Thailand - Koh Samui
1 May 2019 - 7 July 2019
7 Night discounted holiday at the Outrigger Koh Samui
Return flights to Koh Samui on Singapore Airlines Return transfers 7 nights accommodation in a One Bedroom Pool Villa Breakfast daily All taxes, levies & surcharges (estimate)
FREE upgrade to Half Board ( Choice of Lunch or Dinner daily - drinks excluded)
A High Season surcharge will apply for travel from 14 June – 09 July of approx. R970.00 per person. A weekend surcharge will apply for travel on a Friday and Saturday of approx. R610.00 per person per sector.
Packages are subject to availability at the time of the reservation. Passport & visa costs (if applicable), travel insurance & items of a personal nature are not included. Prices are subject to change without prior notice due to airfare increases and currency fluctuations. Rebooking and cancellation fees apply. All prices are per person sharing unless otherwise specified. Standard terms and conditions apply. All discounts and/or special offers have already been included in the package price.
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|Total Price:||ZAR 28 690|
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Outrigger Koh Samui is located on a secluded 300 meter stretch of beach, overlooking the waters of Hanuman Bay in Koh Samui, Thailand. The resort suits couples and families with a great range of activities, a variety of restaurants and a selection of private pool suites to ensure that you enjoy a relaxed and sophisticated holiday.
Suratthani, Koh Samui
Each Pool Suite boasts a private pool, a terrace or balcony with either garden or sea views, and modern amenities designed for comfort and relaxation.
Plunge Pool Suite (Size: 80 m2)
Expansive stand-alone suites feature an open plan layout, high ceilings, a private plunge pool, and generous sun deck with comfortable day bed. Maximum 3 people.
Ocean View Plunge Pool Suite (Size: 80 m2)
Wake up to sweeping views of Hanuman Bay from the wrap-around sun deck and private plunge pool. Relax on the day bed or lounge in the cool comfort of your suite. Max 3 people.
Beachfront Plunge Pool Suite (Size: 80m2)
Enjoy an enviable location a few steps from the beach. Lounge on the warm sun deck or dip in your private plunge pool amid lush garden surroundings.
One Bedroom Pool Villa (Size: 100 m2)
These spacious villas with king size bed are a luxurious retreat with a large terrace and private 8 metre pool. Inviting interiors combine natural Thai ambience with contemporary style in a tranquil tropical hideaway. Max 4 people.
The oceanfront, all day restaurant serves international cuisine with a beautiful view of the Hanuman Bay.
Blue Fire Grill
This restaurant is fired up with savory influences from around the world while surf and turf takes on an entirely new flavour spectrum.
The Wet Bar
Signature cocktails are served throughout the day. The Swim-up bar service is available at the adjoining pool.
Located in Eadwater Grill, this is the place to sit and enjoy the great views and small plates of delicious snacks in between meals.
Enjoy hand-picked teas, a selection of coffees and finger sandwiches and cake in a quiet setting.
Private Beach and In-Villa Dining
Allo the Executive Chef to create an unforgettable culinary experience for you, served under the stars on a private beach or in the privacy of your room.
Free Wi-Fi throughout the resort
FACILITIES & ACTIVITIES
WELCOME TO THAILAND
Or should we say, welcome to Paradise. Thailand is blessed with some of the world’s most-enviable beaches and a myriad of off shore islands ensuring your will be filled with water sports, hammocks and sunset strolls along the water’s edge. Some areas are super-vibey while others offer a more serene experience.
A QUICK GUIDE TO THE MOST POPULAR SPOTS…
Phuket is the largest island in Thailand and is undeniably the country’s most popular beach destination. With a vibrant nightlife, bustling market stalls, a family atmosphere or romantic seclusion. This island paradise offers a vast selection of hotels, and the beaches supply every kind of vibe! Head to Patong Beach if you feel like a party or being active. Kata and Karon Beaches are great for families and couples. The range of activities available is fantastic; canoeing, hiking, white water rafting, scooter hire and best of all – diving and snorkelling. Phuket and its islands are
Phi Phi Island is located 2 hours by ferry from Phuket (some resorts also offer a speedboat service). You’ll be collected from the ferry by long-tail boat and taken to your resort; all of which are located in the north of the island, a quieter area, for that true getaway experience. Phi Phi is nature at its best; towering limestone cliffs shelter white, sandy beaches leading to aquamarine bays filled with marine life; perfect for diving and snorkelling or simply taking it easy and letting the stress of modern life slip away. There are no roads on Phi Phi so once you settle into your resort your only mode of transport is a longtail boat (and some haggling with a local for the right price!). Make sure that you won’t need an ATM!
Krabi is a 2 hour overland trip from Phuket through countryside terrain and local villages. Sit back, relax and enjoy the ride! Krabi’s sheer limestone cliffs will welcome you to where over 130 islands rise majestically from the sea, and secluded beaches are accessible only by colourfully adorned long-tail boats. Krabi is about getting out and exploring nature - sea caves, exotic marine life, rock climbing, beautiful National Parks, hot spring waterfalls, the spectacular turquoise waters of the Emerald Pool and Tiger Cave – a cliff monastery in a jungle valley.
The tropical island setting and laid back ambience make you feel like you have truly discovered the ideal island escape and that is why it is so popular with honeymooners. But, typically Thailand, there is something for everyone here. Head to Chaweng Beach for the vibe, and try Lamai or Bophut Beaches for a more tranquil experience and to bask in the beauty of nature. Within sight of Koh Samui, you’ll find Ang Thong National Marine Park – an archipelago of 42 towering islands with lush jungles, white beaches, hidden coves and waterfalls – making any trip away from the perfection of Koh Samui not only painless, but an experience like no other. Koh Samui is Thailand’s third largest island and extremely popular but there is still an opportunity to find your own little slice of paradise.
Thailand’s tropical climate has three main seasons:
Hot: March to June
Rainy: July to October
Cool: November to February
Average temperatures range from 20°C to 35°C
The monsoon season in the Andaman Sea (West coast/Phuket and surrounds) is from approximately May to October. The monsoon rains are generally short and heavy, clearing quickly and days of constant rain are rare.
The national language is Thai, although English is widely spoken in Phuket, Krabi & Phi Phi.
The currency is the Thai Baht which is better for bargaining and shopping in markets. US Dollars, Pounds and Euros are accepted at hotels.
A service charge is already included in all prices. Tips, in general, are not mandatory, and you should only give them if you are really content with the service offered. Waiters, bellboys, porters, restroom attendants and taxi drivers will happily accept loose change.
5 hours ahead of South Africa.
Thailand brags of many festivals throughout the year; one of the most famous being the Songkran Festival in mid-April which washes away all the bad spirits and celebrates the traditional Thai New Year. Basically, Songkran is all about getting wet, so be prepared to be squirted with ice water!
WHAT TO WEAR
Light, cool clothes are sensible. Shorts (except knee length walking shorts), sleeveless shirts, tank tops and other beach-style attire are considered inappropriate dress when not actually at the beach or in a resort area.
It is important to show respect for the Thai Royal Family. Revealing attire is not allowed in religious shrines. Do not climb over or sit on Buddha monuments. Do not touch or give anything directly to a Buddhist monk if you are a woman. Thais greet each other by pressing their palms together called ‘wai’. It is rude to touch people on their head or point your feet at people or an object.
The electric current is 220 volts AC (50 cycles) and the majority of electrical outlets take a round, two-pronged slim plug.
Visitors do not require vaccinations unless coming from or passing through a designated contaminated area. Drink only bottled water and avoid ice unless you know is made from bottled or boiled water. Be cautious when eating from food vendors on the street.
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