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Way down on Samet's southern tail stretches the quiet Ao Wai, home to a single midrange beach resort. Further south, a top-end resort occupies the otherwise off-limits beach at Ao Kiu Na Nok. Continuing south, the rugged road ends at picturesque Ao Pakarang, which is a great choice if you're looking to leave the world behind.
Ao Wai is possibly the best beach on Ko Samet, and the one operation on this beach has enough variety that it should be able to please just about anyone.
Scattered throughout a lush seaside forest, Samet Ville wins the prize for the most different types of rooms in a single resort. No less than 17 room types are available, from concrete duplex standards to smaller, more isolated huts to a converted beached boat and an elegant family villa that sleeps seven. Rooms are mostly clean and simple, and some are decorated with little Buddhist... Read our full review of Samet Ville Resort.
There aren't many spots on Samet where you can enjoy five star luxury, but Paradee Resort offers just that. Far and away the most expensive and high-end option on the island, it offers 40 stunning villas with either a beach or garden view, each with its own private sun deck and several with Jacuzzis and private splash pools. There's also an infinity pool for all. The extravagant villas are more... Read our full review of Paradee Resort + Spa .
We let out a big sigh when it came time to leave this small, peaceful and well-presented resort at the far southern point of Samet. Along with numerous kayaks, a small swimming pool, Thai massage salas and a charming open-air gazebo-style restaurant/bar, the grounds brim with orchids, frangipani, hammocks, swings, birdsong and secluded benches where you can catch the sunrise. Nestled on a... Read our full review of Nimmanoradee Resort.