Check out Five Things Not to Miss in Koh Samui, including a stay at OZO Chaweng Samui

Travel and Lifestyle Press Releases Tuesday March 14, 2017 10:46
Bangkok--14 Mar--ONYX Hospitality Group

Koh Samui is one of Thailand's most splendid tropical islands with much to offer from stunning natural surroundings to a treasure trove of cultural attractions. OZO inspires wanderlusts to have their one-of-a-kind travel experiences with five things not to miss in Koh Samui, making every vacation a memorable one!

The beauty of unspoilt neighbouring islands: Step onto a long-tail fishing boat to explore the Samui Archipelago by stopping at the secret islands, Koh Taen and Koh Madsum. Known for their uncrowded beaches and rich marine life, the islands are perfect for a quality day relaxing,snorkelling in crystal clear waters or having a private picnic on white sandy beaches in the perfect setting of a glorious tropical sunset.

Adventures in the hills: Set in a lush jungle with many beautiful spots along the way, as well as numerous food and souvenir stalls, the Na Muang Waterfalls are worth visiting and can be reached on foot. Enjoy spending an entire day of adrenaline pumping action—swimming, hiking, exploring and picnicking—at the falls, a cool and peaceful alternative to the beach.

The classic side of town: Hit up Samui's unique historical past at the Fisherman's Village in Bophut, where the island was once home to a thriving fishing community. Built in the 19th century by a group of Chinese immigrants, the original wooden architecture and wide range of boutiques, restaurants and cafes gives the village its charm. In addition, the famous weekly market is hard to be missed for those who love fresh local produce, snacks and handmade crafts.

Mouth-watering foods: Indulge the belly with a diverse range of cuisine from grilled seafood to Southern Thailand's local flavours. Enjoy irresistible home-made burgers and exciting cocktails in the relaxing yet vibrant setting of Stacked, one of the most funkiest restaurants in Koh Samui. Sweeten up the trip with Samui's favourite sweet, the Kalamae, which is a caramelised candy made of the island's indigenous coconut.

Perfect accommodation: After a day of exploring, retreat to the comfort and convenience of OZO Chaweng Samui, featuring rooms with sleep-inducing beds and breakfasts worth waking up for. Guests can take advantage of the OZO Chaweng Samui Seascape Package, with rates starting from 4,790 THB++ per night for a minimum two nights' stay. The package includes one-way airport transfer, daily breakfast for two, and a 500 THB food and beverage voucher for Stacked. Available from now till 31 January 2018. For more information or reservations, please visit http://www.ozohotels.com/chaweng-samui/hotelpackage/seascape-package_716.aspx


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