Popular Lettings in Koh Samui
Highlights in Koh Samui
- White sand beaches
- Great nightlife
- Big Buddha monument
- Local night markets
Most popular in Koh Samui
Prices and availability
Holiday rentals and lettings in Ko Samui
Koh Samui is an outrageously beautiful island that is famed for its stunning palm tree edged beaches and crystal clear waters. You can find holiday rentals across the island to suit your needs. Want to party till sunrise? There are myriad holiday rentals in the vibrant area of Chaweng. Looking to get back to nature? Find a letting in the less developed southern part of the island in the area of Taling Ngam.Holiday rentals at a great price
Lettings in Koh Samui are primarily detached holiday homes on or close to the beach, surrounded by coconut trees and serenaded by the impossibly exotic song of the local birds The incredible price to quality ratio of these lettings will make you want to cry with happiness!
Holidays in Koh Samui
The area and getting around
Chaweng is the hub of the island, and your choice if you want to be in the thick of the action. Close to the airport, it is particularly popular among the party set, and offers the biggest variety of restaurants, activities, attractions and shops on the island. Lamai to the east offers a similar range of amenities but on a smaller scale, and is the better option if you are looking for a bargain.Cheaper areas for the backpacking crowd
Maenam to the west is the favourite for backpackers, with its fair share of rough-and-ready but perfectly authentic restaurants. The north-eastern beach of Big Buddha offers the best of all worlds. It boasts a beautiful beach and is a quiet and relaxing area, whilst putting you within easy reach of the nightlife of Chaweng Beach and the unique shopping options of Fisherman’s Village.
Travellers and activities
There are no superlatives left to describe the beaches in Thailand. So, let’s look at the specifics. To get into the nature, head for Taling Ngam, a remote beach which is the cleanest and most picturesque on the island. Chaweng Noi is the best choice if you want to be in the centre of the action, it is close to the nightlife and attracts a real fun-loving crowd. Bang Po in the northwest corner of the island is the top destination for retirees and families looking to escape the crowds of other parts of the island.Koh Samui for party goers
Koh Samui is known as one of Thailand’s top partying destinations. The island’s full moon parties are legendary and attract an endless stream of revellers keen to party on the soft white sand all night long. The myriad discos, clubs and beer bars will keep you occupied until the sun comes up, and the prices are exceedingly handsome.
Before the tourist era, Koh Samui relied on its coconut plantations, which is why it was then given the nickname “island of coconuts and monkeys”.
Top 5 travel tips in Koh Samui
The famous Big Buddha shrine awaits you on the northern coast of Koh Samui. Probably Samui's best known landmark, the 12-metre high golden Buddha can be seen from several miles away. Set on its own mini island of Koh Faan, the temple is reached by a causeway that connects it to the main island.2. Explore an old fisherman’s village
Fisherman's Village Samui is a historic shopping area in Bophut in the north of the island, with narrow alleys and rustic-style buildings that are home to boutique stores and stylish restaurants. Once home to a thriving fishing community, the village now has a charming old-world look and feel.3. Relax at Saumui’s best waterfall
While Samui has a number of waterfalls you can visit, Na Muang Waterfalls are the most spectacular of all. Na Muang means purple, so named because of the striking purple shade of their rock faces. Set in lush jungle surroundings, spending a truly luscious afternoon here just relaxing and swimming!4. A very special Thai cabaret experience
An archetypal Thai experience, ladyboy cabaret shows are pure fun! Come for song, dance and fabulous costumes. The performances are adroitly choreographed and the tone jovial and frolicsome, showered with glitter and glitz! Head to Chaweng Beach for the best of these shows.5. Eat and people watch in the lively night markets
For a freshly cooked meal and shopping bargains, Koh Samui’s various night markets are a joy to behold. Chaweng’s night market is considered the highlight, where Thai dishes are prepared freshly in front of you and you can sit and enjoy the throngs of locals going about the nightly business. The perfect end to a perfect day in Koh Samui!
FAQ: Frequently asked questions about holiday rentals in Koh Samui
Rentals in Koh Samui offer unbeatable prices, costing on average £355.43 per night in 2019, which makes it the most budget-friendly holiday destination in Thailand.What time of year offers, on average, the best holiday rental prices in Koh Samui?
If you are looking to make the most of your money, the cheapest months to visit Koh Samui are November (£229.97 the average price per night for accommodation), October (£257.83), and December (£261.09).When are holiday rentals more expensive in Koh Samui?
In 2019, the month that offered the highest average prices in Koh Samui was April, with an average price of £458.8 per night. This was followed by March, with an average of £457.31, and July, with £446.2.Are there usually many holiday rentals available in Koh Samui?
Considering the data observed in 2019, it is an excellent destination for an impromptu getaway, since it has an average annual availablity of 61%, which is relitavely high.What are the best months for a sponteneous getaway?
In 2019, the months with more free accommodation in Koh Samui were May, June, and April with average availabilities of 84.25%, 80.8% and 68%, respectively.When are fewer lettings available?
According to data from 2019, the months when it is most difficult to find accommodation in Koh Samui are, in order, January (with 37% of available rentals), February (39.75%), and December (45%).How many holiday rentals are there in Koh Samui?
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