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13 Nights Koh Samui Sep - Return Flights 30kg luggage Manchester + 3* Guesthouse - £610 solo / £1062 two (£532pp) via Flight Scout / Expedia
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13 Nights Koh Samui Sep - Return Flights 30kg luggage Manchester + 3* Guesthouse - £610 solo / £1062 two (£532pp) via Flight Scout / Expedia

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Posted 10th Jul

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This holiday is aimed at the solo traveller or for two people, based on a 13 night holiday in Koh Samui Thailand in September (other dates available including next year). The flights are with Oman Air / Bangkok Airways including 30kg luggage. There's also various cheap accommodation available, I have selected a 3* guesthouse as an example. Works out at £610 if travelling solo or £1062 (£532pp) for two people. Flights can be booked at various travel agents - link goes to Flight Scout comparison to show dates and availability for the different flights which can be booked from providers such as lastminute.com. Accommodation is booked separately at Expedia. Weather temp is around 28 degrees in September.



Return Flights Manchester to Koh Samui with 30kg luggage £449 9th to 23rd September - other dates available (Oman Air / Bangok Airways)

Return flights from Manchester Oman Air / Bangkok Airways £449 - sample date of the 9th to 23rd September, includes 30kg checked luggage. Other dates available including next year. Flight has two short connections including Bangkok although flight duration time not too bad given Koh Samui is a difficult place to get to.

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Baan Patcharintorn Samui 3* Guesthouse accommodation 13 nights via Expedia £161


Lots of cheap accommodation in Koh Samui, but to give an example of a decent 3* guesthouse the Baan Patch Patcharintorn Samui 3* Guesthouse is £161 for 13 nights and gets good reviews. This is a standard suite with balcony.

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you can book a direct flight with british airways in september from £374 direct,then just book a flight from bangkok to samui.works out cheaper & the flight to bangkok is direct saving you several hrs travelling
Good to see a deal for a solo traveller.
Much cheaper to fly to Surat thani then ferry.
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you can book a direct flight with british airways in september from £374 direct,then just book a flight from bangkok to samui.works out cheaper & the flight to bangkok is direct saving you several hrs travelling
marlo_110/07/2019 17:07

you can book a direct flight with british airways in september from £374 …you can book a direct flight with british airways in september from £374 direct,then just book a flight from bangkok to samui.works out cheaper & the flight to bangkok is direct saving you several hrs travelling



Can you ?
Your a better travel agent than most I've met 😋
Bangkok to samui flight is very expensive. Around £100 each way.
Much cheaper to fly to Surat thani then ferry.
spatter10/07/2019 17:42

Much cheaper to fly to Surat thani then ferry.


Agreed, but we flew anyway as wanted to save some travelling time. Paid £130 return iirc.
That's cheap!
spatter10/07/2019 17:42

Much cheaper to fly to Surat thani then ferry.


Yes, but slow, and you end up on the west (non touristy) side of Samui
I'm not mad on samui anymore. Choeng Mon is ok. Ko Tao has got too busy now.
Love to see something like this (or anything else) from BHX!
The main flight will probably be good value, the main problem is the flight from Bkk to koh Samui .....Bangkok Air are pretty expensive in terms of flights.....this alone could be £200 return.

With a bit of pain and extra time you can get to Koh samui from Bangkok either by :-

Bkk (Don Muang airport probably different to the airport you fly into) to Surat Thani (probably £50-60) return then a 1.15hr bus to the ferry terminal and a 2hr on a ferry to koh Samui.....quite a bit of pain but will save you £100 in the long run.

Alternatively chill out on a sleeper train down to surat thani or chumpon from bkk....time consuming but watch the world go by....you could then island hop from koh Toa, Koh Phagan and Koh samui....
How much for 7?

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I love the train! The beds are great.
Just be aware that September is during monsoon season.
yerly_dave10/07/2019 21:19

Just be aware that September is during monsoon season.


I don't think the eastern side of the country is affected by monsoon in September. October/November are the main months.

I think the Western side is affected by the SW monsoon in September. There is still plenty of sunshine during the monsoons anyway and shouldn't affect your holiday that much.
Weather's good then
Went there once . It rained.... and rained
Samui is a bit of a hole really
peakbear10/07/2019 21:26

I don't think the eastern side of the country is affected by monsoon in …I don't think the eastern side of the country is affected by monsoon in September. October/November are the main months.I think the Western side is affected by the SW monsoon in September. There is still plenty of sunshine during the monsoons anyway and shouldn't affect your holiday that much.


I was there in September... rained every day
Good to see a deal for a solo traveller.
Great deal thanks for posting I’ve been to koh Samui and we had a beautiful time heat added because your great at find great travel deals
And if you haven't been there before, I would try to add at least one night in Bangkok. You can stay in an incredible hotel for £60 a night like this crazy place.

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Is September a good month to go?
I am not sure if anyone would be interested but I flew into Phuket, rented a car, spent a week in Phuket driving around the sights etc. Then drove towards Surat Thani, drove the car over the ferry to Koh Samui (very cheap) and used it to tour the island for a week, then returned the car to Surat Thani airport and left from there. Saved a packet on taxis and being able to see the country at our leisure. Very safe to drive and similar to driving anywhere in UK (one or two idiots). The aircon was a godsend. Loved the experience.
Taxis in Samui are a total rip off. Plus they drive on the left in Thailand which is handy.
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peakbear10/07/2019 21:26

I don't think the eastern side of the country is affected by monsoon in …I don't think the eastern side of the country is affected by monsoon in September. October/November are the main months.I think the Western side is affected by the SW monsoon in September. There is still plenty of sunshine during the monsoons anyway and shouldn't affect your holiday that much.


