With all the great things that Koh Samui offer to visitors, locals and foreigners alike, it’s no wonder if people would have one basic question, “How to get to Koh Samui?” If you find yourself asking the very same thing, then you have come to the right place. We have gathered all possible means, modes of transportation, that would allow you to arrive in Koh Samui safe and sound, and hopefully, relaxed. Mind you, there are several ways on how you can arrive in Koh Samui. You just have to choose which one would be your best option.

Bangkok Airways

Obviously, this is the most convenient means for you to get to Koh Samui. You have the option to take Bangkok Airways from Bangkok, Phuket, Pattaya or Singapore. The Koh Samui International Airport is run by Bangkok Airways and you can choose from the many flights that lead to Koh Samui. The flights from Bangkok to Koh Samui run up to 20 per day, which allows you to grab the flight that would suit your schedule.

Ferries and Catamarans

If you have the fear of flying or perhaps for some other reasons, flying is not just your cup of tea, then you have the option to take the ferry. There are several catamarans and ferries that run from Don Sak or Surat Thani. These are all in the Thai mainland so it is easy for you to locate the port. In some cases, you can combine a sleeper train and a ferry if you would be coming from Bangkok. The sleeper train would be located at the Hualumphong Station.

It must be noted though that ferry times tend to change. There are touts however who would wait for buses and trains and guide them to their ownset of companies. When you opt for a ferry, you have to expect a long wait. So just make sure that you bring a lot of patience with you.

Going Back to Your Hotels

Don’t worry because Koh Samui is replete with boats that could bring you back to your hotels. In fact, even guests have become a witness to this, wherein it’s easier for them to ride a ferry back. Around 10-car ferries leave from Lipa Noi to assist you. Just the same, make sure that you proceed there early so that you can secure your spot and your waiting time would somehow be cut short.

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