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Health Oasis Resort Accommodations
All of our 36 bungalows are well-appointed and modern. All have fans: heat and humidity is not a problem, as there is a constant refreshing breeze from the sea, even in the hottest weather.
The nearest bungalows to the sea are almost on the beach, and none of them are more than 50 meters away. For those of you who wish it, we have several with air-conditioning and hot-water heaters.
How to get to the Health Oasis Resort
From Bangkok you can travel to Koh Samui by air, using either Bangkok Airways or Thai Airways , by bus and high speed catamarans with Lomprayah Ferries- all of which can be booked online- or combined ticket with Songserm Travel (note phone bookings only).You can book buses from Khaosan Road in Bangkok or travel independently from the New Southern Bus Terminal in Bangkok.Additionally you can travel by train-bus-boat ticket leaving from Bangkok Railway station .
Upon arrival to Samui airport you walk at the counter and get the airport shuttle van for 130 Baht/person to drop you to our place. Mention Health Oasis Resort at Bang Po (the area). It is the easiest way due to frequent rescheduling of flight that may get you to Samui later or earlier than your scheduled flight.
We will arrange for a taxi to transport you to the airport at your departure for 500 bht.
Upon arrival to the Nathon Pier in the main town of Nathon you can get a “Songtaew” a (pickup truck-bus) and tell them to drop you at Health Oasis Resort at Bang Po.
There are trains operating from Bangkok to Phunpin station in Surat Thani every day but we recommend the 18:30, 19:45 and 22:35 hr services from Bangkok, arriving at Phunpin 05:34, 06:42, and 07:20 am respectively.
Faxing and International Direct Dialing
Koh Samui, like other idyllic seaside sanctuaries with white sand beaches, was first discovered by backpackers in the early 1970's when a thatched hut without running water and electricity was regarded as heaven-on-earth.
Samui's archipelago is rapidly becoming the Caribbean of Asia with the advent of regular passenger and vehicle ferry service from Surat Thani and the opening of an airport with frequent flights from Bangkok, Phuket and Singapore.Visitors can now enjoy the tranquil peace and serenity, on this thriving island which now offers a full range of accommodations and dining possibilities, from the humblest bungalows to five-star luxury resorts.
Despite the mass of resort development, Samui still maintains the classic image of a tropical beach fringed by coconut palms.
Koh Samui (Population : 34,000)
Koh Samui is situated in the Gulf of Thailand, 84 km west of Surat Thani. It has a total area of 247 square km. It is 21 km wide and 25 km long and has a ring road (Taweerat Pakdee Rd.) 50 km long. One third of the total area is an open plain surrounding a mountain.
There are three seasons on Koh Samui; rainy season from May to October; cool season from November to January (Monsoon); summer is between February and April.
The main mode of public transport is by covered pick-up trucks converted into taxis, called Songtows.
The fare ranges from 20 to 30 baht, depending on the distance.
A more flexible way would be to rent a motorcycle for 200 baht a day or a jeep for 1.000 baht depending on the model.
Tours and excursions
Koh Samui is a treasure house of things to see and things to do (both sporting and leisure). There is such a huge variety of activities that it is not possible to list them all, but an outline of the selections available is included below.