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How To Get To Koh Samui:

Planning your trip is certainly a pleasant chore. Here, we make some suggestions on the best ways to travel to Koh Samui. These trips normally consist of a flight to Bangkok followed by an additional leg to the island of Samui.

As of today, direct flights are available to Samui from various cities overseas, such as Hong Kong (Bangkok Airways), Singapore (Bangkok Airways) and Kuala Lumpur (Berjaya Air and Firefly). Also keep in mind that Bangkok Airways and Thai Airways can take you to Samui from Bangkok as well as other Thai cities, giving you a chance to get to know the mainland before you plunge into the crystal-clear waters near your vacation home on the island.

Flying to Bangkok

Getting to the Thai capital is fairly straightforward. Dozens of airlines offer regular flights to Bangkok from cities in Europe, America, Asia and Oceania. Often, you can save money by flying via an indirect route, and chances are low that you will have to endure a long grueling changeover. Carriers like Emirates, Qatar Airways and Etihad Airways provide excellent service overall and make sure that your transfer process is as comfortable as possible.

Having tried the services of many carriers, Samuiland recommends that travelers fly with Thai Airways, the national carrier of the Kingdom of Thailand.  On its direct flights to Bangkok, the company offers a truly unrivalled level of service and attention to detail. Families vacationing with kids are sure to appreciate the comfort provided by the staff on Thai Airways.

We also recommend planning your trip in advance. This is because last minute tickets purchased during high season, i.e. in December, January or August, are always much more expensive than tickets purchased months beforehand.

Getting to Samui from Bangkok

An hour long roundtrip flight from Bangkok to Koh Samui costs approximately US$300 per adult passenger. The carriers offering this service are Bangkok Airways and Thai Airways which depart every hour from 6 am to 10 pm.

A budget traveler can also get to Koh Samui through a combination of different routes (plane, train and bus). Taking a ferry from the mainland to the island is necessary as part of such a travel plan. Getting to Samui in this way is tiresome and we do not recommend it. Besides, there is always the danger of a ferry service delay due to stormy weather.  


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