Top 10 Must-Dos
Make the most of your stay at Four Seasons Resort Koh Samui with our list of top 10 activities. For further ideas or details, ask our Concierge for suggestions or help with planning your stay.
1. Visit Angthong National Marine Park
Take a day tour to one of the most well-known marine parks in Thailand. Mu Koh Ang Thong is an archipelago in the Gulf of Thailand, consisting of more than 40 islands. Most of the islands are close to each other so sailing in the park is a breathtaking panoramic experience. Canoe along the coral reef or go snorkelling and diving in the deep blue sea.
2. Picnic on a secluded beach
Set sail together on one of the Resort’s private cruisers, Minor Affair or Siam Seas. Head to a quiet beach on a secluded island – have a picnic on board or at the beach, and raise a toast to the perfect holiday.
3. Island Tour Cruise
Enjoy Koh Samui’s beautiful shoreline, from the popular beaches and bays of the north and east coast, to the undeveloped, picturesque southern and western shores. Cruise and sail through the Five Islands, known in Thai as Ko Si Ko Ha, and end a unique day with a beautiful sunset.
4. Fisherman’s Village
Spend a relaxing evening at the Fisherman’s Village at Bophut, a charming, laid-back spot right on the beach lined with boutiques, beachfront restaurants and vibrant bars. Stroll down to The Wharf to pick up local souvenirs or enjoy evening sundowners.
5. Discover arts and crafts
Visit galleries like Cera and Oriental Living to shop for unique porcelain and furniture. Art lovers can explore a range of original and contemporary art as well.
6. Chill with a view
Stop by one of the many coffee shops on the island for spectacular hilltop views, like the one at Jungle Club or Vikasa restaurant. Or relax with a stunning beachfront view, such as at Four Smiling Monkeys.
7. Tasty trips to local businesses
Explore small businesses on the island – most of which are related to food and drink! Delight your taste buds, chat with the owners about life on the island and buy great souvenirs at these flourishing local enterprises, from the Magic Rum Distillery owned by a Frenchman to Deva Artisan Chocolate and a locally made coconut oil.
8. A sporting time
Kickboxing, or Muay Thai, is the national sport of Thailand. Get close to the action and watch rounds ringside at Chaweng Beach, one of the island’s most popular beaches and home to Chaweng Stadium, host to all major kickboxing events on the island.
9. Bicycle tour on the island
Enjoy an organized bike tour along the beautiful beaches and mountain terrains of Koh Samui.
10. Spiritual path on the island
Journey on the spiritual path and visit the Secret Buddha Garden – hidden away high in the hills in Koh Samui's interior, offering majestic views and an unusual collection of statues amid lush jungle surroundings. Or visit the Guan Yu Shrine, a Chinese temple with architectural influences from Hainanese arts and culture.