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Stations in Koh Samui  

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Koh Samui at a glance

High season

Jan - March
Place you can't miss
Wat Plai Laem
Local currency
Good to know
Considered Thailand’s largest Island, with Phuket coming in second, for some Koh Samui is the ultimate island out of all. You’ll find different types of travelers on this island, from the typical backpacker to a Hollywood celebrity. Typically known for its beaches, views and fancy hotels, you'll find many different things to do for all types of people. One of the famous places to visit is the “Big Buddha”, which is really what it sounds like, a 12 meter statue of the divinity. You can also have some fun with extreme sports like flyboarding, scuba diving or Muay Thai boxing. If you're looking to travel to your next island, you can easily find comfortable air conditioned VIP buses and ferries from Bangkok, Koh Chang and much more.

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