Here is the list of 7 Beaches in Koh Samui
One of the more famous attractions, Hat Lamai is home to unusual, yet amazing natural rock formations. Situated in a perfect location, it presents you with the best of the nature's beauty! With lovely turquoise beaches, buzzling downtown atmosphere, growing Thai-style nightlife, and a dose of delicious food - Hat Lamai is designed for one and all!
Chewang Beach offers you the best of both worlds - white sands, soft waves and palm trees that sway gently in alluring winds that blow here, inviting you to just relax on one side or engage in varied beach activities, defining the word fun to the very end! Over all, it? a place where people of all ages can enjoy the vibes of the place!
Known as one of the quieter and more peaceful beaches, Mae Nam is a perfect escape from all the mayhem. Even though it is said to be rather slow and nascent, it has an amazing scenery and a handful of local activities to engage in. With tall, swaying palm trees, and soft, subtle waves - Mae Nam is a slice of heaven!
One of the quieter and less-developed stretches, Bang Po beach is the place to run off to when you want to escape from the crazy, chaotic atmosphere of civilization. With gorgeous views at every turn, the Baan Tai side of the beach is a treat to the eyes! A heaven for all the seafood lovers, it's hard not to fall in love with this beautiful coastal delight.
One of the oldest places on the Island, Bo Phut beach is a beautiful long stretch that runs in between the Big Buddha and the Mae Nam Beach. Offering an entire package to its tourists, the Bo Phut beach is easily amongst the favorites for many visitors. Three kilometers down from the beach, lies an attractions centre filled with fun activities and even an aqua park for water lovers!
Ban Hua Thanon, down south of Hat Lamai, is a beautiful beach which is known for its photogenic scenery. Situated within the Muslim town, it also is home to a green, gold and white mosque. Even though the sand might be not as clean as the other beaches, over all it is definitely a pretty sight!
Covered in beautiful palm trees but not the crowds of Chaweng Beach, Mae Nam Beach is a 7 kilometres stretch full of quiet spots to unwind under the sun. It's quite popular amongst expats who love to gaze out at Koh Phangan Island on the horizon. Just off the Pra Lawn Pier is Wat Na Phra Lan which is a beautiful Buddhist temple. The closest traffic cuts off nearly half a kilometre away from the beach, making this the ideal location for families looking for a private slice of paradise.