Travelbag have over 30 years experience providing first class holidays to the exotic island of Koh Samui. Our highly trained travel agents are on hand to offer you the best advice on where to stay, what to do and where the best beaches can be found when on holiday in Koh Samui. We are that confident our number one service cannot be beaten that we even offer a Best Price Promise. If you find an identical holiday package to Koh Samui at a better price, we will match it. With our wealth of knowledge and expertise, we will ensure that your dream holiday to Koh Samui becomes a reality. Check out our fantastic 2016 and 2017 holiday offers and give us a call today.


3 Star Koh Samui Holidays

Click Here Prices From £ 539
A dream Koh Samui holiday is within closer reach than you may expect thanks to Travelbag’s excellent range of 3 star hotels. We offer a carefully selected choice of superb value 3 star resorts, each representing a high standard of accommodation and facilities that belie our impressive cheap rates.

4 Star Koh Samui Holidays

Click Here Prices From £ 669
Our superb 4 star resorts offer a fine blend of quality, comfort and style at a competitive rate, making them ideal for couples and families travelling to Koh Samui. Our specially selected 4 star hotels and resorts feature excellent beachside locations and impressive facilities.

5 Star Koh Samui Holidays

Click Here Prices From £ 939
Treat yourself to the Koh Samui holiday of a lifetime with a stay in one our exceptional 5 star hotels. With sumptuous beachfront locations and world-class facilities, our 5 star resorts in Koh Samui are some of the finest to be found anywhere in south-east Asia.

Koh Samui Multicentre Holidays

Click Here Prices From £ 669
Get the most from your Thai adventure with a Multi-Centre holiday to the beautiful Koh Samui. Experience the very best of terrific Thailand by combining your dream Koh Samui with visits to other unforgettable locations, including Bangkok, Phuket, Chiang Mai and even Dubai.

Koh Samui

One of Thailand’s most romantic locations, Koh Samui is a spectacular choice for a Thailand holiday with its sublime beaches, extraordinary scenery and stunning diving opportunities.

Spend your days relaxing in the sun on the soft sands of iconic Chaweng Beach, admire a spectacular sunset as you walk hand-in-hand with a loved one, dive to the depths of the sparkling Gulf of Thailand to discover an incredible underwater world... Koh Samui has it all.

Perfect for those seeking a tranquil tropical escape or to experience the island’s renowned party lifestyle, Koh Samui captures the very best of Thailand in one remarkable setting.

Stunning Koh Samui Thailand Highlights Koh Samui Highlights

Key Highlights of Koh Samui

  • Embracing Koh Samui’s indulgent island life
  • Relaxing and partying on the lively stretch of beautiful Chaweng Beach
  • Sharing a moment of tranquillity with your partner on a romantic escape
  • Losing yourself in the bliss of an authentic Thai massage and spa treatment
  • Taking advantage of a stunning underwater world with a spot of diving
  • Partying the night away at the renowned Full Moon Party on nearby Koh Phangan

If you would like to know more about Travelbag’s excellent tailor-made holidays to Koh Samui, call us on and speak with one of our friendly and knowledgeable travel experts.

Koh Samui is hot all year round, with temperatures bordering on sweltering between March and September, so you are going to want clothes that breathe. This means you are going to want to leave your jeans behind and stick to shorts, dresses and loose trousers. In terms of upper body, look for linen and keep clothes loose to ensure maximum comfort during the warm day.

Beautiful beaches are what Koh Samui is all about so your beachwear is going to be essential. You probably will not need the windbreaker but go for swimwear, beach towels, sun cream and something to entertain yourself with, be that a good book or a giant inflatable beach ball.

Always remember that a famously insane Full Moon Party is always round the corner in Koh Samui so prepare yourself for a night to remember when you are packing.

Finally, do not forget that tropical rains may affect your trip later on in the year so a pair of waterproof shoes and a poncho will not go to waste.

  • Capital – Koh Samui is an island in the province of Surat Thani. The capital of Thailand is Bangkok.
  • Currency – The Thai Baht is the official currency and bear the symbol ?. You may also see it listed as THB in bureau de changes.
  • Language – the official language is Thai which can also be referred to as Siamese.
  • Time Zone – GMT+7

Koh Samui will never have you reaching for the thick coat but there are 3 distinct seasons which bring different experiences to this island’s tropical climate.

The dry season runs from December to February and as suggested by the name the rainfall is to a minimum. That together with the ambient average temperature of 27°C, the calm seas and the light winds makes it the most popular visiting season for tourists.

After this comes the hot season which lasts until September and brings average temperatures of around 30°C. There will be lovely long days of sunshine which make for blissful beach days if you can take the heat. Be prepared for the odd thunderstorm rolling in from the ocean if you are visiting after May though.

Finally, comes the rainy season. This season provides quintessential South East Asian monsoons which supply much needed fresh water to this parched island. Plan a holiday at this time if you want cheap rates and do not mind getting a little wet in pursuit of them.


Previous image Next image


Visit the blog

Check out our Blog to see some of the amazing experiences Koh Samui has to offer

Get inspired by the new Travelbag TV advert

Choosing the right holiday can be such a tricky decision; let’s say you want to go to New York and get the best seat in the house for a Yankee’s game, you want to set foot on every beach you possibly can in Abu Dhabi or perhaps you’re looki...

by Travelbag on 15 April 2016, 02:17 PM

Top 10 things to do in Thailand – Part Two

If you’re going to be going on holiday to Thailand then this guide will help you plan an unforgettable trip. In part 1 [link to blog] we recommended that you visit the Grand Palace, the Golden Triangle and one or two national parks during your stay. In p...

by Travelbag on 19 November 2015, 09:40 AM

Top 10 things to do in Thailand – Part One

If you’re planning on going to Thailand for your next holiday then this blog post is a must-read as we list ten great things to see and do during your trip. We haven’t included festivals and events as we included them in our earlier blog post Top 6...

by Travelbag on 19 November 2015, 09:35 AM

Island hopping with kids in Thailand and Malaysia

Catherine Toms is Mum of an English/Australian family of four who left London in April 2014 to embark on an open-ended adventure. Her blog, Curious Plan., shares their stories, tips and insights on their experiences of life travelling with two y...

by Catherine Toms on 15 October 2015, 04:49 PM

Show All




Check out our latest blogs for great holiday stories!
5 Photos That Will Make You Want To Visit Peru by Travelbag
It’s safe to say that here at Travelbag we have a real love for Peru and if you don’t al...
The Ultimate Guide to Japan: 8 Reasons to Visit by Travelbag
From the weird to the wonderful, Japan is full of unique experiences whether that’s the famous...
Must See Festivals and Carnivals in Mexico by Travelbag
Arriba! Arriba! Step right up and witness one of the greatest shows on earth! If there’s one o...

Please Wait...