Nikki Beach Bungalow Resort

96/3 Moo 2 Lipa No, 84140, Thailand
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Forum Posts

weather NOW .... top urgent!!

by pamihk03

I'm planing to come in Ko Samui end this week!! but I saw on internet that the weather is not good now.. it seems that there is not sun and that there won't be sun next week too! I know that is rany season but I ear that august is not bad to go there.. by the way I'm really in difficult how to decide?! have I to change my plan! Me and my husband like sunbath.. does someone help me,please??

Re: weather NOW .... top urgent!!

by urungrat

actually sinace May until Nov shall be right season to travel along Thai Gulf side, it may rain in some day...
http://www.zoover.co.uk/thailand/thailand/koh-tao/weather
Koh Tao is not much far from Samui, let see weather..u can get boat from Samui..it can be another option.

Re: weather NOW .... top urgent!!

by pamihk03

thanks for your suggestion..
by the way could you let me know if when rain.. it rain the whole day or just 1 hours?..it's heavy rain or usually are quickly rain and then appear the sun??

Re: weather NOW .... top urgent!!

by urungrat

From my experience, normally it rain for half day as longest, But unusual can happend...

Re: weather NOW .... top urgent!!

by wufei

How about weather in November? Anybody been there?>

Re: weather NOW .... top urgent!!

by wufei

How about weather in November? Anybody been there?>

Re: weather NOW .... top urgent!!

by urungrat

it's winter for Thai...less rain but not expect cold here in Thailand.

Travel Tips for Ko Samui

Please be a Respectful Temple Visitor

by ATXtraveler

One of the things that I have never understood about travellers is their desire to break the rules, or guidelines of the local people. Out of respect to the people who look after this temple, and also the buddhists, please remove your shoes and wear non-revealing clothing. It is not too much to ask to do this, but please do be a respectful tourist.

The official word is that there will be no beach wear, and no shoes while climbing up to see the shrine.

Ovada the band

by grahamopey about Siam Bar and Grill

If you like good, loud rock music you really should check out ovada, they play at different nights on Chaweng and Lamai strips, belting out covers until the early hours of the morning.

My god those philipino girls could sing. Naturally it's your typical thai band singing western music but they are probably the best covers band I saw while in Thailand.

Go and take a look, they will blow you away.

Ferry Boat to Ko Samui

by SLLiew

From Surat Thani on the mainland, there is passenger and vehicle ferry run by different boat companies to Ko Samui. Travel time around 1.5 hour but depend on boat company and which pier destination in Ko Samui. They depart from different piers in Surat Thani.

When you are on a ferry and a foreign tourist, you will be immediately swarmed by free lance agents trying to sell your hotel accommodations and tours.

As there is a bit of travelling time, there is no harm considering if you have no prior reservation.

Once arrival at Ko Samui, again there will be a horde of tourist agents. There are pick-up trucks ready to carry tourists to different destinations of the island. Just relax and get to your first destination safely unruffled.

Cheap as Chips.. but healthier!

by JessH about STREET FOOD STALLS

As in so many other Asian countries, you must not miss a solid part of any cities restaurant-scene: the glorious "fast food" of the street vendors.

Try the noodles, stri-fries, soups, fresh fruit, meat or fish skewers, or even fried insects if you fancy being adventurous!

Nibbling on street food is an inexpensive way to dine out in Thailand. (and dieticians do tell us that many small meals a day are better for you than 2 or 3 large ones!)
You can fill yourself with a soulful lunch for a dollar or less, and watching your food being prepared right in front of you is a treat in itself!

Many of Thailand's most popular dishes can be found at the smallest food stalls and restaurants; and there is the influence of China, India, Malaysia and so on.
So all these different factors come together under the label "Thai food", and you will find them in varying degrees at any Thai restaurant you care to visit, anywhere in the world.

The street food stalls in Ko Samui may not be as exotic and exiting as the floating market stalls in Bangkok, but the food speaks for itself!
Try some "Khanom" = Pancakes!

My favourites (especially since I don't eat meat) are the various Thai pancakes; from sweet to savory - from soft to crispy - it's all here!

Big Buddha

by schmoopy

Myself and a friend I met on the island rented scooters and travelled about the island for a day. There are several attractions on Koh Samui, one of which is the Big Buddha. The Big Buddha is enormous and is easily visible when flying in and out of Koh Samui. Located on the North Shore of the island (not too far from Chaweng Beach), the Buddha is approximately 15m high and is a place of worship. If you are looking for Buddha Beads, this is the place to get them, straight from the monks there. There is also a touristy shop and a place to buy water if I remember correctly.

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Address: 96/3 Moo 2 Lipa No, 84140, Thailand