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Bangkok & Koh Samui

from €1099 per person
If you are looking for a vacation that offers exotic locations, a diverse culture, fun and adventure then this two-stop trip to Thailand is just right for you.

Start off in the living, breathing city of Bangkok where you can visit the famous Temple of Dawn, explore the bustling markets and sample some of the local cuisine or watch some Muay Thai martial arts at the MBK Fight Night.

From here head to the island of Koh Samui and relax on the white sands of the many beaches while watching the surf crash in, wander through Bophut’s Fisherman’s Village and grab some dinner or pamper yourself at The Yogarden health club.

If you like a livelier time then there are plenty of options on Koh Samui. Try your hand at Frisbee Golf, tackle the giant inflatables at Aquapark on Chaweng Beach then marvel at some natural wonders at Angthong National Marine Park.

With its beautiful scenery, heaving nightlife, inviting beaches and options for fun and adventure this is a great location for young couples and honeymooners.

Staff Comment
Rachel Mc Anaspie If you're in need of a massage, there are multiple options. The ladies by the pool and the beach give a mean massage at reasonable rates. There's also the Peace Tropical Spa, located directly across the road, which has multiple spa options for a small fraction of the prices here.

Rachel Mc Anaspie

Senior Travel Consultant
Offer Summary
  • Flights from Dublin to Bangkok
  • Airport transfers on arrival
  • 2 nights accommodation staying at the Anantara Bangkok Sathorn
  • Internal flights, taxes and return transfers in Koh Samui
  • 7 nights accommodation at the Centara Villas Samui
  • Return flights from Koh Samui to Dublin including airport taxers
  • Prices are based on 2 sharing
  • Prices shown valid for travel June 2017 other dates and durations available
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Hotels this offer applies to
Living Area
Bangkok
Anantara Sathorn Bangkok Hotel

Bed and Breakfast

Bangkok
Anantara Riverside Bangkok Resort
Bangkok (+€38)

Bed and Breakfast

Bangkok
Centara Grand at CentralWorld
Bangkok (+€226)

Bed and Breakfast

Koh Samui
Centara Villas Samui

Bed and Breakfast

Koh Samui
Amari Koh Samui
Koh Samui (+€252)

Bed and Breakfast

Koh Samui
Centara Grand Beach Resort Samui
Koh Samui (+€357)

Bed and Breakfast

Staff Tips -
Julie Mc Gahan

Julie Mc Gahan
Senior Travel Consultant

  • There are smoke-belching tuk-tuks, hair-raising motorbikes and thrilling canal boats. But when it comes to getting around, the Skytrain and underground are easily your most agreeable option.
  • Thai money is called the baht, and the exchange rate is approximately 49 baht = £1/€1
  • Pak Khlong Talat is Bangkoks largest flower market and is home to a great variety of stalls selling colourful flowers along with fruits, vegetables and more.
Paddy Dunne

Paddy Dunne
Senior Travel Consultant

  • Tipping is NOT customary in Thailand, there is absolutely NO mandatory requirement to tip anyone, but small gratuities for great service are very much appreciated.
  • When visiting temples, dress conservatively women particularly should wear long skirts or trousers, have their shoulders and knees covered, and should not wear sandals.
  • Visit the local coconut plantations, the monkeys are trained to climb the palm trees to bring down the coconuts.
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