Enjoy Your Koh Samui Holidays; enjoy the actitivties and attractions of this Paradise Island!
WELCOME TO Koh Samui!
Welcome to ROYAL LIVING RESIDENCE with its beautifull Villas and apartments and the personal individual Services offered and recommended by our office . We try to help You to find Your favourite places and activities out of a lot of choices….
Some of the possibilities we want to describe You in the following ( not complete) list
Where to go- Things to see- What to do!
The Big Buddha located on the northern coast of the island, this 17-meter tall statue is a popular shrine and meditation center.
Wat Plai Laem Temple (one of the most beautifull templeon the island) only about 1 km away from Big Buddha
Hin Ta Hin Yai otherwise known as the Grandfather Rock (Hin Ta) Grandmother Rock (Hin Yai), these two natural rock formations Lamai beach never fail to raise a giggle with their resemblance to the male and female genitals.
Na Muang Waterfalls The first cascade, almost 20 meters high, can be reached by car up an unpaved road. The second, the tallest at 80 meters, can be reached through a half-hour uphill trek.
Hin Laad Waterfall (close to Nathon) one of the most natural (Non-crowded) waterfalls. Take a walk through the jungle along the water… and have a swim there…
Secret Buddha garden high on the hills of the island is a garden of Buddha statues and temples. Accessible only by a four-wheel drive. The rip takes about two hours.
Angthong National Marine Park a group of 40 islands northwest of Koh Samui blessed with coves, alluring beaches and rich marine life and grotesque-shaped islands of sheer limestone.
Koh Tao (turtle- shaped) island 45 kilometers to the north of Koh Pha-Ngan. It is the leading snorkeling and diving destination in the gulf.
Koh Nangyuan a group of islets close to Koh Tao joined together by a three-way stretch of pure white powdery beach.
Paradise park Farm (close to the Radar station the highest point of the Island!) a must especially for families with children!!
Kunaram Temple – Mummified Monk The body of Samui’s most famous mummified monk, Loung Pordaeng, is on display here in a specially constructed building. When he died more than 60 years ago, he was sitting in a meditation position. He is still in that same position and his body shows few signs of any major decay.
Pagoda (In the deepest South of the island)
Samui Snake Farm can watch venomous snakes handled by “death defying” trainers.
Cabaret shows the performers aren’t real women. But they’ll dazzle you with their exquisite costumes and Broadway-style song-and-dance numbers. A good way to spend the evening with the whole family.
Namuang Safari Park with different excellent unique Shows….
Sea- Aquarium and Tiger Show
Things to do……..
Elephant trekking before heading to the beach get a glimpse of the island’s flora and fauna through a laidback elephant ride into Samui’s forested interior. Standard treks last for 30 minutes but longer trips can be arranged.
Cable-riding (swinging like Tarzan through the jungle….)
Learn Thai cooking Thai food is very healthy , so it has meanwhile become a number one taste around the world. So while you are here, take time out to lean Thai cooking.
Wellness and cleansing courses
Many different SPA- offers
Thai boxing the undisputed national sport of Thailand that becomes now one of the most popular boxing- sports worldwide .Thai professional bouts can be seen at the Chaweng Stadium every Tuesday and Friday, while the Lamai stadium stages fight every Wednesday and Saturday.
But You can also learn how to do it and learn everything Yourself in a Gym about 4 km away from us.
Thai massage Thailand has a long history of healing through massage. And Samui has some of the country’s best massage therapists to give you instant relief from stress and body pains. WE offer Thai-and Oil massage and other wellness-varieties direct on your terrace. Please ask in our office
Samui By boat (around Samui by boat)
Tour around the island (individual or as a group-tour -BY Minibus) to the destinations you want to see! . WE organize Your private tour to the destinations You want to see! You can book this individual tour to all destinations on the island in iour office
The biodiversity of life in the interior area makes Samui a perfect place for jungle trekking. There are many places to visit that can be reached by safari jeeps or by foot.
