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10 Things to Do in Khao Yai

Ready, Set, Go! 

Khao Yai is magical—there’s no doubt about that. Venture into the heart of nature. Eat, play, drink, work–you decide how you want to rediscover yourself. 

Healing in The Forest 

A straight steep road to entrance to Khao Yai national Park to see the beauty of the tropical forest in Khao Yai National Park. UNESCO World Heritage Area, Unseen Thailand.

We chose Khao Yai as our home for a reason: its lush, green environment. Whether you’re planning to go hiking, trekking, or forest bathing, this natural wonderland is pretty perfect. Visit our team at the front desk to know your options and to learn more about the different routes you can take through the forest. 

Horse Riding 

Spending your holiday riding a horse through the countryside does sound dreamy. Khao Yai is home to a few stables and horse riding schools that can fulfill your fantasy of trotting along picturesque meadows and rolling hills atop a beautiful steed. Try Ride Journey (083-598-9997), OK Corral (089-717-4041), or Rancho Charnvee (044-756-210). 

Some Fun for The Family?

We take fun seriously and so does Thong Somboon Club. They have something for everyone in the family, from laser tag to go karting to ziplining at Rapsodia Park Khao Yai (062-595-3512).  

Get Inspired by Art

Earth without art is just eh. Khao Yai’s arts and culture scene is diverse and inviting. Drop by some of our favorite galleries and creative spaces including Secret Art Garden, Villa Musée, 129 Art Museum, and Khao Yai Art Museum. 

For The Love of Food

The extensive list of restaurants in Khao Yai will leave you spoiled for choice. Enjoy the local cuisine or try our top picks, who offer special discounts for Marascan members. 

But First, Coffee

Seek the vibe you want and sip that cup of joe, whether you’re out cafe-hopping or just checking your emails. Drop by top hits like The Birder’s Lodge, Khaam, Yellow Submarine, Klang Pa, Like a Mountain, or Banyakart Khaoyai. 

Wine Down  

Fine wines and long lunches overlooking the vineyard are quite rewarding. Just less than a 10-minute drive from our resort are some of the country’s most acclaimed wineries, including PB Valley and GranMonte. 

How about a Bike Ride? 

Silhouette of women with bicycle and beautiful sky

Cycling enthusiasts can grab the bike parked in their villa and explore the area. Ask us for recommended routes, breathe in the fresh air, and ride on.

Night Safari

Home to many nocturnal animals like viverridae, owls, and elephants; Khao Yai National Park offers a night in the jungle, with prices starting from B600 per vehicle (up to 10 people) for about an hour. Just make sure you book in advance through 086-092-6529.

Marvel at The Stars

Get a closer look at the stars using the telescope in your room or join us at Stardeck, where you can lounge and unwind with a glass of wine or an amazing cocktail. Swirl, sip, stargaze. (Did we mention that Marasca is an official stargazing location recommended by the Dark Sky project?

10 Things to Do in Khao Yai

The perfect 48 hours in Samui: Where to go & what to do!

Begin your day at a beachfront café, unlock your mind with yoga, bring on the heat with delicious southern food, then top it off with tropical drinks at a boho beach bar.

Day 1: On the Island  Brunch: Cafe K.O.B By The Sea

The team behind Cafe K.O.B didn’t invent avocado toast, but they’ve certainly done their share in making this dish popular in Samui. But if you’re not into the avo, order the Mushroom Melt or The Big Breakfast instead. Set right on the beach, this cafe is perfect for enjoying a chilled cold-pressed juice or coconut nectar cold brew coffee.

122/11 Moo 1

081-829-9045

Open daily 07:00-18:00

Café K.O.B By The Sea

Yoga: Vikasa 

Samui is globally recognized for being a wellness destination, and there’s no better way to experience this claim than at this well-known yoga institution. Whether you’re here for a yoga class, a meditation session or to try their delicious organic food, we guarantee you’ll leave the place with an uplifted spirit and a positive mindset.

211 Moo 4 

077-422-232

www.vikasa.com

Lunch: Baan Saun Lang Sard 

Lunch at this semi-outdoor restaurant promises comfort food, amiable service and a vibe that feels like a Sunday meal at the old family home. Take in reasonably priced fare like blue swimmer crab with sataw, baegu flowers spicy salad, and horseshoe crab chili paste served with grilled sataw for a taste of real southern flavors. Dishes are made with locally sourced vegetables and seafood from sustainable fisheries. 

