- What’s something guests shouldn’t miss out on at your Hotel or Resort?
ART OF EIGHT LIMBS – Muay Thai kickboxing has been a part of Thailand’s history and heritage for hundreds of years. It originated in ancient times as the most effective method of self-defense used by Thai warriors. Our experienced Muay Thai pro Khun Aun is pleased to offer a variety of training sessions based on your abilities and fitness levels to tailor the best experience to you and help you achieve the maximum workout. If you would like to immerse yourself in Thai heritage. Khun Aun offers guided evening excursions to the Chaweng Boxing Stadium to see local Muay Thai professional fights.Details
- What is one experience that allows the guest to really immerse themselves in your local culture?
SHOPPING AT LAMAI SUNDAY MARKET – The market is open every Sunday in Lamai’s most lively neighborhood. Insider tip: This is the place to try all the amazing street food from many vendors as well as see the street shows and art.
- What’s your favourite way to experience nature in your area?
WATER, WATER EVERYWHERE… – Koh Samui is surrounded by coral reefs, home to many species of colorful exotic fish. Get up-close-and-personal with these underwater wonders with our complimentary snorkeling gear.Details
- What is the best food and drink that highlights your destination?
TASTES OF SOUTHERN THAILAND – Massaman Nua is a cardamom-scented, slow-cooked Australian wagyu beef cheek that highlights the influence of Malay cuisine in this Southern curry. Rich and tangy but not too spicy, Massaman is unusual among Thai curries in that it doesn’t include curry leaves as part of the cooking process. Instead, spices and aromatics such as cumin, lemongrass and galangal are mixed with slightly sour tamarind to create an incredible base for a meat or vegetarian dish. Come try it at KOH Thai Kitchen, where our Southern-born Chef Jeab will cook her specialty dish for you.Details