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Koh Samui Tourism FAQs

1.How many tourists visit Koh Samui each year?

Before the Covid-19 pandemic, Koh Samui saw an average of 2.7 million tourists each year. Now, as the pandemic is weakening, new measures have been adopted by the Thai government to allow tourists to return.

2.Is it safe to travel to Koh Samui?

Koh Samui, like all of Thailand, is considered quite safe for travellers and expats alike. As violent crimes are rare against foreigners, it is advised to take normal precautions just as you would in your home country. Statistically, Koh Samui and Thailand have less overall crime rates than that of most Western countries. Petty crimes can and do happen, although it is not prevalent. Taking a stroll after dark is always not recommended, regardless of what country in which you reside.

3.Is it worth going to Koh Samui?

Personally, I would recommend having at least 5 days on Koh Samui. This will give you time to explore the different areas of the island and get a day trip in too. Koh Samui is a large island and anything less than 5 days would feel rushed. Lamai Viewpoint and cafe is one of the best spots on Koh Samui for great views!

4.How many days should I spend in Koh Samui?

Without a doubt, 3 perfect days in Koh Samui should include a day trip to this incredible place of natural beauty. Ang Thong National Marine Park is a string of tiny islands where you can find limestone cliffs, rocky caves, lakes and waterfalls, white-sand beaches, coral reefs, hiking trails, and more.


5.How do you spend a day in Koh Samui?

Public taxis are available (make sure they use the meter), but the roads are good and renting a motorbike is a fun option.

Chaweng Noi Beach.

Lamai Beach.

Mu Ko Ang Thong National Park.

Big Buddha Temple (Wat Phra Yai)

Fisherman’s Village.

Na Muang Waterfall.

Bang Po Beach.

Chaweng Boxing Stadium.

6.Is Koh Samui more beautiful than Phuket?

And you’re tossing back and forth between Phuket or Koh Samui. Which of these islands is actually the best? Choosing one over the other is like choosing between an apple and an orange: both are equally beautiful and the only difference between the two is your own preference.

7.Which month is best for Samui?

The dry season, which runs from December to August, is the best time to visit Koh Samui in terms of weather. During this time, the weather is sunny and hot, with temperatures averaging around 30 degrees Celsius. The wet season, which runs from September to November, is characterized by heavy rainfall and high humidity.

8.What is Koh Samui best known for?

Koh Samui is blessed with white sandy beaches making it the perfect beach vacation in Thailand. Chaweng Beach is Koh Samui’s most popular beach and with good reason. It is one very large stretch of white sand with shady palm trees. In fact, it is so large it is broken into four parts, North, Central, South, and Little.

9.Is it safe to walk around Koh Samui?

There are not any particularly dangerous areas in Koh Samui. The only place you may want to avoid staying close to is the red-light districts in Lamai and Chaweng. These areas are loud, and the atmosphere becomes seedy late at night. That doesn’t mean you should exclude Chaweng and Lamai, though.

10.Is Koh Samui a party island?

The nightlife in Koh Samui is known as being some of the best in Thailand, if not the world. Koh Samui’s full moon parties attract visitors from across the globe, and its party capital Chaweng is jam-packed with beer bars, discos, nightclubs and parties.

11.What is the wettest month in Koh Samui?

November, Koh Samui’s wettest month, sees an average of 489.66 mm/10 inches of rainfall. ‍Tip: If you burn easily, avoid the sun, or don’t like to tan, you might love visiting Koh Samui in November.

12.Where is the least touristy part of Koh Samui?

Samrong Beach and Tonson Bay are a pair of beautiful quiet beaches is Koh Samui’s northern shores. The twin beaches are located close to bustling Chaweng, but still remain under the radar of most visitors to Koh Samui.

13.Is it safe to drink water in Koh Samui?

Much of the tap water on the island is not safe to drink. It doesn’t taste great, either, so we don’t recommend drinking water straight from the tap in Koh Samui or even using it to clean your teeth. Safe, bottled mineral water is available all over the island so it’s easy to stock up while you’re there on vacation.

14.Is Koh Samui safe for solo females?

Ko Samui is generally safe for solo female travellers. The island is known for its friendly locals and laid-back atmosphere, and the crime rate is low.

15.Does Koh Samui have a red light district?

Red light district Koh Samui – all about it – SamuiOnline

It has two big red light district on Koh Samui. One is in Lamai and the other in Chaweng.

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