69/12 Moo 2, Ang Thong

099-051-4099

Open daily 11:30-15:00

Shop: Samui Health Shop

Visit this shop if you want vegetarian food that’s packed with both nutrition and flavor—the orange cheesecake, fig bar and keto bread taste as good as they look. Do browse around the shop, which offers a wide range of organic lifestyle and food products at friendly prices. Special mention goes to their USDA organic coconut oil made right on the island. 

130/39 Moo 4

096-634-8752

Open daily 10:00-20:00

www.samuihealthshop.com

Dinner: Chez Khun Ying  

If you’re looking for something that will please everyone in the family, then Chez Khun Ying is just the ticket. Delicious and generously portioned dishes like stir-fried crab meat with chili and stir-fried sataw and moo ko (slow braised pork with herbs) are still distinctly Thai, but bear Chinese influences. The drinks are also worth a try. 

249 Moo 2

099-196-6626

Open daily 11:00-22:00

Drinks: Coco Tam’s

This stylish beach bar is a permanent feature in social media for its unrivalled views and boho-chic decor. Things get really fun at night, courtesy of well-crafted drinks, yummy pizza from Peppina, a fire show and DJs spinning lively tunes. Let loose your inhibitions to sign up for the perfect night by the sea! 

62/1 Moo 1

091-915-5664

Open daily 13:00-01:00

Pig Island Koh Samui

Dinner: Jahn 

Located at Conrad Koh Samui, this luxurious restaurant offers, aside from first-rate contemporary Thai food, 360-degree views of the shimmering Gulf of Thailand. The kitchen is helmed by the hotel’s executive chef Nicolas Piatti, who prepares tasting menus that blend an extensive use of local ingredients, Thai cooking techniques and artful presentations. Jahn is perfect for those who want to splurge or to celebrate any special occasion. 

49/8 9 Hillcrest Road

077-915-888

Open daily 17:00-23:00

Drinks: Tiki Box 

Colorful stringed lights and cheery tribal art make up for the bar’s understated interiors and simple furnishings. Don’t expect beer buckets. Tiki Box serves up tasty and well-balanced cocktails made with local and homegrown ingredients such as nutmeg and kumquat. Check out their Facebook page to learn about their guest bartenders and special events. 

25 112 Moo 6

088-857-5563

Open Wed-Sun: 19:00-0:00

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Mindfully Curated: 8 Great Produce Farms and Vineyards around Khao Yai and Nakhon Ratchasima

Meet our friends—farmers, growers, vintners. These hard-working locals produce some of Thailand’s best fruits,vegetables, wine, and food products in Khao Yai and Nakhon Ratchasima. Here’s how their products elevate our food to the next level. 

Sweet & Green Farm

We are absolutely convinced that eating local, organic and ethical is the best way to enjoy food. Sweet & Green Farm produces a variety of fruits, herbs, and vegetables such as kale, pumpkin, and tomato that go into our salads and other healthy dishes. Sweet & Green grows and markets their products responsibly through the use of an eco-friendly waste management system and green packaging. 

108 Thanaratch Rd.

Open daily 8am-5.30pm 

Tel: 088-626-4135

Klong Phai Farm

There are many reasons why this farm has become popular in Thailand’s restaurant industry, not the least of which is its pasture-raised poultry that are grown without hormones and antibiotics. Experience the full flavors of Klong Phai Farm’s produce in our roasted chicken and our egg dishes.

ww.klongphaifarm.com/

Dairy Home

You may have heard of Dairy Home, whose selection of yogurts, cheeses, and ice cream are available in our menu. But are you familiar with their ethos? Dairy Home advocates respecting both people and nature. The dairy farm uses no antibiotics, chemical insecticide, chemical fertilizer, or any kind of growth hormones. They also engage in practices that are beneficial to the environment such as implementing a zero discharge system and generating energy from waste, just to name a few. We bet you love them more now, just like we do. 

100 Mittraphap Rd. 

Tel: 081-991-0271

Open Mon-Thu 9am-7.30pm, Fri-Sun 9am-8pm

Suwan Farm Sweet Corn

Support Suwan and you’re basically supporting the farmers in the community as well. The farm, also known as National Corn and Sorghum Research Center, offers corn seeds that they developed together with Kasetsart University’s Faculty of Agriculture, to local farmers to grow. Suwan Farm then purchases the corn at a fair and guaranteed price. Snack on these juicy roasted sweet corn in our resort. 

