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Whether you’re relaxing or raving, this unique island paradise has something for everyone; alongside scenery guaranteed to knock you sideways – because there’s way more to Thailand than Bangkok.



Thailand TRAVEL

As the crystal water lazily laps up against the beach – almost as lazily as the tourists relaxing by it – another plane skims delicately over the treetops shuttling in another selection of holidaymakers and locals from Bangkok. While slightly less cautious tourists slowly cook in the mid-afternoon sun, and you casually sip on a coconut sporting a colourful miniature umbrella, something becomes abundantly clear. This is the dream island getaway that you always see in Hollywood movies and glossy mags. This is the place to come when you need to escape the 10-7 office culture of 21st century life. This is the island paradise of Koh Samui.

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