The nightlife on Koh Phangan is very different to its big neighbor Koh Samui: Less Thai girls and less girly bars, but more backpackers and more beach bars. The island is mainly known for the full moon party, that’s when thousands of young Farang boys and girls get drunk and crazy on Haad Rin. When it’s …
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Koh Samui is one of the most visited places in Thailand and still if you read many of the “how to get there” guides on the internet, most of them seem to be outdated and often they don’t even tell you how long it takes with a particular type of transport. I revisited Koh Samui …
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Koh Samui Highlights

Last updated: July 12th, 2017 | in Islands | Koh Samui | Southern Thailand | Surat Thani | Traveling

What makes Koh Samui the most visited island in Thailand after Phuket? It’s probably the great mix of nice beaches, huge range of hotel choices from cheap backpacker dorms with shared bathroom to five star luxury resorts with private beach, fine restaurants with both Thai and Western dishes, modern shopping malls, a bustling nightlife and …
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If you are looking for the perfect island in Thailand that has it all – beautiful beaches, a huge choice of both fine Thai and Western restaurants, shopping malls, and overwhelmingly many Farang friendly Thai ladies – then you will find your paradise on Koh Samui. The largest island in the Gulf of Thailand (even …
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It’s hard to tell what was my best day trip in Thailand, there are so many cool places I visited and walking through the rainforest is just different than exploring remote and quite beaches. But the one trip I have done from Ko Pha Ngan is definitely one of the most memorable ones I have …
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Koh Tao boasts some of the most breathtaking scuba diving in the whole world – spectacular reefs and amazing wildlife, all off-shore of pristine white sand beaches.  Beginner divers flock to the island because its crystal clear waters and colorful reefs are shallow enough for newbies to explore. Koh Tao is one of the cheapest …
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Last weekend I went to Chonburi, with just about one hour drive the closest beach town from Bangkok and therefore one of the most popular short time trips for Bangkokians. It didn’t take long until I realized why most of the tourists (especially foreigners) prefer heading one hour further down the coast to Pattaya. I …
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