Ko Samet Things to Do

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  • Always..

    by yen_2 Written Dec 7, 2003

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    ...leave a footprints behind and take a pic in it! The beach really is very pretty with the crystalline water and white sandy beach..my words can't do justice to the place...This pic is dedicated for a friend Footsie girl(Ling)...

    Footprints in the sand
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  • Take a stroll...

    by yen_2 Written Dec 7, 2003

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    ...in the Pier! Right next to where we stayed. They have this pier that if you like you can dive from there and as for me, it gave me enough view to the sorrounding white,sandy and crystaline beach!

    I took most of my sunrise and sunset shots from there!

    Pier through...
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  • Rent this...

    by yen_2 Updated Dec 7, 2003

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    ...there's a Speed Boat service around the Samet Island. The one that we took was an hour to see around the Island which was amazing and you can also check out the beautiful bays and the visit to sea turtles and the shark farm. I lost all my pics in there, unfortunately as I brought along my small digi and didn't what happend..well, it was alot of fun after all!

    The speed boat service varies according to time limit, they have programs in 4 types. The one that we had was Program A, for 2 persons and each person is 600 baht!

    Speed Boat Service
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  • Just gaze through...

    by yen_2 Written Dec 7, 2003

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    ...and it will give you soo much energy for a day! Well, atleast it give as just to what I wanted..heheh

    I wanted to get up very early as possible so set the alarm clock at 5am! Hey, hubby waked me up! What a lovely sunrise they have and the water is freezing but I waited until 8am to swim!=)

    Another pretty one!
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  • Watch the early magical scene...

    by yen_2 Written Dec 7, 2003

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    ...well, who doesn't like sunrises and sunsets at all? As for me, they're just the magical moments in my life! I'm not a sun worshiper either. But, these two psrts of the day are just something worth rushing off..The colours that makes them more lovelier is just lovely!

    Koh Samet have these spectacular and magical moments!

    Pretty sunrise
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    The interiors

    by dabuwan Updated May 26, 2003

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    Though Ko Samet is a pretty "dry" island (when compared to the rest of Thailand), the interiors of the island are quite green and lush (no tropical jungle, anyway).
    There is just one main trail connecting the west coast to the east coast. It is a pleasant, easy one hour walk, or you may find a lift with one of the few 4wd vehicle passing.

    Crossing the island
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    The beach

    by dabuwan Updated May 26, 2003

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    Hat Sai Kaew is the main beach on Ko Samet. It has beautiful white sand and it is easily accessible from the main pier.
    This is the most popular spot on Ko Samet, and the most westernized resorts and bars are around here; it can get a bit too crowded sometimes, but it is long enough to accomodate everybody.
    And you can always walk to reach more secluded beaches.

    A beach on Ko Samet
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    Best dinner on the beach - Buddies

    by vpas Written Sep 24, 2014

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    Buddies restaurant on Sai kaew Beach serves right on seas shore and the ambience is superb
    Food is good and reasonably priced . Service is good

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    Make a sandcastle!

    by Liatris1 Updated Sep 16, 2011

    Feeling creative? We had a great time making this sandcastle/fort. Inspired by the forts we saw in India.

    We had a great time making this castle :) We got carried away, and put some candles at night
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    Enjoy Sun Sand & Sea

    by YaaDong Written Jul 30, 2008

    Beaches on Koh Samet are very good .Powdery white sand and clear sea, perfect for a day of swimming or sun bathing.

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    Visit Koh Kudi, one day tour

    by zazatann Updated Mar 15, 2007

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    Staying in Koh Samet is wonderful and the small island surrounds their is like a heaven too. Koh Kudi is about 30 mins from Koh Samet. You can take a day tour with local fisherman. It's great!!

    Koh Kudi Koh Kudi Koh Kudi
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    Jump off the pier!

    by idy Written Jun 22, 2005

    Ao Cho pier is pretty quiet. Some of the local youths will take turns to dive off the pier into the clear blue water. Try it!

    Run, jump, dive!
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    Torch yourself on the beach

    by jolou Written Jan 15, 2005

    Ko Samet is very peaceful with not a lot going on. Just lie back and relax if you can stand the sun torching your skin!

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    Ao Phai beach part 2

    by Rojo72 Written May 23, 2004

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    Ao Phai is (unless you go on the weekends when all the BKK people go there) a place with not a lot of people. You can easily find yourself 100 m to yourself...

    Another part of Ao Phai

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    The rocky coast

    by dabuwan Updated May 26, 2003

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    While the western coast is mainly rocky, the eastern coast has many beaches, separated by rocky promontoirs. There is a track running from north to south along the eastern coast.

    The rocky coast
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