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Koh Samui, Thailand

from €1169 per person
Koh Samui is an island of natural beauty and charm, a place where you can have your holiday anyway you like it, kicked back and relaxed or active and fastpaced.

With beautiful white sand beaches, clean, clear warm water; lush tropical gardens and gentle ocean breezes await you at this ideal holiday destination. If you love the beach, this is the place for you!

Koh Samui provides the ultimate honeymoon experience.

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 Koh Samui
  • Transfers on arrival
  • 8 nights accommodation staying at the 4* Centara Villa Samui on a B&B basis
  • Return flights including airport taxes to Dublin
  • Priced based on 2 sharing
  • Prices shown valid for traveling June 2017 *other dates and durations available*
  • Quote Ref 1470990
  • Includes 4 free nights and early booking offer
Hotels this offer applies to
Koh Samui
Centara Villas Samui

Bed and Breakfast

Koh Samui
Peace Resort
Koh Samui (+€101)

Bed and Breakfast

Koh Samui
Amari Koh Samui
Koh Samui (+€441)

Bed and Breakfast

Staff Tips -
Paddy Dunne

Paddy Dunne
Senior Travel Consultant

  • You can travel visa-free for up to 30 days – plenty of time for most. For longer stays you should apply for a tourist visa from Thai immigration allowing you remain in the country for up to 60 days.
  • When visiting temples, dress conservatively women particularly should wear long skirts or trousers, have their shoulders and knees covered, and should not wear sandals.
Orlagh Hogan

Orlagh Hogan
Senior Travel Consultant

  • The King is very highly regarded almost universally, as evidenced by the pictures displayed everywhere.  Do not say or do anything disrespectful of the King or the royal family, even to the extent of stomping on a Thai coin or banknote which has been dropped and is rolling/blowing away (it bears an image of the King's head, and is highly insulting to be touched by your feet).
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