How to Travel from Bangkok to Koh Samui



Fly from Bangkok to Surat Thani and Ferry to Koh Samui.
In this episode, I say goodbye to the city of Bangkok and will fly from Don Mueang International Airport as one of the two Bangkok international airports to Surat Thani Province in southern Thailand. My ultimate destination on this trip is an island on the west of the gulf of Thailand called Koh Samui.
Koh Samui is an island off the east coast of the Kra Isthmus, Thailand. Geographically in the Chumphon Archipelago, it is part of Surat Thani Province.

I could fly directly from Bangkok to Koh Samui; but I rather chose an alternative route which is cheaper and more existing since I can get to see more of beautiful country of Thailand from ground.

At first, after exploring the beautiful city of Bangkok for couple of days, I fly from Bangkok to Surat Thani International Airport which is a very small airport and the airplane literally pulled over next to the only building of the terminal. From there after sleeping for a night in Surat Thani, I took a bus next morning to the ferry port at Don Sak Sakon Port. I was able to ride a ferry which was a very pleasant ride to Koh Samui.

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11 thoughts on “How to Travel from Bangkok to Koh Samui

  1. Hi brother, i have inqury about your amazing trip.
    how many hour from Surat Thani to Don Sak Sakon Port ? and how many hours from the port to Koh Samui by the ferry ?

  2. Oh my what an amazing view from the ferry! Wish I was there!!! I think I need a vacation. lol Absolutely awesome video! New sub 🙂 Hope we can support each other! xo

  3. Nice video… keep it up, you missed landing in koh samui airport though such a beautiful island airport. 🙂

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