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Koh Samui Key Facts

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Languages

The most commonly spoken language is Thai.

Currency & Cost

The currency used in Koh Samui is the Thai Baht.

£10 = 10 espressos, or 2 foot massages on the beach.

Local Time

7 hours ahead

Frequently Asked Questions

The weather in Koh Samui tends to be bright and sunny almost all year round. The rainy season is between September and November, followed by the driest months from December until February. But whenever you go, it’s safe to say you’ll have a lovely warm welcome.
To be near to a little bit of everything Koh Samui has to offer, hotels in Lamai should be your first port of call. Hike to Lamai Viewpoint to see the heart-shaped Valentine Stone and Siva Tara Waterfall, before zip-lining back down to earth. Visit Modern Thai Art Gallery to admire work by local artists, and stop off at Wat Lamai and Cultural Hall to see ancient cooking and agricultural tools and weapons.Choose from hotels in Chaweng to be best placed for a relaxing Thai holiday. Chaweng Beach is a five-kilometre stretch of white sand and sparkling water, perfect for swimming – you can also get massages on your sun lounger. Visit Wat Khao Hua Jook, a Buddhist temple which has incredible views and a replica of Buddha’s footprint inside.For a fun-packed family holiday, hotels in Maenam are a good idea. Pink Elephant Waterpark is 13 minutes away by car, with rides, rapids and pools to suit all the family. There’s also Samui Canopy Adventures, a haven of cable rides and zip lines through the jungle and waterfalls. In the evening, head to Maenam Walking Street to try fresh street food and listen to local musicians.Hotels in Choeng Mon are perfect for couples looking to take it easy. You’ll be next to Choeng Mon Beach, a quiet, crescent-shaped bay with a nearby island that’s easy to reach during low tide. Pop into Art-Samui and be bewildered by the 65 optical-illusion works of art there, or head to Imperial Spa for a range of treatments.