Photo Gallery: Ko Samui

 – The place where you can feel the sand between your toes and you can’t stop smiling –

Ko Samui is one of the Thai islands where the luxury meets budget, where you can taste the best Thai food and attend some of the coolest beach parties. If you get tired of these, the island offers spas and massages that will get you back on the feet immediately and make you feel absolutely relaxed.

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One of Ko Samui’s beaches.
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Beautiful sunset.
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Little island off Ko Samui.
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Bananas that can be found anywhere on the island.
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Smiley elephants.

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Moreover, Ko Samui seems like a perfect romantic holiday and honeymoon destination. The sunset beaches and tropical flowers that can be found everywhere make each day so special and unique. The island greets its visitors with delicious Thai food and cocktails that you can’t find anywhere else. You can take a sunset cruise for two and hire a professional photographer to shoot a series of lasting holiday mementos that you will both never forget!

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Fire show at the beach.
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Colorful cocktails! Who wants one?
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Thai food – fried Pad Thai served with veggies and sprinkled with peanuts.
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Time for coconuts!
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Coconut ice cream anyone?

Ko Samui is also a perfect place for budget travelers and adventure hunters too. If you love sightseeing then you have to make it there. Stunning waterfalls, the Giant Buddha and local markets – anyone can find something for themselves depending on what you prefer. If you prefer to relax and take it slow, treat yourselves with a traditional Thai massage, fruit smoothie and a long walk across the beach at night.

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Local temple in Ko Samui.
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Koh Samui offers a lot for sightseeing lovers.
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Hidden bench at one of the temples.
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Fresh fruits!
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Stunning Waterfalls.
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Another sightseeing gem in Ko Samui.
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The Giant Buddha.
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Lanterns everywhere.
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Fresh orange juice in progress.
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Thai spices.

Whatever you decide to do on Samui, do enjoy yourselves to the fullest because there is no better place for two people who are in love to cherish amazing moments!

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Koh Samui is also the best place for blogging. Agree?

Have you ever visited Ko Samui? If so, how did you like your stay?

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Agness Walewinder
Agness Walewinder
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24 thoughts on “Photo Gallery: Ko Samui”

    1. Agness Walewinder

      You have no idea how happy I’m to hear that, Abigail. We had a great time in Ko Samui and we wish we could get there back soon :-).

  1. Heather @ Ferreting Out the Fun

    It looks like there’s a ton to do there! I almost went to Ko Samui the last time I was in Thailand, but ended up on Ko Lanta instead. Definitely next time!

    1. Agness Walewinder

      Ko Samui offers a lot of activities to do, places to visit and awesome beaches and massages. Everyone can find something interesting :).

  2. Can’t say I’ve ever been to Ko Samui, but your photos make it look beautiful :) Now that I live in Myanmar, it shouldn’t be a huge journey getting there soon! :)

  3. Oh, Koh Samui! It’s been way too long since I’ve been back. One of the things I really love about the East coast is how you get a relaxed vibe at Koh Tao, the backpacker vibe at Koh Phanang and luxury at Koh Samui. And it’s so easy to get around.

  4. It really looks like you will not be able to stop smiling while being there. Paradise. What’s the name of this red fruit? We have a similar one here in Mexico, but it’s green ;) the name is chayote.

    1. Agness Walewinder

      Thailand is the land of smiles, right? As for the fruit, it’s called roseapple and it can be indeed either red or green :).

  5. Raymond Carroll

    I was in Koh Samui in July 2016. I loved it. We stayed at the Sea Breeze Bungalows on Lamai Beach. We were in budget accommodation but some of the hotels and apartments on Samui are real luxury. Great post. Thanks for sharing!

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