Hutcha Samui Villa is located on the unspoiled Mae Nam Beach on the northern tip of Koh Samui. The pocket-friendly rates and superior facilities make the resort an excellent value for money. The resort’s proximity to a wide array of tourist spots and Seatran and Lomprayah ferry piers is a definite advantage. The famous Chaweng Beach is also not too far off, where hordes of shops and restaurants and vibrant nightlife await visitors.
Luxury villas Koh Samui look more like a remote village with its hut-like structures and tropical vegetation covering its grounds. The resort has a lovely, huge swimming pool with a Jacuzzi and wading pool for kids. The villa restaurant offers a good selection of popular dishes from local and international cuisines. The array of fresh fruits for breakfast is much appreciated by international visitors. Mae Nam Beach being well-connected is helpful in exploring the neighboring beaches and the wide range of activities offered.
Koh Samui Dining Guide
Koh Samui has gained popularity among the international tourists not only for the tropical landscapes and beautiful beaches, but also for the delicious Thai cuisine and the friendly locals.
Samui Island is becoming more famous for its Thai dishes, as the region is a good source of fresh quality ingredients most essential to make delicious dishes. The shifting of base of many famous chefs to Koh Samui has also contributed to this.
The island is a treasure trove of tropical fruits, vegetables, wide variety of fishes, seafood, crustaceans, poultry, free-range meat, herbs and spices.
As in other parts of Thailand, street food is the most appealing for its variety, taste and price. For just 30 baht, you can gorge on a plate of fried rice. Entire range of restaurants serving a variety of cuisines are available in Koh Samui, including Thai vegetarian restaurants.
Some of the koh samui luxury villas and institutes here offer short-term courses to visitors to help them gain skill in Thai style of cooking.
With the influx of international tourists in all parts of Thailand, each village and region has restaurants offering western cuisines and cuisines of other countries like Germany, France, Sweden, Switzerland, Italy, India, Japan, China and Mexico. For those home-sick tourists, a visit to these eateries is enough to restore their happy mood.
If you are adventurous enough, you can try eating at one of the open-air evening markets, where they serve authentic Thai dishes. Be warned that it will be hot and spicy, but tasty as well. If you are enjoy reading my short article about koh samui villas and would love to learn more about what to look for in Koh samui beach villas before your next trip to Thailand, please check out my website at samuivillas360.com.