Koh samui is probably one of the wettest places in Thailand during rain season. Someone I know bought a house there, so this is from the horse's mouth so to speak.
jinkssick11/07/2019 09:04

I am not sure if anyone would be interested but I flew into Phuket, rented …I am not sure if anyone would be interested but I flew into Phuket, rented a car, spent a week in Phuket driving around the sights etc. Then drove towards Surat Thani, drove the car over the ferry to Koh Samui (very cheap) and used it to tour the island for a week, then returned the car to Surat Thani airport and left from there. Saved a packet on taxis and being able to see the country at our leisure. Very safe to drive and similar to driving anywhere in UK (one or two idiots). The aircon was a godsend. Loved the experience.


Hi, was the route from Phuket to Surat Thani quite scenic, or was it a boring drive?
Is there anything much to see or do in Surat Thani - i.e. worth spending a night there?
If one is already spending a week or so in Phuket, is it worth visiting Ko Samui in the same holiday, or do you think there are too many similarities and they should be done on different holidays?
Thanks.
Uranus11/07/2019 10:08

Hi, was the route from Phuket to Surat Thani quite scenic, or was it a …Hi, was the route from Phuket to Surat Thani quite scenic, or was it a boring drive?Is there anything much to see or do in Surat Thani - i.e. worth spending a night there?If one is already spending a week or so in Phuket, is it worth visiting Ko Samui in the same holiday, or do you think there are too many similarities and they should be done on different holidays?Thanks.


Scenic at times, but its wasnt close to magical. You can stop off in different towns along the way, Koh Panyi is a village built on stilts halfway through. Surat Thani does not have many things to do so I would avoid and head straight to get ferry. Koh Samui was excellent. Chaweng Beach area was one of the most tackiest, disgusting areas I ever had the non privilege to see, as long as you stay away from there you will find Koh Samui a magical island. Banana Beach, Crystal Bay beaches were fantastic.
If it is a week you are in Phuket I would say stay in Phuket but if any longer, a 4-5 trip would be fine.
Btw if you are near North East, Bang Pae Seafood was an incredible one in a lifetime eatery. Cheap, wholesome, family seafood. Could not recommend enough.
jinkssick11/07/2019 10:50

Scenic at times, but its wasnt close to magical. You can stop off in …Scenic at times, but its wasnt close to magical. You can stop off in different towns along the way, Koh Panyi is a village built on stilts halfway through. Surat Thani does not have many things to do so I would avoid and head straight to get ferry. Koh Samui was excellent. Chaweng Beach area was one of the most tackiest, disgusting areas I ever had the non privilege to see, as long as you stay away from there you will find Koh Samui a magical island. Banana Beach, Crystal Bay beaches were fantastic. If it is a week you are in Phuket I would say stay in Phuket but if any longer, a 4-5 trip would be fine.Btw if you are near North East, Bang Pae Seafood was an incredible one in a lifetime eatery. Cheap, wholesome, family seafood. Could not recommend enough.


Thanks, likely to be going to Cape Panwa area (SE part of Phuket) for a week. Have another week to kill which I was originally planning on spending in Bangkok, but may switch to Chiang Mai, or indeed Ko Samui.
Look at Koh Tao which is on the same ferry from the mainland. It's quite backpackery but fun. We have stayed at this place a few times and the pictures are all real! It used to be good value but since Brexit it will be way more.

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Or go to Koh Phangan and stay somewhere a bit crazy and cheap like this place

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Uranus11/07/2019 11:05

Thanks, likely to be going to Cape Panwa area (SE part of Phuket) for a …Thanks, likely to be going to Cape Panwa area (SE part of Phuket) for a week. Have another week to kill which I was originally planning on spending in Bangkok, but may switch to Chiang Mai, or indeed Ko Samui.


Yeh thats really South South. The ride from Airport will not a short one but its lovely area. Near you is Ao Yon beach. highly recommended. Mor Du Mong restaurant is a low key restaurant just up from you which also comes highly recommeneded (I never got chance to try it). If you do, give it a go and let me know, more no frills but outstanding thai food.
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spatter11/07/2019 11:28

I'd do Chiang Mai. Go to the Elephant Nature Park and stay the night. It's …I'd do Chiang Mai. Go to the Elephant Nature Park and stay the night. It's great.https://www.elephantnaturepark.org/DON'T EVER RIDE AN ELEPHANT ANYWHERE!! And this accommodation is brillianthttps://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Review-g293917-d1582410-Reviews-Tanita_House-Chiang_Mai.html



Totally different holiday though, northern thailand is nothing like the beachy islands
marlo_110/07/2019 17:07

you can book a direct flight with british airways in september from £374 …you can book a direct flight with british airways in september from £374 direct,then just book a flight from bangkok to samui.works out cheaper & the flight to bangkok is direct saving you several hrs travelling


Need to add luggage I think at 60, plus return flights to samui are expensive around 200 per person. But all the same I would use the direct ba flight as well
Agreed. I do half beach and half town. But it's got something for everyone!
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