What is Koh Samet?
Koh Samet is the largest island from the nearby "Khao Laem Ya - Mu Ko Samet" national park with various islands and very beautiful beaches. Its great destination to enjoy beach live and to relax.
Koh Samet has beautiful beaches and clear water. It is an international tourist destination and the whole year frequently visited, especially during weekends or festivals.
You will find on Koh Samet both: Quiet and almost lonely beaches as well as crowded beaches, -meat on meat.
Ko Samet is part of the "Khao Laem Ya - Mu Ko Samet" national park with other small islands around.
The Samet Archipelago includes after the largest and the only inhabited island Koh Samet also the following small islands: Koh Kudi, Koh Kruai, Ko Makham, Koh Plai Tin, Koh Chan, Koh Talu, Koh Klet Chalam, and Koh Thai Khang Kao.
All islands can be visited from Ban Phe or from Koh Samet with individual or group arrangements. Ask at your beach or on your pier to get the most accurate price information. Prices are negotiable and depend on the situation.
Foreigners entering the national park have to pay an entrance fee of 200 THB, which is normally valid for 1 month. For Thai nationals the entrance fee is 40THB and normally valid for one single entry only.