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Cheap flights to Koh Samui

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Best Anytime fares to Koh Samui

Cheap round-trip flights to Koh Samui

Departure Arrival Travel dates Airline Round-trip fares
Bangkok Koh Samui Tue, 27 Jan - Fri, 30 Jan airline logo Bangkok Airways £168
London Koh Samui Tue, 13 Jan - Wed, 21 Jan 4-1 version from Alfresco Malaysia Airlines £599
Phuket Koh Samui Mon, 5 Jan - Thu, 8 Jan airline logo Bangkok Airways £127
Chiang Mai Koh Samui Tue, 3 Feb - Wed, 4 Feb airline logo Bangkok Airways £288
Singapore Koh Samui Tue, 6 Jan - Mon, 12 Jan 4-1 version from Alfresco Malaysia Airlines £289
Krabi Koh Samui Sat, 31 Jan - Mon, 16 Feb airline logo Bangkok Airways £212
Hong Kong Koh Samui Sat, 17 Jan - Wed, 28 Jan airline logo Bangkok Airways £404
Manchester Koh Samui Tue, 10 Feb - Wed, 11 Mar airline logo British Airways £804
Kuala Lumpur Koh Samui Wed, 28 Jan - Sun, 1 Feb 4-1 version from Alfresco Malaysia Airlines £181
Siem Reap Koh Samui Fri, 26 Dec - Fri, 2 Jan Multiple Airlines Check rates
Newcastle Upon Tyne Koh Samui Mon, 5 Jan - Mon, 26 Jan airline logo KLM Royal Dutch Airlines £1,295
Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) Koh Samui Mon, 12 Jan - Sat, 17 Jan airline logo Singapore Airlines £508
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Best weekend fares to Koh Samui

Best weekend fares to Koh Samui

Departure Arrival Travel dates Airline Round-trip fares
Bangkok Koh Samui Thu, 29 Jan - Mon, 2 Feb airline logo Bangkok Airways £188
London Koh Samui Fri, 6 Feb - Sun, 8 Feb airline logo British Airways £852
Phuket Koh Samui Sat, 17 Jan - Mon, 19 Jan airline logo Bangkok Airways £137
Chiang Mai Koh Samui Sat, 7 Feb - Mon, 9 Feb airline logo Bangkok Airways £293
Singapore Koh Samui Fri, 23 Jan - Mon, 26 Jan 4-1 version from Alfresco Malaysia Airlines £313
Krabi Koh Samui Fri, 26 Dec - Fri, 2 Jan Multiple Airlines Check rates
Hong Kong Koh Samui Fri, 6 Feb - Sun, 8 Feb airline logo Bangkok Airways £404
Manchester Koh Samui Fri, 26 Dec - Fri, 2 Jan Multiple Airlines Check rates
Kuala Lumpur Koh Samui Fri, 6 Feb - Mon, 9 Feb Firefly Firefly £176
Siem Reap Koh Samui Fri, 26 Dec - Fri, 2 Jan Multiple Airlines Check rates
Newcastle Upon Tyne Koh Samui Fri, 26 Dec - Fri, 2 Jan Multiple Airlines Check rates
Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) Koh Samui Fri, 26 Dec - Fri, 2 Jan Multiple Airlines Check rates
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Booking a Cheap Flight to Koh Samui

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  • Things to do in Koh Samui

    The third largest island in Thailand, Koh Samui is part of a trio of popular destinations in the Gulf of Thailand: Koh Tao has the best (and famously inexpensive) diving, Koh Phangan is infamous for its full-moon parties, and Koh Samui has the most refined beach-vacation atmosphere. Mid-range to upscale accommodations are the norm here, and the vibe is pure relaxation. Just about any treatment on earth is available, from the ubiquitous Thai massage to yoga retreats to weeklong detox cleanse regimens. The island has a few minor attractions—a 40-foot Buddha statue, a few jungle waterfalls, and some provocatively shaped rock formations. Throughout the years though, the culture has progressively catered to the Western traveler (if you’re looking for authentic Thailand, look on), with internet cafés, Starbucks, and knock-off clothing stalls. 
  • Koh Samui When to Go

    Tropical Koh Samui has perennially good conditions, save a rainy season that spans the last quarter of the year. Average year-round temperatures linger in the upper 80s. This means its robust tourist scene is almost always busy. The peak time for visitors, however, is from January to July, when seas are calm, skies are clear, and weather is mild. Expect beaches and attractions to be packed with visitors, especially on heavily developed Chaweng and Lamai beaches, and accommodation prices to be much less flexible than in less upscale Southeast Asian destinations.

    The October to December low season sees a sharp increase in rainstorms, with November bringing particularly heavy rainfall. Think an average of 11 inches per month. During this time, the water can get cloudy, affecting visibility for diving and snorkeling, and beach conditions can get rough. That said, storms generally roll in only during afternoon, and the island still offers a lush, beautiful vacation backdrop, with inland rivers and waterfalls swelling with water. The rains also bring reduced crowds and lower prices for some accommodations.

    In between the peak travel season and the wet season, the August and September shoulder season can offer slightly reduced crowds. This time of year also has occasional showers, and it can get quite hot during the day.

    With a diverse local population that includes Chinese, Indian, and Malay influences, as well as a mix of Buddhists and Muslims, there are festivals and holidays year round. Songkran, the Thai New Year, falls in mid April. The holiday culminates gleefully when locals and tourists alike take to the streets in a massive water fight and douse each other with ice-cold water.