Can you drink alcohol on Koh Samui?

Alcoholic beverages can be served in bars and restaurants in Koh Samui from October 1 under the “Samui Vaccine Green Zone” scheme, Surat Thani authorities announced on Thursday. This will be allowed only if every member of staff has received both doses of the Covid-19 vaccine.

Is two weeks too long in Koh Samui?

If you have 2 weeks you could also spend a few days in Bangkok either at the beginning or end of the trip but otherwise 2 weeks isn’t too long on Samui.

Is Koh Samui good for nightlife?

Koh Samui nightlife is among the best in Asia, if not the world. The island brings a lively young crowd of revellers for partying on the white sandy beaches and pubs till day break. Nightlife in Koh Samui is beautiful, wild, and diverse.

How much is a pint in Koh Samui?

Cost of Living in Koh Samui

Restaurants Edit
Domestic Beer (1 pint draught) 78.00฿
Imported Beer (12 oz small bottle) 107.50฿
Cappuccino (regular) 50.00฿
Coke/Pepsi (12 oz small bottle) 17.67฿

What is a sandbox Thailand?

Phuket Sandbox is a program that allows foreign travelers to visit Phuket province without having to undergo quarantine. They must have a negative RT-PCR test result before they can enjoy traveling and do leisure activities throughout Phuket.

How long do you need in Koh Samui?

At the bare minimum, you should be planning for at least 3 days in Koh Samui. You will be able to at least tick off the major attractions and activities. Four days gives you a bit more flexibility while 5–7 days allow for more time-consuming activities, such as island-hopping or a more relaxed schedule.

What is Koh Samui like in August?

Koh Samui in August August is a good month to visit Koh Samui in the school summer holidays. The rest of the country has high chances of rain, so for beaches and warm weather it’s a much better option if you’re visiting Thailand. There’s an average temperature of 29°C and warm sea temperatures of 28°C.

Are there snakes on Koh Samui?

Although there are snakes on Samui, you will have a hard time finding them. As already mentioned by other posters, they tend to hide from us humans. If you do manage to meet one, make sure that you don’t corener it and most likely it will take the opoportunity to dissapear. Enjoy your stay.

Why are there no great whites in Thailand?

I am not a great white shark expert, but I am pretty confident that great white sharks have never been seen in Thai waters. It’s simply too warm for them. Great whites generally prefer colder waters – hence why they’re found concentrated around South Australia in the AustralAsia region.