remedies
  • Sunglasses
  • Hat

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