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Transport Articles of Koh Samui

Transport, travel guides, Koh Samui

Flying really is the quickest, easiest, and most painless option to get to Koh Samui. Bangkok Airways has done a magnificent job connecting Samui to the rest of the world. There are many connecting flights from Bangkok, Phuket, and Pattaya, as well as connections from Singapore and Hong Kong.


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International check-in at Samui Airport

How to reach Samui

Last Updated: 12 Mar 2008

Koh Samui is a wonderful holiday destination that people from most European countries, USA, New Zealand, Australia and Canada can enter without a visa and stay for 30 days. Of course, this is provided that they have an onward ticket, and sufficient cash to stay for so long. However people f... read more.

Best transportation in Chaweng Beach

Last Updated: 05 Mar 2008

Location: Chaweng Beach
When in Chaweng beach, Samui island, the best form of transportation is not a car or a bike, but to use a songtaew. This is a dark red pick up that is covered and hoots every ten meters. The price for a trip on the songtaew depends on the mood of the driver. However the average cost is about 20 bahts per person... read more.

Public Transport on Samui

Last Updated: 05 Feb 2008

Though renting bikes seem to be the most cheapest and popular renting option to travel around Samui Island, remember that most of the local drivers have never received any proper traffic safety instruction. So tourists riding these bikes for the first time may end up in serious accidents.... read more.

Driving on Koh Samui

Last Updated: 05 Feb 2008

The main road of Samui Island is about 50 km long, and provides connectivity between beaches and the town center of Samui island. Of course, there are side roads that lead from the main road to smaller villages and towns of Samui Island. you are sure to find it easy to get around in Samui Island as all the road... read more.