Offshore coral gardens are set in dazzling crystal clear waters offering honeymoon couples the perfect setting for swimming, snorkelling and kayaking.
Inland, plantations of swaying coconut palms give way to a pristine, jungle-clad mountainous interior that peaks at 635m above sea level on the summit of Khao Pom. Experience the unspoilt rainforest on foot or by elephant, quad bike, mountain bike and ATV.
Pay homage to the Big Buddha at Wat Phra Yai, visit the Na Muang Falls and reflect on the curiously shaped rock formations at the end of Lamai Beach.
Ko Samui is Thailand’s third largest island (at 247km²) and the largest of some 80 (mostly uninhabited) islands in the archipelago, with more than half comprising the Ang Thong National Marine Park.
Once an isolated, self-sufficient community, Koh Samui now provides Thailand with one of its richest sources of tourism income. The island offers numerous activities and attractions to visit as well as a wide range of resorts to suit all budgets.
Short tropical downpours occur from May onward, leading up to the rainy season that lasts from October to mid-December.
Latest update about this honeymoon destination: 9 February, 2017
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