Idyllic Samui’s position offers a perfect vantage point for views over the bays and beaches The resort, lies between two hills and is right on the oceanfront.
On a clear day you may spot the 8 meters high, magnificent golden Big Buddha statue, not far from the resort. Flying to Koh Samui from all over Europe, America, Asia & Australia is easy!
The island has a small airport with multiple flights arriving and leaving daily from and to Bangkok and Singapore (Bangkok) and multiple flights weekly to Pattaya, Phuket, Chiang Mai, Singapore, Hong Kong, and Kuala Lumpur.
There are, for the more adventurous traveler, other ways to travel to Koh Samui. There is the air-conditioned bus from Bangkok to Koh Samui for instance, but a highly recommended method is taking the night train from Bangkok to Sura Thani and from there onwards to Koh Samui by boat. When traveling this way it is recommended that you purchase the combination ticket for train, bus and boat and book a sleeping compartment in the train. Departure from Bangkok by train is around 6 pm and arrival in Sura Thani early the following morning. The bus, for the 10 minute drive to the boat, can be found right outside station.
The boat trip takes an additional two hours, arrival on the island being late morning which leaves you with most of the day left to enjoy.