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Koh Samui Bangkok Tour
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5 Days Koh Samui with Bangkok Tour

Koh Samui – Bangkok

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Bangkok Koh Samui Tour packages

Thailand is one of Southeast Asia's most enchanting and popular tourist destinations, with huge crowds visiting annually. Indian Holiday has a well-created trip to Bangkok and Koh Samui that offers Thailand's best sights and sounds. With this 4 nights and 5 days tour, visit two of the most renowned destinations: Koh Samui and Bangkok.

While enjoying this tour, you can indulge in an immersive experience such as shopping, a temple tour, a cultural tour, and many more. The 5 Days Koh Samui and Bangkok tour package covers delicious meals, swift transfers, cozy accommodations, and incredible sightseeing tours. For more information about this itinerary, you can check out the details below.

Note: This is a suggested Bangkok Koh Samui itinerary indicative of what could be possible. We customize holidays for your specific needs. Contact us if you want modifications so we can customize a holiday to suit your needs for an unforgettable Bangkok tour.

Koh Samui Bangkok Tour Package Highlights
  • Koh Samui Bangkok Tour Package Highlights
  • Sightseeing in Ko Samui, the popular Thai Island
  • Temple Tour of Bangkok
  • Shopping for souvenirs in Bangkok
5 Days Koh Samui Bangkok Tour Itinerary
Day 1: Bangkok to Koh Samui

After arriving at Bangkok airport, proceed to the domestic airport to board your flight to Koh Samui. Upon arrival, meet an IHPL representative who will help you with an assisted transfer to the hotel. Post-check-in formalities, the day is at your leisure.

Day 2: Koh Samui

On day 2, have your breakfast and get all set for partaking in sightseeing of the mesmerizing Koh Samui Island. The first visit of the day is to the extraordinary rock formations of Hin Ta & Hin Yai, popularly known as Grandfather and Grandmother Rocks. Later, continue towards Na-Muang Waterfalls, two fresh water falls, placed close to each other. Indulge in fun activities here. Now move to Nothan, Koh Samui's capital, to splurge in shopping. You can not only get your hands on some amazing stuff like home décor products, Thai fruits, eco-friendly beauty products, etc but can also taste some amazing lips-smacking authentic seafood delicacies. Bring your city tour to an end by visiting the very popular attraction and landmark of Big Buddha statue, a 12 m tall status made in gold in 1972. The evening is at leisure. Overnight stay.

Day 3: Koh Samui-Bangkok

Have your breakfast. Later, get transferred to the airport to board your flight to Bangkok. An IHPL representative assists you with the check-in process at the hotel. The afternoon is scheduled for a temple and city tour of Bangkok. The last visit is to the Royal Palace or Grand Palace. Overnight stay in Bangkok.

Day 4: Bangkok

The fourth day after breakfast is free. Spend the day as per your liking and partake in the activities of your choice. Explore the nearby attractions, interact with the locals, binge on lip-smacking local delicacies, or relax in your hotel—overnight stay in Bangkok.

Day 5: Bangkok

On the last day, after breakfast, get transferred to Bangkok Airport to board the flight for your onward journey.

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FAQs of Koh Samui with Bangkok Tour

Q: Is there a direct ferry from Bangkok to Koh Samui?

Ans: There is currently just one ferry route between Thailand and Koh Samui, operated by one ferry company, Lomprayah High-Speed Ferries. The Chumphon (Lomprayah Pier) to Koh Samui (Mae Nam Pier) ferry crossing works weekly with a scheduled sailing duration of about 3 hours and 10 minutes.

Q: What is the best time to visit Koh Samui?

Ans: The ideal time to travel is between December and March, when the weather is most tranquil. With an average daily high temperature of 33°C and an average low temperature of 24°C, June is the hottest month of the year. Conversely, January is the coldest month of the year, with an average daily high temperature of 29°C and an average low temperature of 23°C.

Q: Which place is better, Koh Samaui or Phuket?

Ans: Koh Samui is better if you want to find calmer and more private beaches. But if you are looking for a more lively beach scene then Phuket Beach is your destination. It depends on which place you want to explore and which type of activity.

Q: How many days are required to explore Koh Samui?

Ans: It would be ideal for spending at least three days in Koh Samui. So you can tick off the major attractions and activities, at least. Four days gives you more flexibility, while 5–7 days allow for more time-consuming activities, such as island-hopping or a more relaxed schedule.

Q: Is swimming allowed in the Koh Samui Sea?

Ans: Yes, you can swim in the sea at Koh Samui. Chaweng Beach is considered one of the most captivating beaches on Koh Samui, so you don't have to go very far to get that natural tropical island feel. On top of that, there's always something to do on the beach, whether it's water sports, swimming, entertainment, or just going for a drink.