The Spa Resorts is set on the beautiful island of Koh Samui in the Gulf of Thailand just off the southeast coast of Thailand. Only 25 minutes from Koh Samui International Airport, the resort is located in the village of Lamai on the east side of the island.


By Airplane:
Koh Samui is easily reached by a number of direct international flights, as well as by more than 20 daily flights from Bangkok. Contact us in advance to arrange for an airport pickup or you can book a taxi to The Spa Resorts once you arrive.

By Ferry:
If you’re traveling around Thailand or your plane ticket is to nearby Surat Thani Airport, ferries from Surat Thani are also an option. Contact us in advance to arrange for a pickup from the pier or you can book a taxi to The Spa Resorts once you arrive.

By Car or Taxi:
Once on the island, ask you driver to take you to The Spa Resorts in Lamai Village. If you’re coming from Chaweng, you’ll find us about 450 meters past Le Méridien Koh Samui Resort on the left. From Lamai, we’re about 200 meters past Hotel Manathai on the right.

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The Spa Resorts
The Village:71/7 Moo 3, Tumbol Maret, Koh Samui, Suratthani 84310, Thailand
Tel: +66 (077) 900 888
The Beach:171/2 Moo 4, Tumbol Maret, Koh Samui, Suratthani 84310, Thailand
Tel: +66 (0) 62 831 8888



Part of the beauty of staying at The Spa Resorts is our enviable Koh Samui location. Whether you’re planning a cleanse or just a relaxing Thai vacation, the island is yours to explore. Here are our recommended places to visit while you stay at The Spa Resorts:

Lamai Beach

Lamai Beach, where The Spa Resorts is located, is a quintessential laid-back Thai beach but with plenty of dining and shopping options nearby. Venture to the beach’s southern third for the best for swimming or head north for a quiet walk along the coast. If you’re an early bird, makes sure to check out the beach at dawn. There are dazzling sunrises almost every morning.

Angthong National Marine Park

Ang Thong National Marine Park is unlike any national park you’ve ever visited. This fascinating group of 42 protected islands is home to tropical forests, hidden beaches, dramatic cliffs and striking rock formations. Forty are undeveloped, one is host to the park headquarter and the last is inhabited by a local fishing community. The park makes for an unforgettable day sailing through the breathtaking panorama. Along the way, you can explore caves, hidden lagoons and white sand beaches or snorkel among the shallow coral formations.

Ladyboy Cabaret Show

For a night of sparkling entertainment, head to Chaweng and take in a ladyboy cabaret show. A typical performance involves transgender performers decked out in larger-than-life costumes and glamorous makeup lip-syncing their way through a hit parade of popular songs. There are also skillfully choreographed dance numbers and light-hearted comedy routines served with a healthy dose of glitter and glitz. Entrance is generally free with the purchase of drink and performances typically last an hour.

Big Buddha Beach

The Big Buddha that gives Bangrak Beach its nickname is one of the island’s most popular attractions. Built in 1972 on a small rocky island off Koh Samui’s northeastern coast, the majestic 12-meter statue presides over Big Buddha Beach, giving it an especially laid back, serene feel. Reach the statue by climbing the dragon-decorated staircase at its base, and don’t miss the view from the top — it’s brilliant! Below the statue, there’s a cluster of arty shops and there’s also a relaxed scene of restaurants, bars and shopping opportunities along the beach.

Hin Ta and Hin Yai

Just south of Lamai lie two of Samui’s most famous natural wonders. Known in English as Grandfather Rock and Grandmother Rock, Hin Ta and Hin Yai were shaped by the wind and waves over millions of years and have come to resemble male and female genitalia, respectively. Over the years, many tales have also sprung up about them, including one that says that the rocks contain the spirits of an elderly couple named Grandpa Kang and Grandma Riam. Stop by for the view and to take a photo at this distinctly Koh Samui destination.

Fisherman’s Village

A holiday in Thailand wouldn’t be complete without a visit to a night market. Every Friday from 5 to 11 p.m. Bophut Beach Road lights up for its weekly Fisherman’s Village Walking Street. Food vendors dish up mouthwatering pad Thai, tempura seafood, banana pancakes and a colorful array of other street food. Street performers offer up Muay Thai demonstrations and traditional Thai dances. And vendors sell everything from local handicrafts, intricate fabrics and musical instruments to one-of-a-kind jewelry, interesting fashion designs and kitschy souvenirs. No wonder it’s the most popular weekly market on Koh Samui!

Secret Buddha Garden

Call it Secret Buddha Garden, Magic Garden, Heaven’s Garden or simply enchanting, but this sculpture park at the top of Pom Mountain is magical. A retired durian farmer named Nim Thongsuk started building it in 1976 at the age of 77 and didn’t stop until he passed away 14 years or so years later at the age of 91. Over the years, he filled it with an eclectic assortment of statues depicting everything from the Buddha, Thai musicians and deities to birds, snakes and other animals. And if that weren’t enough, the garden is surrounded by lush jungle, waterfalls and majestic mountain views.