Koh Samui Information

Discover Koh Samui

Koh Samui is a tropical Thai island in the Gulf of Siam. Offering sophisticated, modern amenities alongside untouched, idyllic nature, Koh Samui enjoys one of the fastest growing real estate markets in the world.

Investors, visitors and home makers alike arrive on Samui inspired by its pristine beaches, exquisite waterfalls and relaxed island atmosphere. They stay for its outstanding restaurants, professional health-care, international standard schools and unrivalled quality of life.

Removed from the mainland enough to retain a true island feel, and at the same time in-keeping with international developments in stylish living and the comforts of contemporary life, Koh Samui represents the perfect choice for anyone interested in land and property investment in Thailand.

 

Chaweng:

The commercial, vibrant hub of the island, with three private hospitals, an endless stretch of beachfront and countless restaurants. Traffic was recently restricted along the beachfront to create a pleasurable pedestrian feel.

Choeng Mon:

Some say the location of choice for up-market, sophisticated development. Far enough from Chaweng to present a quieter alternative, close enough to be in easy reach of its amenities.

Big Buddha:

Named after Samui?s cultural icon, a huge statue of The Lord Buddha at one end of Bang Rak Bay. Outstanding property value, international community, vibrant nightlife, white sandy beach and thanks to the location, a very gentle sea.

Bophut:

Increasingly trendy location and home to Fisherman?s Village, Samui?s full walking street, with restaurants, bars and shops, converted from Chinese and French building which exhibit the island?s history.

Maenam:

Bohemian village ideally positioned between port-town Nathon and Chaweng Beach. Plenty of one-off shops and eateries, and home to Santiburi Golf Course. A good selection of 5 star hotels located within easy walking distance.

Nathon:

Samui?s administrative town centre with a distinctively Thai/Chinese feel. Plenty of modern amenities, and the mainland in easy reach via the local Seatran ferry.

Lamai:

Quieter than Chaweng, but just as enjoyable, this popular beachfront location features book stores, fitness centres and the ubiquitous high-class restaurants.

Laem Set:

Ten minutes from Lamai but world?s apart: untouched beaches, sparsely populated, and very family orientated. Wide sands and safe waters, with gentle all year round breezes make this very popular with windsurfers.