Tuesday - Sunday
09.00 - 16.30Contact Details
Amphoe Sattahip, Chon Buri
Koh Samae San is 1.4 km away from the coast of Ban Samae San in Sattahip district. It has preserved by the Royal Thai Navy to be a home for sea turtles to hatch eggs, the abode for rare plants and the safe home for delicate corals. This island serves as a classroom in the middle of the sea where tourists and students can experience and learn about unspoiled nature. There are 5 beaches on the island which Hat Luk Lom is the most beautiful with softy white sand similar to the beaches along the Andaman Sea with the truly fact that it’s just 2.30 hours from the busy capital Bangkok. Not many facilities are available on the island. There are only a shelter, deck chairs and the breathtaking beaches.
● Biking around the island
● Swimming and sightseeing the landscape of the meadow at Hat Luk Lom which is accessible by bicycles
● Trekking through the lush forest
● Visiting the Natural History Museum to see the whale's bones
Note: Best time to travel to Koh Samae San is winter-summer between January - April.
Opening hours: 9am-4.30pm
Contact: TAT Pattaya 038-427-667, 038-428-750, 038-423-990
Getting there: This island can be reached from Thai Island and Sea Natural History Museum. The boat departs at specific times. On the weekend, the first departure begins at 9.00 a.m. The last boat departs from the island at 4.00 p.m. Tel. 038-432-475, 038-432-471 to book in advance.
This island can be reached from Thai Island and Sea Natural History Museum. The boat departs at specific times. On the weekend, the first departure begins at 9.00 a.m. The last boat departs from the island at 4.00 p.m. Tel. +66 3843 2475, +66 3843 2471.