Koi Samui with Cox And Kings & Thailand Tourism- Part 1

October had been such a rush of a month for me this year! Apart from the fact that it’s my birthday month and I took a trip to Goa to celebrate (which you must’ve seen if you’re following me on Snapchat), I hurried straight to Koi Samui, Thailand, with Cox and Kings right after. I’m so psyched to tell you all about it!

My flight to Bangkok was at night and then I had to connect to Koi Samui once I landed. When I reached the Bangkok airport, I explored and took my time looking around, completely forgetting that I had to get my visa on arrival! When I realized that I’d forgotten this, I literally ran about for almost 20 minutes to get my visa done! I was just in time to catch my connecting flight to Koi Samui, thank God! I could barely contain my excitement once I got my seat.

It takes only an hour to get to Koi Samui, and the airport was quaint and so pretty. I put up lots of pictures on my Snapchat – you can add me @Caughtinacuff so you don’t miss out on anything!

My hotel was only five minutes away from the Koi Samuiairport, and we had landed at 7 PM, so it was dark outside. I stayed at the Nora Beach Resort, and it was absolutely beautiful and breath-taking. A beachside accommodation is so ideal and perfect for a holiday!

Since I got there so late, I didn’t really get to set out and soak in the culture and the life of Koi Samui. All I did that night was head to the Chaweng Night Market. I visited all the stalls and enjoyed the local bands playing commercial music, and a restaurant nearby was throwing a karaoke party. The people of Koi Samui were very welcoming and nice and they left no stone unturned to make sure I was having the time of my life.

As all of you know, I LOVE to eat. That night, I tried Nutella and banana pancakes and they were oh, so delicious! I also indulged in an amazing leg massage while I was there (how could I not, really? Massages are part of what Thailand is so famous for!)

This was only my first day in the gorgeous city of KoiSamui, and soon enough I’ll be updating you guys with my second day there. In the meanwhile, here are some pictures I took from my trip. Cheers!

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  • Reply
    Ankita Agrawal
    November 23, 2016 at 4:43 pm

    Nice… please post part 2 soon 🙂 love reading travel stories do post more 🙂

  • Reply
    March 22, 2018 at 7:59 pm

    Beautiful article cant wait for 2nd part .. keep posting

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