Full Moon

After a whirlwind of planes and airports this month’s we’ve landed in Koh Samui, the third biggest island of Thailand. We’re officially avoiding a Sydney winter and chasing the summer around the globe.

Even though our trip coincides with the famous full moon parties on neighbouring island Koh Pha-ngan, that’s not why we are here!

Like Ibiza, these islands have two sides – a very loose party side and a tranquil wellness side.

A short boat ride will take you out to the incredible Angthong National Marine Park. It’s 42 rocky islands clustered in the sea, and they’re quite spectacular.

The Thai people are incredibly hospitable and their cuisine sensational.

There’s no surf here, but I hear Sydney has excellent winter conditions today and 3-4 ft.

Our Koh Samui trip was well organised by The Luxe Nomad (they have villas all over the globe). We’re staying in an enormous beachfront villa that could hold 3 families.

: : uge

Browse The Luxe Nomad
Silver Beach, Koh Samui Thailand

Silver Beach, Koh Samui Thailand

BUY

Wat Sila Ngu Temple

Wat Sila Ngu Temple

BUY

Swim area

Swim area

BUY

The 42 islands of Ang Thong National Marine Park

The 42 islands of Ang Thong National Marine Park

BUY

Lamai Beach, Koh Samui

Lamai Beach, Koh Samui

BUY

Pit stop

Pit stop

BUY

Bong's whip is fully decked out (including a disco ball)

Bong's whip is fully decked out (including a disco ball)

BUY

Good views from that hill

Good views from that hill

BUY

Beach rocks

Beach rocks

BUY

Sunset colour, Koh Samui

Sunset colour, Koh Samui

BUY

One thought on “Full Moon

  1. There’s a few private wedges that work between May-September with the monsoon weather around Phuket …Karon noi …but u have to stay at le’Meriden resort…kinda like mini kbay when it’s on…

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *