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Suggested Itinerary

Phuket and Koh Samui Multi Centre

Two stunning Thai islands

Starting on Thailand's largest island, Phuket, you'll find lots to explore from shimmering temples to colonial mansions and stunning palm-fringed beaches. Then it's on to the gulf of Thailand where you alight on the palm-fringed island of Koh Samui. The island is a heady mix of sensations where exotic rainforests and lively nightlife co-exist in tropical harmony.

Our Experts Recommend:
  • Take the opportunity to visit some of the smaller neighbouring islands
  • Experience Thailand's two most popular beach destinations
  • Take a ride in an exciting tuk-tuk
  • Try your bartering skills at the colourful night markets

Sample Itinerary Summary

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13 days
Destination Breakdown

Itinerary Breakdown

Enjoy spectacular scenery and relax on the stunning palm-fringed beaches of Asia's most popular beach destination, Phuket. It would be easy to spend a week lazing on the beaches, exploring the local shops and restaurants or indulging in a spa treatment or two, but there is so much more to this dream destination. Why not take a speedboat to the spectacular Phang Nga Bay, just northeast of Phuket, where limestone cliffs jut dramatically from the emerald green waters?

Koh Samui has the added benefit of being both cosmopolitan and a relaxing and beautiful destination where you can experience the serenity of temples such as Wat Khunaram. Mill around beaches throbbing with activity, or even find isolated stretches of peaceful white sand. We recommend spending eight nights or more here to truly relax and unwind on the blissful beaches.

Points of Interest


Long, lazy days spent relaxing on stunning, palm-fringed beaches awaits; Phuket is paradise on earth, as colourful as it is cosmopolitan.

There’s plenty to explore; from the Similan Islands, counted among the 10 most interesting dive areas in the world, to the famous James Bond island in Phang Nga Bay and Patong’s exciting nightlife on Bangla Road. Phuket offers the perfect destination for some winter sun and a spot of culture. Venture to the shimmering temples, visit colonial mansions and even see elephants coming down to the waterfront to cool off in the waves.

Koh Samui

Known as Thailand’s most dynamic chameleon, Koh Samui is a cosmopolitan melting point of experiences and sensations; from palm-fringed shorelines and lush rainforest to cultural sights and delicious cuisine.

It’s an easy island to explore; travel along the one main road to see stunning beaches and resorts, all with their own unique identity. The more active traveller can enjoy a range of island activities including kite surfing and quad biking while culture vultures can visit the Big Budda, Koh Samui’s most prominent landmark situated in the north of the island. We also recommend paying a visit to the Fisherman’s Village in Bophut; a great place for evening dining and a spot of shopping.

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Why have an off-the-shelf holiday when you can go bespoke? Here are a few suggestions on how we can start to tailor make this itinerary into something really special that suits you down to a tee.



Phuket Beaches

Palm-fringed, white sand beaches and sparkling, crystal clear waters; imagine paradise and you will see the beaches of Phuket. Framing the island, these stunning beaches are backed by green foliage, shimmering temples and colonial mansions. Keep your eye out for the elephants that come down to the water to play in the waves.

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Cooking Class - Koh Samui

Discover one of Asia’s great cuisines on one of its most beautiful tropical islands, in a fun and relaxed setting at SITCA (Samui Institute of Thai Culinary Arts).

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Angthong National Marine Park

Angthong National Marine Park is the second National Park created in Thailand and is composed of more than 40 islands with lush rainforests, white sandy beaches, limestone cliffs and off shore reefs. Most islands comprise limestone masses, reaching heights up to 450 metres and blanketed by four different types of forest such as Dry Evergreen, Beach, Limestone and Mangrove.

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Around Samui Island by land

The first stop will be Ladd Koh View Point for panoramic views of the famous, powdery sand Chaweng Beach. Next stop off at the strange natural formations grandpa rock and grandma rock, which have been fashioned through the years by the elements into amusingly shaped sculptures. Visit Wat Kunaram to pay respect to the mummified body of Luang Por Daeng, who died more than 30 years ago in a sitting position of meditation.

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