Best Things to Do in Koh Samui – Feel the Island Vibes!

Koh Samui is that one island in Thailand which caters to everyone depending on what you’re looking for! Family time? Clubbing nights? Yoga and fitness? You got it. Keen on learning about the best things to do in Koh Samui?

1). Ang Thong National Marine Park

A breathtaking marine serve, dotted with coral reefs, limestone islands and hidden beaches! A must-visit for snorkelling enthusiasts! While you explore the beauty of this island, if you’re looking for Koh Samui hotels there are many choices like Anantara Bophut Koh Samui Resort for instance.

2). Muay Thai Boxing

Known as the art of eight limbs, there is nothing fake going on here. Thailand’s national sport is a ferocious one and if you’re afraid of a little roughness, avoid getting seats too close to the ring!

3). Khun Si Waterfall

A small waterfall that flows through a rock pool in the middle of the jungle. Tricky to reach, but it pays off when you see that not many people get there, particularly in the early mornings.

4). Woo Bar

Possibly the most Instagrammed place on the entire island, this is a gorgeously decorated bar surrounded by glassy infinity pools. Slide into the circular seating pod which is set in the water and order your favourite drink as you enjoy the sunset!

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Where to Go & Best Things to Do in JB – Travelling in Malaysia

Like most of the places in Malaysia, Johor Bahru too has quite a metropolitan façade to it. Most people may also find it boring, but in fact, this is not so! Here are a few places to check out and things to do when in the city.

City Square

If shopping is your thing, then find your favourite brands at City Square which is a short drive away from Berjaya Waterfront Hotel. If you are a shopper travelling for the day, then you won’t be out anytime soon from this mall. It also offers movies, massages at the spa and platy of eateries to satisfy your craving of the day!

Jalan Dhoby

So, the night market here opens at 7 pm and this is where you are sure to find something that catches your eye to treasure as a memento of your trip here. Hungry? There more than a few traditional bakeries and eateries here.

Theme Park it!

Up for some fun? The Hello Kitty Town sure sounds interesting, doesn’t it? Furthermore, if you are travelling with kids, they are sure to love the idea of heading over to LEGO Land during their time in Malaysia!

Johor Premier Outlets

Got any cash remaining and don’t have a clue what to do with it? Head over to the cluster of factory outlets where those seemingly expensive brands may actually be affordable right here. The place is just a 40-minute drive from City Square and located close to hotels in Johor Bahru city.

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Best Islands in Thailand – For the island lovers

With as many as hundreds of islands ubiquitous within the waters of Thailand, there is no doubt that some of the best holiday islands belong to this archipelago. An island-hopping holiday in Thailand is probably best for the adventurous lot. If you are one of them here are some of the best islands to add to your travel list.

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Koh Phayan

If you’ve enjoyed the modern city of Bangkok, stayed in one of those serviced apartments in Bangkok the likes of Chatrium Residence Riverside Bangkok and had enough of that concrete jungle its time for a change. In Koh Phayan, Wi-Fi and even electricity is a rarity. One can simply indulge in the joys of a technology-free holiday.

Koh Similan

If you are the typical beach buff, then a visit to Koh Similan is an absolute must! The beaches here are simply magical with shores of white sparkling sand and crystal clear, light blue waters that are perfect for a dive or snorkel. Moreover, the rock formations by the beach are quite unusual too.

Koh Yao Yai

With Krabi and Phuket on either side of it, this island is wonderful, small and quiet. The best part about the island is that it has the perfect swamps to explore while kayaking. The island is filled with coconut trees and rubber plantations adding to the tropical feel.

Koh Kradan

This is the very epitome of paradise to those who love a tropical island holiday! Covered with lush greens and rimmed with a beautiful beach, the tranquility here is otherworldly! Sip on some coconut water and soak in some of those rays and unwind.

 

 

 

Auburn Silver is a travel writer who has a passion for fashion and a deep interest in admiring new and exotic attractions around the world. Google+