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Napasai, Koh Samui
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65/10 Baan Tai, Maenam Koh Samui Surat Thani 84330 Thailand
Thailand stretches 1860 km north to south, giving it one of the most diverse climates in South East Asia and has land borders with Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia and Malaysia.
Samui Island (Koh Samui) is one of the major islands of the Gulf of Siam and is a one and a half hour flight from Bangkok.
Napasai is a resort on Baan Tai beach near the town of Maenam in the north of the island, a 25 minute transfer from the airport. The hotel is a very peaceful place, where guests can rest and relax in unspoiled natural surroundings.
18 Seaview Cottages
16 Hillview cottages
11 Beachfront Cottages
8 Garden Cottage Suites
2 Beachfront Cottage Suites
14 Private Pool Villas with 2 or 3 bedrooms
Check in time: 1400
Check out time: 1200
Late check out based on request and subject to availability
GMT + 7 hours
Passports & Visas
Please check that your passport has at least 6 months remaining validity at time of travel.
Visas for tourism visits to Thailand are not normally required for stays of less than 30 days, except for nationals of certain Middle Eastern African and South American countries. Visas may be required for onward travel to other Asian destinations.
Customs regulations are in line with those prevailing elsewhere in the world, however the importation of prohibited items carries serious penalties. In particular the importation of narcotics in Thailand is treated very seriously.
The local currency is the Baht and each Baht is divided into 100 satangs. Foreign currencies and travellers cheques are easily exchanged at banks, hotels or licensed money changers. All major credit cards are widely accepted.
Thailand enjoys a tropical climate with three distinct seasons: hot from April to mid-October (34°c to 38°c), fresh from January to April (28°c to 32°c), rainy season from mid-October to mid-December. The rainy season remains pleasant as there are planty of sunny days during the Monsoon.
Thai is one of the oldest languages in East and South-East Asia and is the main language in Thailand. Other languages spoken in Thailand are Malay, Chinese, Lao and Mon-Khemer, while English is becoming more common especially in government and commerce.
No special health certificates are generally required but you should take advice from your medical practitioner or travel specialist.
Light cool and casual clothing is recommended. Sweaters are needed during cool season evenings or if visiting mountainous areas.