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Banyan Tree Samui

Koh Samui, or simply Samui, is known for its natural wonders and impressive temples. Aside from pristine beaches, Samui boasts refreshing waterfalls. If you’re deciding where to stay in Koh Samui so you can access all of its amazing sights, book a stay at Banyan Tree Samui. We’re just a short ride away from most tourist attractions.

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  • Samui International Airport (USM)

    Samui International Airport is the sole international airport on the island of Koh Samui. The hotel is located approximately 19 km away and is about a 30 minutes drive from the airport via the resort limousine or local taxi
Points of interest
  • Central Festival

    The most complete and largest lifestyle shopping complex on Samui boasts a wide variety of retail shops and dining options as well as a movie theatre, kids’ playground and much more.
  • Fisherman's Village

    Amidst the historic shop-houses are souvenir and food stalls. Take a break from walking and have a drink at one of the many beachfront cafés. Hours: Every Friday from 17.00–23.00
  • Lamai Night Market

    Walk the vibrant and bustling streets and find clothing and local handicrafts on one side, and a wide selection of street food on the other. Hours: Every Sunday from 17.00–23.00
  • Wat Phra Yai

    The famous 12-metre high landmark of Samui overlooks the northern coast and Koh Phangan.
  • Wat Plai Laem

    This temple features an 18-armed Guan Yin, Laughing Buddha and exquisite wall paintings.
  • Na Muang I & II Waterfalls

    Admire the natural scenery of two waterfalls; the 18-metre tall Na Muang I, easy to access off the main road, and the 80-metre tall Na Muang II which requires a 30-minute hike through the jungle.
  • Hinta Hinyai (Grandfather & Grandmother Rocks)

    Discover these natural rock formations that will evoke shy laughter. For less provocative scenery, head to the Lamai Bay viewpoint.
  • Mu Koh Ang Thong National Marine Park

    With 42 small islands, hidden lagoons and caves, limestone cliffs and marine life, coral reefs and an abundance of wildlife, Ang Thong Marine Park features a variety of attractions to suit those seeking adventure or relaxation.
  • Koh Taen and Koh Matsum

    These destinations feel worlds apart, yet are set just off the southern coast of Samui. Excellent snorkelling amid the coral reefs and pure relaxation on deserted beaches are to be found.

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