Bordering the South China Sea in the Pacific Ocean, Koh Samui was once known as the ultimate backpacker’s haven but now exists as a world-class leisure destination to visitors of every kind. From those seeking thrills to those requiring a much needed rest, the island offers it all. Koh Samui rests as a neighbor to more than sixty other islands; some small and inhabited, while some are larger such as Koh Phangan which is notoriously famous for its Full Moon Party; Koh Tao, a diver’s heaven; Koh Nang Yuan’s post-card perfect sandbar; and Angthong National Marine Park’s archipelago of 42 mesmerizing islands.




From elephant trekking and cable riding to waterfalls, Koh Samui provides an array of activities and adventures to suit all tastes. Only minutes away, guests will find majestic Thai temples, local markets, boating and sea excursions, and cultural landmarks such as the Mummified Monk, Big Buddha, and Namaung Waterfall. Guests are a short drive away from the nightlife and fun of famous Chaweng Beach and minutes away from the towns of Nathon, Lamai, and Bophut’s Fisherman’s Village.

Nikki Beach’s personal guest relations officer is always on hand to help coordinate your daily activities and tours.