Koh Samet is a Thai island located in the gulf of Thailand off the province of Rayong, approximately 220 km southeast of Bangkok. The island derives its name from the cajeput tree found throughout the island, as the Thai language word for cajeput is samet. Koh Samet has beautiful beaches and crystal clear water. It is conveniently located and can be reached by minibus and ferry in approx. four hours from Bangkok.

01 Colourful boats 02 Beach with rocks 03 Ao Phai beach 04 Ao Phai beach
05 Ao Phai beach 06 Rocks at the beach 07 Hat Sai Kaeo beach 08 Motor boat at Ao Cho beach 09 Ao Cho beach
10 Ao Cho beach 11 Jetty at Ao Cho beach 12 Ao Tubtim beach 13 Path and bungalow 14 Rocks and trees
15 Statues of gods 16 Snake on the beach 17 Jellyfish at Hat Sai Kaeo beach 18 Jellyfish at Hat Sai Kaeo beach 19 Deckchair at the Hat Sai Kaeo beach
20 Trader on Hat Sai Kaeo beach 21 Ao Nuan beach 22 Ao Nuan beach 23 Ao Nuan beach 24 Beach and rocks
25 Beach 26 Harbour Ao Nadan 27 Decorated fishing boot in Ao Nadan 28 Decorated fishing boot in Ao Nadan 29 White flower
30 View on the beach of Ao Kui Na Nok 31 Bungalows at the Ao Phrao beach 32 Bungalows at the Ao Phrao beach 33 Luxurious bungalows at Aok Kui Na Nok beach 34 Luxurious bungalows at Aok Kui Na Nok beach
35 Chameleon 36 Chameleon 37 Chameleon 38 Performer with torch on the beach at night 39 Performers with torches on the beach at night
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