298 Mittraphap Rd. 

Tel: 061-558-5280

Open daily 8.30am-5.30pm 

GranMonte

The cold climate and abundant soil of Khao Yai play huge roles in the region’s wine industry. This “smart” technology-driven vineyard led by Nikki Lohitnavy, Thailand’s first female winemaker, and the wines it produces have been recognized with many awards. Pair GranMonte’s sophisticated, locally produced wines with our recommended dishes to know why its reds and whites deserve accolades.  

52 Moo 9, Pansuk-Kudkla Rd.

Tel: 044-009-543, 044-009-544

www.granmonte.com/

PB Valley

One of the largest vineyards in the country, PB Valley grows a variety of grapes for wines like Tempranillo, Shiraz, Chenin Blanc, and Cabernet Sauvignon, all of which are produced using innovative winemaking technology. Ask for a wine pairing recommendation at our restaurant or try our Marasca ice cream sandwich, which comes with PB Valley Wine Sabayon cherry ice cream. 

102 Moo 5, Phaya Yen

Tel: 085-481-1741

www.pbvalley.com

Evergreen

For years, this family-run farm has been producing amazing fruits like mulberry, which we add into our acai bowl. It’s not just their produce that makes Evergreen such an inspiring partner, we are also impressed by how its owner is committed to helping and educating other farming communities. 

Mu Si, Pak Chong

Tel: 081-790-1924

Open daily 10am-5pm

16 Brix Melon Farm

So maybe it’s not a secret that 16 Brix Melon Farm cultivates succulent and fragrant fruits, whether it’s rock melons or Japanese melons. You’ll find their produce, which are grown organically and hydroponically, in our breakfast bowls. Pair them with local ham and selected wines while drinking in views of the starry sky and enjoying the evening breeze. 

55 Sarika Rd., Mueng Nakhon Nayok 

Tel: 086-520-2212

Open Sat-Sun 8am-5pm

Stargazing 101
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Stargazing 101

Adapt to The Dark/The Stars Can’t Shine without The Darkness

Be one with the wilderness and let your other senses take over within the 30 minutes needed for your eyes to adjust to the darkness. And if you’re really serious about stargazing, come to Stardeck where we have installed cherry red lights with a little help from our friends from Dark Sky. These non-glare lights will help enhance your vision in the dark. Don’t forget to give your eyes a break every 20 minutes or so when you stargaze. 

Stargazing Tools/Get Your Telescope Ready

Each room is equipped with a private telescope, but if you were hoping to take a photo of the stars, head over to Stardeck. Our special telescope allows you to capture the glistening beauty of the stars and transmit these images to your phone. Plus, you can unwind with an amazing cocktail as you try to spot the constellations in the sky.

Am I in The Right Place?/Location, Location, Location

The dark is essential for the stars to sparkle in the sky. Though Marasca is only a few hour’s drive from Bangkok, our nature setting is worlds apart from the city and its artificial lights, and is perfect for seeking out the stars in the sky (our resort has been credited as an official stargazing location by the Tourism Authority of Thailand’s Dark Sky project). To begin stargazing, know your directions and look north so you can see the stars’ rotation clearly. 

And in The Right Time?/Open Season

In Thailand, the best season to stargaze is during the colder months (from November to January) when the sky is clear. The air can get hazy from late January to mid-April, making it difficult to see the sky, but the rains that usually come after Songkran can wash away the haze and pollution. But it will be difficult to map out the constellations if there are nimbus clouds.

Moon Calendar/The Moon’s Endless Dance

Phases of the Moon, Lunar cycle

Stargazing is best when there is little moonlight. Avoid nights when the moon is full and hangs high in the sky from sunset till dawn as fewer constellations and nebulae can be seen. The moon is in your way? No problem. Get to some moon gazing and capture some amazing pictures on your phone.

Is That a Star?/Go Star-hopping

silhouette successful man on the top of the hill on a background with stars

It’s not easy to distinguish a star from another planet. Get some help from stargazing apps Sky Map (Android) or Star Walk (iOS). Just point your mobile device at the sky and the app will tell you if it is a star and its name. 

10 Things to Do in Khao Yai
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10 Things to Do in Khao Yai

Ready, Set, Go! 

Khao Yai is magical—there’s no doubt about that. Venture into the heart of nature. Eat, play, drink, work–you decide how you want to rediscover yourself. 

Healing in The Forest 

A straight steep road to entrance to Khao Yai national Park to see the beauty of the tropical forest in Khao Yai National Park. UNESCO World Heritage Area, Unseen Thailand.

