Add excitement to your itinerary with creative, enriching Four Seasons group activities – ideal for inspiration, networking and team-building. Our teams offer countless ideas for on-site and off-site experiences, many made possible through our exclusive relationships in the local community.
- In the Ring
Your team can fit in a workout, relieve stress and learn a new skill in our Muay Thai kickboxing ring. With a spectacular view over the Gulf of Thailand, it’s the ideal spot for practicing this national martial art’s punching, jabbing and kicking.
- Young at Heart
Our Beach House provides all the games your group could want to play, from billiards and table tennis to air hockey and Nintendo Wii. If everyone has worked up an appetite, catering is available for up to 50 people.
- Coral Conservation
We’re dedicated to maintaining the island’s rich marine life. Members of your group can be involved by participating in our regrowth program. They can help transport broken coral from the reef to our nurseries, attend our weekly Coral Talks, and join our in-house marine biologists on an educational snorkel tour.
- Marine Park
Reserve a day trip to Angthong National Marine Park, a protected reserve that encompasses more than 40 islands with sheer limestone cliffs, virgin rainforests, white-sand beaches and offshore coral reefs. Adventure-seekers can snorkel, swim or kayak. Animal lovers will thrill at seeing hair-nosed otters, the Asian long-tailed monkey, white-bellied sea eagles, langurs and other diverse wildlife.
- Island Tours
A tour through Koh Samui’s mountainous interior can include hiking along the trails, elephant trekking to the centre of the island and a visit to the Secret Buddha Garden.
- Buddhist Temples
If your group wants to go on a spiritual excursion, plan a tour of Buddhist temples. Wat Sumret is home to a valuable collection of images of the Buddha, among them a white marble statue of the Buddha believed to be hundreds of years old. Two other nearby temples, Wat Kiri Wongkaram and Wat Khunaram, hold the mummified bodies of two revered monks.