Chaweng: A Bevy of Attractions

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Beautiful Chaweng contains a bevy of attractions that promises to charm the socks of its visitors!

Chaweng Beach

Chaweng has a reputation for being a popular spot in Samui, for it is the longest and most beautiful beach on the island. The beach in Chaweng is indeed a dream-like tropical paradise, for the sand is fine and powdery soft. The turquoise waters, clear and sparkling, are enticing inviting, appealing to beach-goers to venture into the waters for a refreshing swim.

The entire stretch of Chaweng Beach is divided into four areas, namely, North Chaweng, South Chaweng, Central Chaweng and Chaweng Noi, located at at the southern end of the beach.

Water Sports: Making a Spalsh!

Water sports enthusiasts are in for an wet and wild time at Chaweng Beach, as a majority of dive shops in Samui are located in Chaweng. Diving is not all – you can also try out other activities such as jet skiing, windsurfing, canoeing and sailing.

Snookah Diving Samui

Snookah Divin’

Keen to explore the underwater life in Chaweng? If you are, make sure to try out snookah diving!

‘But what’s that? Do you mean scuba diving?’ You wonder curiously.

No, we are not referring to scuba diving, although snookah diving is somewhat similar to scuba diving in certain ways. Snookah diving is a reconfigured form of scuba diving, to allow for diving in shallow waters so that anyone can participate in this activity.

You may join shorter trips lasting a duration of two hours, to explore the nearby virgin reefs and islands located close to Koh Samui. Longer half-day trips are also conducted, bringing divers to places such as Koh Tan and Koh Mutsum.

Samui Trekking

Trekking Adventures in Samui

Are you a nature lover seeking a unique, off-the-beaten-track experience?

If you have answered a resounding yes, be ready to embark on a trekking adventure with Samui Trekking.

Travellers have left positive reviews about their guided trekking experiences, ranging from winding, rocky courses amidst the jungles and mountains, to walks along the beach to explore hidden coves.

Do not fret if you have not been exercising regularly, as there are a variety of trekking courses with different levels of physical demands. Level one treks are highly enjoyable, and are suitable for the majority of travellers. The level four treks presents the highest level of difficulty, and are catered to travellers who are regular hikers.

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