Activities on Koh Samui
Ground, Sea, Air
Koh Samui and the surrounding islands offer excellent opportunities for adrenaline-junkies
to burn off stress in the fresh air and clear waters.
Active watersport enthusiast? Or simply enjoy beach walking? Like exploring waterfalls? Keen to learn something new like Thai boxing or windsurfing?
On Samui, you can find all sorts of ways to be active.
You can ask to your Hotel lobby, travel agent, or rely on Bangkok Airways /GET YOUR GUIDE partnership
to find the reliable solution which suits your needs.
Meet the corals
This is really an activity you can do in any kind of Samui archipelago islands.
And it is free!
Get your lungs oxygenated and breathe the pure iodized air of the sea...
On the Beach
Thai people love sharing their knowledge, so that learning to cook is a
playful and delicious experience.
Most of the resorts offers Thai Cooking class experience.
Get amazed by the windsurfing skills of hotels beach boys who will
take you on a journey full of water and wind.
Ask to your lobby.
Right on any beach, you can find paddle boards ready
to be hired.
Not expensive, a lot of fun, being solar shade cream.
Book your board here.
in the sunset
Ride into the sunset on Samui’s quiet and amazing south coast.
With views of the neighboring islands of Koh Matsum and Koh Tan and the distant mainland, this scenic beach, fringed by rocks and reefs, is relaxant and peaceful.
Wat Plai Laem
Near Bang Rak
In every island community, Koh Samui’s Buddhist
temples serve both as tranquil refuges and busy
Like the majestic Plai Laem Temple which certainly deserves a visit.
at any Resort & Spa
Beach yoga may make you feel like you’re on vacation, and it has plenty of health benefits too.
Taking your practice to the beach can help you challenge yourself, protect your body, deepen your poses, feel better about life and even recover faster.
Enjoy self defense
Muay Thai, characterised
by lightning-fast high
kicks, is known as a tough martial art. If you’d like to
try at this ancient sport, enquire at your hotel’s
activity desk regarding private lessons.
It’s a great day out to explore Samui archipelago.
So many choices - join a dive group, take a tour boat, or sign up for a day sail.
Above Lamai Beach
Samui is mostly composed of granitic rocks, but few are as dramatic as the stunning Overlap Stone, on the hill above Lamai.
It is a must to visit.
Some resorts organize specific activities for kids, for their enjoinment and also to give to their parents - as someone say - few hours of romantic solitude.
Guan Yu temple
Hua Thanon, Lamai.
Guan Yu Chinese temple
Samui’s temple is dedicated to Guan Gong.
Many people bring offerings in his honour on auspicious occasions. He is often portrayed in paintings
sitting in a chair, with a long beard and a stern and awe-inspiring expression on his red face.
Wat Pra Yai
On the northern coast of Koh Samui is the famous
golden Big Buddha, visible from several kilometre
away. In the surrounding temples are many shrines
and smaller Buddha images. There is also a market
with a wide range of lucky charms and other religious
souvenirs, alongside numerous food stalls.