Koh Samui Island – 14 Thai Resorts to Ignite Your Wanderlust

Holiday villas Koh Samui

Holiday villas Koh Samui

“Chang puak kird ni pa,” say the friendly Thai locals. In English the phrase’s literal translation employs the evocative imagery of baby white elephants to signify that the best things in life are difficult to find. Fortunately in a country so devoted to the art of relaxation, it is not so difficult to come across a varied range of stylish stays: infinity pools perched upon steep cliffs, open-air spas atop of mountains, canvas restaurants wide enough to feed breakfast bananas to the elephants.
Whether in the misty jungles off Chiang Rai or the heavenly island of Koh Samui, travelers can relax in five-star hotels, private villas, tented camps and otherworldly resort properties. Here are a few of the ones on my must-stay list.

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Choen Mon Beach, Koh Samui Island

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Holiday Villas Koh SamuiSet in a true oasis among giant coconut palms within a fully walled private estate in a gentle elevated position and 5 minutes walk from white sand pristine Choeng mon beach our 3 large and luxurious private 3 bedrooms villas are ideally situated for you to enjoy a wonderful beach holiday in this tropical paradise setting. The beach is an unspoilt crescent of fine pure white sand, with beathtaking views across the sparkling azure-blue waters of the bay.

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