Koh Samui Transportations Category

Asian Holiday Money Guide

Posted on 20 Aug 2010 In: Koh Samui Transportations

… , or even months holiday in Asia.

Staying at a one of those gorgeous Bali villas, or a beach side hut in Koh Samui, or even diving in Cebu?

What is probably outstanding is your Travel Money Strategy. No, I don’t mean how much money you …

… week on Koh Phangan. However, three days in it turned a bit ugly.

Quad bikes are not fun. They are not safe. Neither are the nice to fall off of.

I know. Upon getting on a quad bike one night and asking the driver to slow down

… great stories, which my friends soon got bored with.

I returned a few times mainly to Bangkok and Koh Samui happy to be back in the land of smiles but feeling slightly disappointed at all the changes. The old story of development …

… hardly any currents. You can also enjoy several other water related activities, such as wake boarding, water skiing, sumo tube, wind surfing, and sailing. Ko Tao can be accessed catching ferries from Surat Thani, or Ko Samui, or Ko Pha Ngan.

Volunteering in Thailand

Posted on 20 Apr 2010 In: Koh Samui Transportations

… Whether it is the busy and over crowded beaches of Phuket or the tranquil and far from the madding crowd beaches of Koh Samui, the beaches of Thailand drives a major part of its economy. Thailand has varied natural splendor from the mountains to the …

A Guide to Samui Travel

Posted on 20 Apr 2010 In: Koh Samui Transportations

… between Na Thon and Surat Thani. The timings for the ferry change frequently. Boats are also there to connect Samui to Koh Phangan and Koh Tao. It is easy to get a ferry from this island and most of the travel agents have updated fares and schedules …

Koh Samui Airport

Posted on 8 Apr 2010 In: Koh Samui Transportations

… and flashiest airport in the world but I’ve never seen anyone standing around taking hundreds of photos of it like they do of Samui Airport. This airport almost seems to be smiling at you – wanting its photo taken. And for sure no other airport

… be found at hire shops across the island and with a little care and concentration you should have no problem in getting around.

Just as visitors to the major cities of Europe often spend days touring churches and cathedrals, the temples of …

… travelers in general. And it’s ideal for those who don’t want to make the long (and expensive) journey to Phukey or Koh Samui.

You don’t need to travel all the way to the south of Thailand to find wonderful tropical beaches and resort …

Thailand Travel: Ixs

Posted on 1 Apr 2010 In: Koh Samui Transportations

… North America, Asia and Australia. Flights, from Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Penang and Hong Kong, land on a regular basis at Chiangmai, Koh Samui, Phuket and Hat Yai. Charter flights sometimes land in Bangkok, Phuket, and at U-Taphao for Pattaya.