We chose Khao Yai as our home for a reason: its lush, green environment. Whether you’re planning to go hiking, trekking, or forest bathing, this natural wonderland is pretty perfect. Visit our team at the front desk to know your options and to learn more about the different routes you can take through the forest. 

Horse Riding 

Spending your holiday riding a horse through the countryside does sound dreamy. Khao Yai is home to a few stables and horse riding schools that can fulfill your fantasy of trotting along picturesque meadows and rolling hills atop a beautiful steed. Try Ride Journey (083-598-9997), OK Corral (089-717-4041), or Rancho Charnvee (044-756-210). 

Some Fun for The Family?

We take fun seriously and so does Thong Somboon Club. They have something for everyone in the family, from laser tag to go karting to ziplining at Rapsodia Park Khao Yai (062-595-3512).  

Get Inspired by Art

Earth without art is just eh. Khao Yai’s arts and culture scene is diverse and inviting. Drop by some of our favorite galleries and creative spaces including Secret Art Garden, Villa Musée, 129 Art Museum, and Khao Yai Art Museum. 

For The Love of Food

The extensive list of restaurants in Khao Yai will leave you spoiled for choice. Enjoy the local cuisine or try our top picks, who offer special discounts for Marascan members. 

But First, Coffee

Seek the vibe you want and sip that cup of joe, whether you’re out cafe-hopping or just checking your emails. Drop by top hits like The Birder’s Lodge, Khaam, Yellow Submarine, Klang Pa, Like a Mountain, or Banyakart Khaoyai. 

Wine Down  

Fine wines and long lunches overlooking the vineyard are quite rewarding. Just less than a 10-minute drive from our resort are some of the country’s most acclaimed wineries, including PB Valley and GranMonte. 

How about a Bike Ride? 

Silhouette of women with bicycle and beautiful sky

Cycling enthusiasts can grab the bike parked in their villa and explore the area. Ask us for recommended routes, breathe in the fresh air, and ride on.

Night Safari

Home to many nocturnal animals like viverridae, owls, and elephants; Khao Yai National Park offers a night in the jungle, with prices starting from B600 per vehicle (up to 10 people) for about an hour. Just make sure you book in advance through 086-092-6529.

Marvel at The Stars

Get a closer look at the stars using the telescope in your room or join us at Stardeck, where you can lounge and unwind with a glass of wine or an amazing cocktail. Swirl, sip, stargaze. (Did we mention that Marasca is an official stargazing location recommended by the Dark Sky project?

Eat around Khao Yai neighborhood
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Eat around Khao Yai neighborhood

A truly memorable getaway is not complete without an equally satisfying culinary experience. 

From organic, grass fed steak and dairy products at the Dairy Home Restaurant, the fiery delicacies of Esan at Laos Punn Khao, to an authentic taste of the scintillating South at Krua Bin Laah; the neighborhood offers an abundance of choices to satisfy your cravings. Here are our top Khao Yai picks that additionally offer a special discount for our Marascan members.  Scan to view all member privileges

Dairy Home Restaurant

Surrounded by greenery, this cozy eatery offers fresh, organic, and hygienically raised meat and locally grown produce devoid of any sort of pesticides, food additives or MSG. The rustic barn style architecture incorporates a modern touch by combining both an indoor and outdoor experience with delightful tree houses for children of all ages to explore. Their juicy grass fed steaks and grilled mushrooms are highly recommended amongst a variety of other delectable choices.

100 Mittraphap Rd. 

Tel: 081-991-0271

Open Mon-Thu 9am-7.30pm, Fri-Sun 9am-8pm

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Vincotto at GranMonte Vineyard and Winery 

Go get your wine on. A sprawling vineyard nestled in the Asoke Valley offers a     breathtaking view of endless rows of grapevines, along with an array of Thai and international choices at Vincotto. Pair sophisticated, locally produced wines on site with delectable beef, venison or seafood. With seating available both outdoors and indoors, you can not go wrong with a visit to Vincotto.

52 Moo 9, Pansuk-Kudkla Rd.

Tel: 044-009-543, 044-009-544

Open daily 7am-8pm 

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Ribs Mannn

You should sit down for this one. The king of smoked in Khao Yai offers a menu almost as big and extensive as their actual dining space. There’s no wrong occasion for some good barbeque, and Ribs Mannn is here to satisfy every craving you may have. There is something for everyone with dishes inspired from Thai, Japanese, French, Italian, German, Mexican, Indonesian and Indian cuisines.

Thanaratch Rd.

