Map Route

Day 1


Lunch • SALA Samui for lunch
Secluded from the throngs of tourists, this beachside dining venue serves up some fine food for the avid gourmand. Fresh seafood dishes, traditional Thai, and a cornucopia of international fare make this the perfect place to enjoy some tasty treats before hitting the beach. Go ahead and order a bottle of wine from Samui’s only beachside wine cellar.

Choeng Mon Beach
Find a little peace and quiet at this pretty cove located just north of Chaweng. Relax to a chorus of lapping waves and stroll along the crescent shaped white sand beach, then catch a mid-afternoon snack at one of the many restaurants dotting the shoreline.

Day 2


Morning • Ang Thong
Explore this large marine park, consisting of 42 paradise islands, and take in breathtaking limestone cliff formations and a wide range of exotic wildlife. Be sure to stop by the Bua Bok Cave and marvel at unique geological formations as well as the verdant tropical rainforest.

Evening • Ocean 11
Koh Samui’s only two-storey beachfront restaurant, Ocean 11 is nestled in the heart of trendy Bangrak, known as the ‘Village of Love’. Feast upon fresh seafood, Thai favorites, and international cuisine amidst the soothing seaside atmosphere; this is the perfect place for a romantic evening.

Day 3


Morning • Lamai Beach
Lamai is the second largest beach on Koh Samui, ideal for a lazy day surrounded by hundreds of coconut trees, beautiful cliff views and a more natural ambience than Chaweng. Set up your sun chair and absorb the peaceful atmosphere, while still having easy access to the action.

Evening • Rocky’s
Fill up on perfectly prepared homemade pizzas, fine meats, fresh seafood, and tasty Thai dishes at this chic resort restaurant. Rocky’s was recently selected by “Dining in Paradise” as one of the top 50 most beautiful restaurants in Thailand, and it is not hard to see why.