Relax your soul and body by ‘sunning’ out on the sandy beaches of Koh Samui. The tourism hotspot of Thailand is the ideal place for chilling out at the seaside with your family or with your bunch of friends. The beaches of Koh Samui flourish with activity onshore and off-shore. Get ample doses of Vitamin D and enjoy the swaying coconut palm grooves.
Go out on the sea and play with the light blue waves or challenge them in surfing. Rent out a family boat and go on a sea voyage or get a speed boat to race across the waves.
Or just simply enjoy the majestic sea from the balcony of your luxurious Koh Samui villas.
What do we offer you?
Our tourism itinerary starts and ends with our resorts and villas, with Koh Samui filling the entire bridge in between. If you are looking for a budget holiday home on the seaside or for a high profile luxury villa or a suite in a star resort, we offer everything under an umbrella. Our villas are designed to capture the beauty of the sea and the island and energize your days. With all the amenities you dream of in your well-deserved vacation and delicious exquisite menus available at your order point, we are the ultimate melting spot for your Thailand holidays.
Our hospitality and housekeeping staff will ensure you the best stay in the region and our local tour package will bring you the closest to our land – if you’re visiting koh samui. The inland itinerary from us includes A to Z of the island, both private and group. Our off-shore packages include:
Family sea voyage
Surface and Underwater sports including scuba diving
Night-outs at sea
Swimming at the sea has never been so enjoyable than at the Thailand vacation.…
Published by Kroatiehrvatska on December 27, 2017 ★ Featured
On a road trip it is obvious to carry all that is necessary. But planning ahead always makes the trip smooth and hassle free. While it is not difficult to remember to pack clothes and shoes, smaller things that make a road trip easier are crucial.
Here is a list of some essentials to have on your motorhome when on a road trip.
Kitchen vessels, including pots, pans, plate’s bowls, spoons etc.
Navigation device, a GPS tracker or some such.
Equipment to ensure road safety, like high visibility jackets
Equipment for the stationery campervan- like adaptor, electric cable, water hose etc.
Brush, brooms, dust pans etc.
Apart from these essentials, there are many other items that when included on your road trip and help you in many ways. Some of them are:
First Aid Kit: This is by far one of the most important things to carry on your campervan. It is better to be prepared for medical issues than run at the end moment for help. You can check out some travel friendly first aid kits that are easily available, or simply make your own using all basic first aid supplies.
Sun Shields: Travelling when the sun is scorching hot and blaring through the windows can get annoying. Simply use the sun shields and avoid getting all the unnecessary heat and sunlight into the vehicle.
Wet wipes, Sanitizers and lots of tissues: While travelling, there will be many encounters with dirt, grime, oils, and dust in general. Make sure the campervan has enough supplies of cleaning and sanitizing material to keep you looking and feeling fresh and clean at all times.
Cloth or Plastic shopping bags: These come handy anywhere at any time. You know when you are around a market area; these bags come handy to fill up on all essentials like fruits, food, water etc.
Published by Kroatiehrvatska on July 11, 2017 ★ Featured
Throughout growing up, I dreamed of seeing the world. So much culture, so many different people, so much food and so much to see and do! I knew that I had to get started sooner rather than later else I wouldn’t be able to fit it all in. What I didn’t expect though was to be so moved and humbled by a small group of islanders that live on a small island just off of the coast of Thailand, Koh Samui.
Whilst there, I spent much time with the locals, learning how to fish with their tools, speaking their tongue and playing with their children. They had such a great community and love for one another as well as the earth, that I decided to stay there for a whole year. Not my intention, but sometime you have to be prepared for plans to change.
My most memorable experience whilst living on that small island involved a forest and a huge storm. One of the local farmers had cattle that grazed on the edge of a plantation of sugarcane that bordered a large forest. The dry season was particularly harsh that year i remember hearing them saying. So much sun and so little rain, the forest floor was dry as a bone.
One night, a storm raged outside, it was like nothing I had ever experienced. Deafening claps of thunder, flashes lighting up the sky, I was truly in awe. The farmers I lived with though seemed anxious and worried. They had much more experience than I, and they knew that the conditions were just right for catastrophe.
They were so afraid that lightening would strike the forest and ignite the whole thing. The cattle were in perilous danger, but there was nothing we could do for them. We held our breath and prayed for the storm to pass.
As the night went on, the storm moved south, and dispersed over the sea. The next morning we assessed the damage, fallen trees, broken sugarcane, and the cattle? They looked like they had had a long night, but were in otherwise good health. If you’re ever visiting Koh Samui, make sure to go to the south side of the island and ask for Michaela, everybody knows who he is. He’s lived on the island his whole life and as well as telling stories that will leave you wondering the meaning of life, he has advice for every situation. Truly the wisest man I know. Say hi from me if you ever do go!!…