Tel: 044-365-555, 099-289-3555

Open daily 11am-11pm

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Laos Punn Khao

Looking for some heat? This is the place to go if you’re looking for some fire in your life. Laos Punn Khao serves up some great free range grilled chicken among other well loved thai dishes like a variety of somtam as well as some not-so-well-known delicacies like stir-fried beetle with chili, freshly caught wild catfish, and Korat style stir-fried noodles mmmmm! This fuss free, family friendly eatery is a must visit.

103 Moo 4, Pansuk-Kudkla Rd.

Tel: 091-783-4993

Open daily 9:30am-8pm

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The Birder’s Lodge

Binoculars, all the camera equipment you own, or something to read; whatever you are into, The Birder’s Lodge is THE place to be. Their cafe and restaurant emanates a rustic, peaceful vibe that you can feel from miles away. The ‘gram ready, greenery covered wooden barn immediately puts you at ease and takes you to a place of serenity. On top of that, they have a range of family friendly western food and beverages on offer.

10 Moo 10,  Pansuk-Kudkla Rd. 

Tel: 044-002-306, 081-645-4252

Open daily 8:30am-8pm

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Krua Bin Lahh

Have a seat, and let the plates from Krua Bin Lahh take you for a ride to the South. Krua Bin Lahh is an authentic experience of the rich and decadent southern cuisine. This barrage of flavor is a result of this particular family with their own decades old recipes that not only resulted in an amazing dining experience through their dishes, but also a line of chili paste that’s ready to go for you to try on your own. Their gaeng tai pla (fish intestine curry), pad bai liang (stir-fried malindjo leaves with eggs), pad sator (stir-fried bitter beans with shrimps) is a must try.

345 Thanaratch Rd. 

Tel: 062-369-9146, 081-926-0082, 093-924-4692

Open daily 9am-5pm 

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Sp-oil yourself/Trust us, this is essential
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Sp-oil yourself/Trust us, this is essential

Essential oils. We see these two words pop up everywhere we go. What are these things? What are they good for? And finally, what’s so essential about these oils anyway? Well, you’re about to find out some of these things. Crash course coming your way.

Aptly named, these completely natural oils are extracted from various plants that make up the true essence and fragrance making each plant unique. Use of essential oils go back as far as 4500 BC in so many different ways. The Greeks and the Romans used to trade this valuable commodity primarily with the East back in the day, why wouldn’t they? They smell incredible and feel decadent on the skin. 

It’s not just their exquisite smells, modern research shows that essential oils help relieve stress and depression; leaving you relaxed, focused, rejuvenated, and more emotionally balanced. Not only that, they can improve your breathing, help with migraines, ease muscle pains, improve blood circulation, and help you drift off to a deep, calming sleep.

Here’s what we did with all that.  We created a customized scent with our signature blend of 100% natural rosemary mint, orange, lavender, and cedarwood essential oils and infused them in our line of shower gels, body lotions, shampoos, conditioners and bubble baths. That’s right, we want you to be transported to a place of relaxation, rejuvenation and good health. Really rediscover yourself in the most soothing way possible.

That’s not all. We also have two other stand alone essential oil infused bubble bath choices for you other than the super combo of rosemary mint, orange, lavender, and cedarwood. Yes, you read that right. Orange gives you that refreshing citrusy goodness that really helps you relax and transports you to a place of peace and calm. It also helps to encourage deep, restful sleep and relaxes your muscle joints. Rosemary Mint boosts your mentality, encourages clarity and focus; helping you shed all the tiredness, stress, and even lessening depression. This one is a great choice that’ll leave you energetic, refreshed, and with a little less anxiety in your life.

Whatever your choice is, you can’t escape the essential goodness not only leaving your skin moisturized and less oily, but in a really nice headspace. What are you waiting for then? Scan that QR and take some home with you.

The best vegan & vegetarians places in Koh Samui
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The best vegan & vegetarians places in Koh Samui

Finding vegetarian options isn’t always easy while you travel, but it’s exciting to discover new places for your food adventure. Whichever spot you might be in Koh Samui, you will most likely find meat-free dishes alongside with the health communities and yoga lovers. What we’re saying is – there are many vegan and vegetarian restaurants in Koh Samui to try out. Here, we’d like to recommend some places you might like try sometime during your trip. Below, we’ve selected some of the best options for vegans and vegetarians for you!

