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About Koh Samet

Samet Island is located in a few kilometers from the Beach of Rayong. The island got its name from the evergreen Kajeput tree (in Thai called Samet), which grows in many places on the island. Samet Island is famous for its blue waters and sand. The area of ​​the island is only about 5 km2, which is comparable with the area of ​​Koh Lan island, located near Pattaya. In 1981 Koh Samet has acquired the status of a national park.
Samet is the scene of the famous poetic epic "Pra Apaymani", written by the most famous Thai poet Sunton Pu (1786 - 1855) who lived there. The poem tells of Prince Apaimani, who was expelled in underwater kingdom ruled by an evil giant. The mermaid helps the prince to escape and then defeat the giant with the help of a magic flute that immerses the villain in deep dream. The statues depicting the characters in the poem can be seen in different places on the coast of the Island of Samet. The eastern side of the island of Samet is an 8 km long stretch of white sandy beaches, with numerous restaurants and bars.
The western side of the island is poorly populated and less developed.
The inner part of the island is uninhabited and dotted with numerous paths with the help of which explore the flora and fauna of the island.
The island can be reached by ferry or boat from several moorings located on the coast of Rayong, the Ban Phe pier. Ferries go to the pier Na Dan, located in the island’s village of the same name, as well as to the beach of Ao Prao. And speedboats can deliver passengers to any point of the island, including all hotels and beaches.
Due to the geographical position of the island - Ban Phe Pier is located one hour from Pattaya and two and a half hours from Bangkok - the island has become a popular holiday destination for Bangkok residents and foreign tourists. Samet consists of beautiful beaches, tropical exoticism and nightlife.

Samet Beaches

  • Na Dan: a small fishing village and the largest settlement of the island. There is located the largest pier of the island.
  • Sai Kaew: the longest and the most comfortable beach of the island.
  • Ao Pai: small harbor, full of cafe and restraunts.
  • Ao Prao: one of the most quiet bays of Samet located in a long distance from the noise eastern coast.
  • Ao Vongduen: the second after Sai Kaew longest beach of the island.
  • Ao Vay: the Southern part of Koh Samet.

Цены

В цену включены топливо, платные дороги, налоги, парковка, чаевые, детские кресла.

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Suvarnabhumi airport (BKK) - Ban Phe (Samet pier) 2,300 THB 2,500 THB 3,100 THB 3,700 THB 5,200 THB Book
Bangkok - Ban Phe (Samet pier) 2,500 THB 2,700 THB 2,900 THB 3,300 THB 3,900 THB Book
Pattaya - Ban Phe (Samet pier) 1,100 THB 1,200 THB 1,300 THB 1,400 THB 1,700 THB Book
Don Muang airport (DMK) - Ban Phe (Samet pier) 2,600 THB 2,800 THB 3,000 THB 3,400 THB 4,100 THB Book
Utapao airport (UTP) - Ban Phe (Samet pier) 1,100 THB 1,200 THB 1,300 THB 1,400 THB 1,700 THB Book
Suvarnabhumi airport (BKK) - Rayong 2,300 THB 2,500 THB 2,700 THB 3,100 THB 3,700 THB Book
Bangkok - Rayong 2,500 THB 2,700 THB 2,900 THB 3,300 THB 3,900 THB Book
Pattaya - Rayong 1,100 THB 1,200 THB 1,300 THB 1,400 THB 1,700 THB Book
Don Muang airport (DMK) - Rayong 2,500 THB 2,700 THB 2,900 THB 3,300 THB 4,000 THB Book
Utapao airport (UTP) - Rayong 1,100 THB 1,200 THB 1,300 THB 1,400 THB 1,700 THB Book
Ban Phe (Koh Samed pier) - Koh Chang pier 2,800 THB 2,900 THB 3,000 THB 3,200 THB 4,200 THB Book
Ban Phe (Koh Samed pier) - Sriracha 2,000 THB 2,100 THB 2,300 THB 2,500 THB 3,200 THB Book
Ban Phe (Koh Samed pier) - Laem Chabang 2,000 THB 2,100 THB 2,300 THB 2,500 THB 3,200 THB Book
Ban Phe (pier to Koh Samet) - Hua-Hin 4,100 THB 4,200 THB 4,500 THB 4,700 THB 5,200 THB Book
Ban Phe (pier to Koh Samet) - Koh Chang
(+100 THB/pax for ferry ticket)
3,600 THB 3,700 THB 3,800 THB 4,000 THB 4,700 THB Book