Samui Palm Beach Resort
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Samui Attractions

It’s a 15-minute drive to get to Chaweng, so all the restaurants and night life are easily accessible. Palm Beach operates its very own free shuttle bus to Chaweng, making a round trip a cinch. Meanwhile there are enough restaurants, shops, convenience stores and massage places within a few minutes’ walk from the resort itself. And Fisherman’s Village, with all its food options, is just a 15 minutes’ walk along the beach, or if you have a car, a couple of minutes’ drive. That said, lots of guests are content to stay much of the time at Palm Beach, as there’s everything you need right here.
Samui Palm Beach Resort

Central Festival Samui

209, Moo 2, Bo Phut, Ko Samui - 84320 - Surat Thani - Thailand
9.5318603444256,100.06140759364
Samui Palm Beach Resort

Hin Ta & Hin Yai Rocks

92 84310 126/92 Moo 3 Ko Samui District - 84310 - Koh Samui - Thailand
9.4656592,100.0448343
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Big Buddha

Bo Put, Ko Samui District, Surat Thani - Surat Thani - Thailand
9.5708421454037,100.05978553279
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Mae Nam Walking Street

No. 199 Moo 1, Maenam Beach, Mae Nam, Koh Samui, Surat Thani - 84330 - Koh Samui - Thailand
9.5692975484227,99.997525861946
Samui Palm Beach Resort

Fisherman’s Village Plaza

No. 3/6 Moo 1, Bophut Sub-district, Koh Samui District, Surat Thani - 84320 - Surat Thani - Thailand
9.5583309408857,100.03134752988
Samui Palm Beach Resort

The Wharf Samui

62 Moo 1 Ko Samui District, Surat Thani - 84320 - Surat Thani - Thailand
9.5608091948673,100.02759405343

Pantai Cenang – Langkawi’s main vein – may not be as rowdy as the Las Vegas strip but it is Malaysia’s most developed west-coast beach; its shores are a gorgeous mix of white sand, crystalline turquoise-blue waters and verdant palms.

Crammed with mostly budget to mid-range hotels, Pantai Cenang – located 25 km west of Kuah – is also home to more than a few high-end resorts. When the sun goes down a peculiar jumble of backpackers, expats, Asian tourists and families throng the main road to eat, drink and window shop.