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Koh Samui is the sort of destination you’d conjure up images of when you think about an idyllic seaside holiday: white sand beaches, aquamarine waters and an inviting, relaxed atmosphere. And while its postcard-pretty coasts may be the focal point, there’s so much more to the island - like nature attractions, cultural landmarks and child-friendly amenities - that makes it a great bet for family getaways. If you are looking for the ideal family accommodation, our Koh Samui family villas will not disappoint.
From cosy two-bedroom or three bedroom villas to capacious seven bedroom properties, our family villas are ideally kitted out for a retreat with your entire clan. The living spaces are thoughtfully furnished to meet a wide-ranging array of vacation needs: there’s a private pool and garden for outdoor lounging, a fully equipped kitchen for self-catered meals, a playroom for young children and a spa room where Moms and Dads can unwind.
During your stay in a family villa, in Koh Samui, your villa manager will also assist with your vacation needs - whether it’s engaging a professional childminder, planning a kid-friendly menu or having facilities like stair gates and pool fences put up at your villa.
North Samui - home to the towns of Mae Nam, Bang Po, Bophut, Big Buddha and Choeng Mon - is a great option for family vacationers. The beaches are postcard-perfect, you’ll have easy access to local amenities and restaurants, and the vibes are relaxed.
Choeng Mon Beach offers a great family experience: the white sand coast is peppered with restaurants, the local shops along the main road are a skip away and there’s a whole host of activities available. Go snorkeling, swimming, scuba diving - or just lounge languidly along the coast while soaking up the breezy beach vibes. Mae Nam Beach is just as scenic and kid-friendly, with an added bonus: it’s ideal for kitesurfing between the months of November till March.
You’re guaranteed a varied vacation itinerary, thanks to the myriad cultural attractions, walking streets, cooking classes and yoga studios in the vicinity. Fisherman’s Village, a hub featuring boutiques, souvenir stalls, restaurants and cafes makes for an excellent all-day hangout. On Fridays, stop by at the Fisherman’s Village Walking Street. The lively ambience is infectious, and there are street food, live music and performances to enjoy.
Big Buddha, a temple compound with a striking 12-metre Buddha statue is the island’s landmark attraction. Just a skip away is Wat Plai Laem; the colourful architecture and statues make the temple an eye-grabbing venue.
At InFusion Cooking, kids and adults can partake in a fun-filled session while learning the essentials of Thai cooking. If wellness and rejuvenation are a priority, we’d recommend The Yogarden Studio for its wide-ranging yoga classes and salubrious cafe fare.
The coastal towns in West Samui - Lipa Noi, Taling Ngam and Nathon - also check off the right boxes as a family-friendly destination. The essentials, like picturesque beaches and seafront lifestyle venues remain, but the ambience is quieter, with fewer tourist attractions compared to the liveliness of the north. But the remoteness is what makes these destinations appealing, drawing in villa vacationers seeking a quiet, unhurried holiday.
Take the kids out to Lipa Noi Beach - it’s one of the best beaches for young children, as there are no rocks or corals in the water, making it safe for paddling. Taling Ngam Beach boasts unspoilt nature, stunning sunsets and a quiet ambience you’d be hard-pressed to find elsewhere. Snorkeling is a popular activity here, as are languid walks along the coast. Pro-tip: Do exercise caution if you decide to take a swim, as beaches in the region are affected by tides.
Take in the ornate architectural details and tranquil ambience at Laem Sor Pagoda and Khao Chedi. Combine your visit with a trip to the Samui Cultural Center, a venue that features artworks, artifacts and architecture influenced by diverse Asian cultures.
Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy the hike through a lush jungle to Na Muang Waterfall. The path can get steep and slippery, so proper shoes are recommended. Got an appetite for adventure? Canopy Adventures Secret Falls, with its fast-gliding cable rides and ziplines will provide the adrenaline rush you seek.