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Island with 300 million coconut trees, Muay Thai Training, and Scuba Diving


Samui has it all; white sandy beaches, pristine jungles and a vibrant nightlife.

Koh Samui, Thailand’s second most popular island destination, is located in the Gulf of Thailand approximately 700 km south of Bangkok and 80 km from Thailand’s southern coast.

Here it’s possible to relaxing or to enjoy adventures and family activities such as elephant trekking, sailing, diving and golf.

Samui offers various opportunities for sightseeing; waterfalls, temples, a butterfly garden, a zoo, a monkey theatre and a Muay Thai school. All is waiting to be experienced. You can also enjoy delicious dining of all flavors and nationalities. Reaching nearby places to experience various beaches is simple, as it’s possible to rent a motorbike or a car.

Hightlight Beaches

Two of the most famous beaches are ‘Chaweng’ and ‘Lamai’.

Chawaeng Beach


A beautiful beach to stay and the perfect place where to party, located on the northeastern coast of Koh Samui. The white beach stretches for approximately 7 km and is lined with coconut trees, tropical forest, powdery white sand and crystal clear water

The spectacular scenery also offers many activities and facilities. Chaweng was claimed as the most popular destination in Koh Samui, due to its best offer in terms of attractions, dining, shopping and nightlife venues. 


Lamai Beach


The second most popular beach after Chaweng, stretching over 4 km, it offers everything that Chaweng has. The strangely shaped rocks ‘Hin Ta Hin Yai’ make Lamai attractive and interesting, but it’s also a perfect place for swimming and a great place for a stroll after sunset.

The waters are crystal clear, and fringed with soft white sand and rocks. One of Samui’s best snorkeling spots is Coral Cove. There is also a large number of bars, restaurants, coffee shops, spas, shopping zones and night scenes, which are favourite spots for most tourists and young travelers.


“Muay Thai Fighting”


Thai Boxing is Thailand’s national sport. Fighters use their knees, elbows, kicks and punches to hit opponents with bone-crushing strikes.

In Samui there is the famous “Jun Muay Thai Boxing Camp”, where all trainers are highly experienced. 

For anyone who would like to learn the ancestral art of Thai Boxing, all levels from beginner to professional are offered, depending on your needs and interests.

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