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Lying some 50 miles off the eastern coast of mainland Thailand, the idyllic island of Koh Samui starts to spin its magic around you from the minute you arrive. The glorious soft sand beaches, relaxed ambience and selection of hotels has increased the island’s popularity in recent years, however it has also retained much of its sleepy charm and natural beauty.
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Our vastly experienced travel advisors are passionate about Koh Samui. With first-hand knowledge of the island they can advise which resort and hotel is best for you to create the perfect holiday, at the best possible price.
Getting there: There are no direct flights from the UK to Koh Samui. Bangkok is approximately 11.5 hours (non-stop flights) from the UK and the onward flight to Koh Samui is approximately 1 hour 30 minutes.
Best time to travel: Koh Samui has a tropical monsoon climate, with generally good weather year round and temperatures averaging around 28ºC. The dry season runs from December to March and many consider this the best time to visit. The hottest time of year is between March and April, while from May until September late afternoon thunderstorms can roll in. The heaviest rainfall tends to fall between September and November, however it doesn’t rain everyday and is often only in short bursts.
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