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Chaweng Beach

Lamai Beach

Bo Phut Beach

Mae Nam

Chaweng Noi Beach

Choeng Mon Beach

Crystal Bay

Bang Rak Beach

Bang Po

Taling Ngam

Laem Set Beach

Na Thon

Hua Thanon Beach

Laem Samrong

Lamai City Center

Heading to Koh Samui

You can find the best deals on Koh Samui hotels when you book your accommodations with Orbitz.com. Once your reservations have been made, you’ll soon be on your way to an idyllic, funky Thai paradise that enjoys a reputation as a laid-back tourist destination.

Big Buddha Beach

Big Buddha beach, also called Bang Rak, is located on the northern coast of Koh Samui. The name of the area is derived from a giant, golden Buddha statue that can be found on the eastern side of the beach. Big Buddha beach has become extremely popular with expats over the years, and they’ve built up a community that has many different types of accommodation. You could find yourself staying in accommodations ranging from high-end, luxury villas to tiny, cozy bungalows. For fun, you could visit one of the many sports bars that line the main road: they’re famous gathering spots for expats looking to enjoy a beer with friends as they watch major sporting events on big screen televisions.

Big Buddha beach is home to restaurants offering cuisine from all over the world. If you’re looking for an authentic and affordable Thai food experience, check out My Friend restaurant. At first glance, it looks like a non-descript hole in the wall, but once you try out the menu, you’ll soon be enjoying some of the best seafood in all of Thailand. In the evening, settle down in comfort and luxury at the Ban Sabai Big Buddha Spa and Retreat. This laid-back spot has rooms that offer views of the beach and the famous Buddha statue. The rooms are decorated in traditional Thai style with teak furnishing and luscious silk and cotton linens. The resort also features a wellness spa where you can get the ultimate pampering experience. Rates start at $60 per night for a standard room. You can call the hotel at 077-245-175 for more information.

Lamai Beach

Lamai Beach is the second largest beach on Koh Samui. Hop into a jeep and enjoy the spectacular scenery that characterizes the area. You’ll travel over steep hills and giant rock formations as you go exploring. Lamai’s central beach areas are perfect for swimming and jet skiing. Lamai is extremely popular with tourists and travelers looking for plenty of action.

When you’re ready to eat, check out Baobab restaurant, one of the most popular culinary destinations in Lamai. The cuisine is French/Thai, and the restaurant has a staff that goes out of its way to make every guest feel at home. At night, settle in at Rocky’s Boutique Resort. Visitors to this hotel are drawn in by the beautiful accommodations and the extremely friendly staff. You can stay in one of the property’s 47 superb bungalows or in one of three villas that come with private pools. The rooms are decorated with Thai furnishings and feature modern amenities, such as flat-screen televisions and air conditioning. If you’re feeling romantic, the resort can help you renew your vows with your dear one by holding a Buddhist wedding ceremony. Rates start at $188 per night for a deluxe garden-view room. If you’d like to find out more, you can contact the hotel at 66-77-233-020.

Heading to Koh Samui

Use Orbitz.com to find the best rates for Koh Samui hotels. Then pack your bathing suit and head to this fun-filled, tourist-friendly section of Thailand made famous for its luxury lodgings, amazing beaches and friendly people.

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