Ko Samui is so big, we’ve split it up into areas, select one of the below for detailed accommodation and food listings in that area. Sights and general overviews for Ko Samui as a whole can be found via the icons above. Don’t know where to start? Read an overview of Ko Samui’s different areas.
Big Buddha enjoys especially good sunsets and a number of the eateries take full advantage of this.
The open-plan restaurant overlooks Bang Rak with its fishing boats and yachts, and offers spectacular sunset views. Open for lunch and dinner, BBC serves Western and Thai food of a consistently good quality at reasonable prices for the standard of venue. TVs broadcast sport, and fresh seafood from the fishermen right next door is on display to choose for cooking.... Read our full review of BBC Restaurant - Big Buddha Cafe .
Located at the far eastern end of Bang Rak, 100 metres before the entrance to Big Buddha, one will find one of the most character-laden little beach bars that Ko Samui has to offer: Fisherman’s Reggae... Read our full review of Fisherman’s Reggae Bar, Bang Rak, Ko Samui.
If you’re looking for authentic Thai food on Ko Samui, at reasonable prices, but with a bit more atmosphere and a view better than your average roadside restaurant, then you can’t go wrong with Cafe... Read our full review of Cafe Na.