Our Koh Samui resort offers plenty of on-site activities to keep you busy during your stay, but that doesn’t mean you have to limit yourself to exploring our estate. To get you started, we asked our Four Seasons team for their top recommendations to make your visit one to truly remember.
- OUR HEAD BARTENDER’S FAVOURITE COCKTAIL SPOT
Have you ever accidentally spilled your orange juice over your cup of espresso at your breakfast? Probably not, ha! A Smooth Balance Flavor of Coffee and Orange with a little touch caramel juice name ‘Jack Sparrow’ at Bar Baguette will perfectly quench your thirst for every summers in Samui!
- WHERE OUR CHEF DINES ON HER DAY OFF
Visit Pui Yok, a local food shop located at the old town of Koh Samui ‘Nathon.’ Arrive by noon if you would like to try the original Koh Samui fried rice with roasted red pork. Pui Yok was the first restaurant to open in Koh Samui back in 1949. Go a bit early around 8:00 am, as they run out very quickly! – Chef de Cuisine Sumalee Khunpet
- Hiking on Koh Samui
Set in lush jungle surrounding it, the NA Muang Waterfalls are easily accessible just off the main ring road. Visitors with a reasonable level of fitness expertise will be able to reach the falls on foot. The trails can be slippery in places, so be sure to wear sturdy footwear. The flowing water forms several natural pools that are perfect for a cool dip. The waterfalls are at their best during the water months of September, October and November. – Marine Biologist Benjawan Sansittisakunlird
- Boxing Stadium
Muay Thai, the ancient art of kickboxing, is Thailand’s national sport. For an exciting evening head to a local match. The pre-fight ritual dance is fascinating while the boxing itself considered to be one of the most lethal sports in the world (and completely different from western-style boxing). Fights are held at Petchbuncha Stadium and Chaweng Boxing Stadium throughout the week from 9.00 pm until 12:00 midnight. – Muay Thai Instructor Anuphong Deesame
- Coconut Wood & Shell Shop
Find all kinds of products made of coconut wood and coconut shell from home décor and kitchen utensils, to cutleries and wine glasses. Be mindful of the environment and get the “food carrier” as a souvenir to take home! The shop is located near the entrance to Khao Pom on the ring road. – Retail Shop Manager Chaweewan Phaloprakarn
- Fisherman's Village
Each Friday evening the whole area turns into the walking street. Enjoy a traffic-free stroll through the area where you will find numerous pop-up eateries, souvenir shops from across the island and entertainment zones adjoining the beach. – Executive Chef Renato Rizzi
- Ang Thong National Marine Park
Explore Angthong National Marine Park on your overnight luxury yacht charter from the unique vantage point of the Four Seasons luxury yacht Minor Affair and have your itinerary tailored to your personal taste. – The Resort’s Boat Captain Anuchit Chaisuk