Check out top sights like Ban Chalok Beach as you discover Chaloklum—an area also known for its beaches.
Nature, Scuba Diving and Beaches
Perched high upon its own dedicated island, the Big Buddha of Koh Samui glints golden in the sun, quietly surveying the buzz of island life going on below.
If you want to catch a glimpse of Koh Samui before tourism development, visit this wonderfully well-kept street of 19th-century Chinese shop-houses and French architecture.
An underappreciated diamond on Samui's north coast, Bang Rak Beach has long been favoured by the young and hip.
Genuine Thai with a Mediterranean vibe. Stay in one of the oldest villages on Koh Samui, where anything goes, from Chinese teahouses to funky young bars.
Jutting out from the west coast of the island, this busy pier is the main entry and exit point for visitors to Koh Samui.
Located on the upmarket north-east of the island and home to some of the most exclusive resorts, private beaches, and family-friendly entertainment on Koh Samui.