Samui is an island located about 80 kilometers from Suratthani, the nearest mainland city. The island currently has only one airport, Samui Airport, which is privately owned by Bangkok Airways. Bangkok Airways operates 13 daily flights to Samui from Bangkok. These flights are about 1 hour and 5 minutes in duration and operate from Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok. Other direct flights to Samui can also be made from Phuket, Krabi, Pattaya, Hong Kong, and Singapore.
Please inform us of your flight and party details so that we may arrange transfer pick-up for you at Samui Airport upon your arrival.
Please note that this flight information is subject to change according to the service provider. We recommend that you contact Bangkok Airways directly for details of the flight information. Or, you may contact our Reservations office as we will be glad to assist you with any questions you may have.
Bangkok to Koh SamuiFrom Bangkok, take Highway 4 through Phetchaburi, Prachuab Kirikhan and Chumphon then go on to Highway 41 to Suratthani province. From Suratthani take Highway 401 until you reach Baan Nai intersection where you take Highway 4142 for about 22 kilometers towards to Don Sak town.
Visitors can take their cars to Koh Samui through a vehicle ferry at Don Sak pier. At Don Sak, there are are choice of two piers to choose from. The ferry takes 1 hour and 30 minutes to reach Na Thon pier at Koh Samui.
Nathon Pier to King’s Garden ResortFrom Nathon pier to Chaweng Beach, drive on Highway 4169 (the only main road around Koh Samui) passing Bang Por, Mae Nam, and Boput. Upon seeing Lotus Supermarket on your right side; turn left at the next traffic light. This road will directly to Chaweng beach road intersection. At the end of this road, turn right on Chaweng Beach road (this will be one-way traffic). King’s Garden Resort is located 150 meters past McDonald’s on the beachside (left-hand side).
Air-conditioned buses (V.I.P. or regular bus) leave Bangkok ‘s Southern Bus Terminal, which is located in the Thonburi area of Bangkok , directly to Koh Samui several times daily. The bus trip usually takes about 11 hours.
Several trains leave Bangkok ‘s Hua Lumphong train station for Suratthani (the transfer point to Koh Samui) daily. Both air-conditioned and non-air-conditioned classes are available. The trip takes about 11 to 12 hours. The train/ bus/ ferry combination tickets are also available at the train station. For the return trip from Samui, you can contact our Reservation office for further information or assistance.
No matter which method you choose on how to get here, please do not hesitate to contact us if you need transfer pick-up services as we will be happy to assist you in anyway. We look forward to seeing you soon!