Kayaking many alternatives to glide on cool water just around Samui shores but the most often visited are the islands of Angthong National Marine Park with its cave-studded shores offering not only paddling on seaworthy kayaks but also fantastic sightseeing. (A kayak can be rented also here in our Resort)
Buffalo fighting ( non- bloody fights) a favorite local partime during low farming season with the fighting arenas erected in about six selected locations. Banners and streamers are displayed in Thai and English usually about a week before the fight. Two male buffalo fighter engage in a head and horn clashes where the first one to run losses.
Sailing from May to November, a stronger westerly winds challenge windsurfers, and from December to April, there is a defined northeast wind sailing crafts.
Paragliding is an absolute must for thrill seekers. Not to be confused with parasailing, paragliding is the simplest form of human flight. A paraglide is a non-motorized, foot-launched inflatable wing. It is easy to transport, easy to launch, easy to land, and easy to love!
Kiteboard ( learn Kiteboard sailing in one of the Kiteboard schools in Nathon
Golf at the first and only championship golf court on Samui- the Santiburi Golf Court, located
A second golf course You can reach on the hillside of Bophut
a third Golfcourse is under construction right now
Go Kart The Samui Go-Kart court is situated close to Bo Phut on the North part of the island
Fishing trip All your favourite fish are fair game on a Koh Samui fishing trip. On a local boat, you’ll visit fish teeming hotspots like Koh Pha-Ngan, Koh Tan, Orange Island or Lamai. Night fishing trip are available for those after the ultimate challenge.
Shooting range live ammunition target range for gun enthusiasts with skillful instruction for beginner.
Chong Kow ATV. Unique quad biking tour that will take you through some rough Samui terrains and jungle.
Rollerball ride We put you inside the Rollerball. We add water and push you off the tower and down the ramp.
Paintball & BB One of interesting thing to do in Koh Samui located opposite Mummified Monk open from 9.00 am – 6.00 pm.
Shopping The Island’s tourist related shopping areas are concentrated to Chaweng, Nathon and Lamai. Suits, clothes, watches, eye wear and hand made paintings are some of the most common products and goods that you will find in the smaller boutiques and on the street stalls. In the shopping -centre Tesco Lotus and Big C you will find a lot of food, drinks and groceries, electronic products, household equipment. Both shopping centers are located in the same huge building, between Chaweng and Bo Phut and here you will also find camera shops, mobile telephone shops, clothes, a food centre and several restaurants.
Rent a car (more informations in our office!) …….Or experience the local transportation systems:
Songtaew red colored converted pickup trucks with two long bench seats facing each other serve as the island’ s local bus service. They follow set routes to and from most destinations around the island. The destination is clearly marked in English on the front or back of vehicle. Daytime rates are between 40-60 THB. Per passenger, depending on where you are going. After 9 pm., you may have to charter a songtheaw if you want to travel between different resort and rates vary.
Yellow Taxi air-conditional car taxis are in yellow. Most have meter but, thought frowned upon by low, most taxi drivers insist on a negotiated fare. So settle on a price before hiring the cab.
Car rental is widely available on the island. Rate start from 1200 THB per day, depending on the type and condition of the vehicle. Some of these vehicles come with insurance, but the coverage is limited. Ask for the details in our office. We offer fully insured cars in all sizes…
Motorbike rental a motorbike is the most convenient way to get around town. Rates range from 250-300 THB a day and you pay for the gasoline you use. You can bargain for a discount on long term rental.
Motorbike Taxi drivers can be identified by their colored, numbered vests. For short journeys they are the fastest way to get around as they can dodge in and out of traffic. Fares start from 30 THB upwards depending on where you are going.
Bicycle good quality mountain bikes can be rented at many places around the island for around 150 THB a day. They are ideal for those who want to discover some of the many beautiful nature trails and tracks of the island’s interior.
We are aware that this listing is not complete and the quantity of new attractions is increasing day by day…
I am sure You will find somthing that is interesting for You during Your Koh Samui holdays.
If not please let us know!
From more information please contact our office