The largest province of the South, Surat Thani was once a provincial capital of the 10th century Indonesian Srivijaya Empire, and now covers an area of approximately 13,000 square kilometers of both low basins and high plateaus with forested mountains, as well as some of Thailand’s most famous islands including Koh Samui, Koh Phangan, Koh Tao, and the Mu Koh Ang Thong Marine National Park.
With soul and mental of Samui Island, a combination with modernity, becomes the ideal holiday on the best beach of the island,
Chaweng beach and Choengmon beach, best for honeymoon, family and life s... More info
Escape to the "Island in the Sun" blessed with unmatched natural beauty and the private world of Centara Villas Samui. Nestled on Natien Beach in southern Samui, unwind in the privacy of 80 meters of ... More info
Koh Pha Ngan is one of the idyllic islands that lie to the north of Koh Samui, in the Gulf of Thailand. Just 12 kilometres from Samui, Koh Pha Ngan is the largest in a small archipelago of six islands... More info
One Bedroom Suite
One Bedroom Ocean View
Each of the interior designed 1 Bedroom Suites (45 - 55sqm) at Code are composed to provide the very highest levels of luxury living. From the King Sized bed... More info
Lanna is a contemporary and truly chic resort featuring beautifully appointed suites from designer studios through to decadent penthouses and a range of hotel facilities including a fusion cuisine bis... More info
First Residence is designed for guests who search for a budget accommodation with modern facilities, clean style and a comfortable environment. First Residence is located at Chaweng Road with many sma... More info
Xin-City Hotel is a high quality budget hotel in the heart of Chaweng Beach Shopping and Nightlife Center and perfectly suited for younger adventurous visitors and tourists enjoying nightlife and ente... More info
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