Halapua by Kapuhala

Halapua is a 100% plant-based restaurant, with the location overlooking the amazing sea view. Food here is made with just-picked seasonal ingredients that grows from Kapuhala Koh Samui farm e.g. vegetables, herbs, and fruit trees. The owners got an idea for this unique experience approach to support vegan travel as an essential part of sustainable tourism and eco-conscious. If you are looking for extraordinary plant-based food, you won’t be disappointed here.

Open: Daily from 7:00 AM – 11:00 PM. Delivery service is available.

Location: Chaweng Noi | Near Sunrise Villa/Restaurant, Bophut 84310, Thailand

Art Café by June

Many nice options packed with flavour are provided at Art Cafe’ by June. This gem in Koh Samui caters to vegetarians, vegans, raw vegans and gluten intolerants with healthy, organic food and homemade bread for that unique gastronomical experience. 

The menu includes mainly traditional and vegetarian dishes and the not-to-miss organic coffee which is extremely tasty. Apart from the scrumptious food, this restaurant simply is sweet and cozy, is a truly natural place full of good energy and fantastic people to meet. With the dietary options and atmosphere, this place is one of the most favorite for vegans and vegetarians. Overall: highly recommended.

Open: Mon-Sat from 9:30 till 18:30

Location: 119/ 17 Moo 1 Bophut, Samui Town Center, Ko Samui, Thailand

Pure Vegan Heaven

A nice surprise awaits you at this delicious vegan place on Lamai Beach Road. With the awesome taste, nice atmosphere and green settings, it’s a place you don’t want to miss out. The dining option are perfect whether you come solo, with a partner, or with the family. Their burgers simple are the best homemade vegan you could find. The texture is fabulous with an explosive flavor and served with delicious roasted sweet potatoes. Smoothies, fresh juices here also are really refreshing and unique. Overall, a great variety of international food is here to enjoy. This is definitely one of the best vegan experiences in Koh Samui.

Open: Daily from 10.00am-9.00pm

Location: 131/1 Had Lamai Rd, Tambon Maret, Ko Samui District, Surat Thani 84310

Wild Tribe Superfood Cafe Koh Samui

Wild Tribe Superfood Cafe is a superfood café and juice bar with a comfortable atmosphere in Lamai beach. The place is dedicated to offer healthy, holistic, detox food. Their ingredients are all sourced small organic farms on the Samui island. While there is no specific food that can help protect you from the virus, but here you’ll immediately feel ten times healthier with nutritious, tasty food. For non-vegetarians, there are as well meat and fish options you could order. Therefore, it’s a suitable place to bring along your friends, as they’ll surely find something tasty to meet their tastes. The café also offers complimentary tea in the dispenser. A side note is that prices aren’t super cheap, but totally worth it.

Open: Daily from 8.00am-9.00pm

Location: 55, 108/54-55 Had Lamai Rd, Maret, Ko Samui District, Surat Thani 84310

Tropics Beach Club

Photo credit: Tropics Beach Club

Wouldn’t it be great if vegetarian options are available at your hotel? Well, Tropics Beach Club in Lub d Koh Samui is one to mention for their dining haven.

Photo credit: Tropics Beach Club

Located right by the Chaweng beachfront, there are lots of choices in the menu for non-meat eaters like the veggie pizza, pesto pizza with tomato sauce, grilled vegetables, pesto sauce and mozzarella cheese. This is absolutely a great place to relax and spend the day in the sun, enjoy some food and drinks by the pool. Live DJ, fresh smoothies and breezy vibes are just perfect combinations that make Tropics Beach Club stand out from other places in Koh Samui.

Open: Daily from 06.30 am – 12.00 am.

Location: 159/88 Moo 2 Chaweng Beach Road Koh Samui, Surat Thani 84320

Greenlight Cafe and Bar Koh Samui

When you’re in need of healthy food and a unique dining experience, look no further than the Greenlight Cafe & Bar, located at Fisherman’s Village. The menu here features a variety of hearty choices for health-conscious eaters. They offer vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free meals, fresh juices, organic fresh roasted coffee, smoothies, and more. Although it’s quite pricey when compared to other restaurants, it’s of a great quality; most of the ingredients are locally sourced and organic. The atmosphere and design of the cafe are nice, with a small library, so you borrow some books to read while enjoying the food. The café is a big community supporter where they encourage locals and tourists to get together and share ideas here.

Open: Daily from 8:00am – 22:00pm

Location: 3/28 Moo 1 Fisherman’s Village, Bophut, Koh Samui,Surat Thani, Thailand 84320

Photo credit: Click

Noori Indian restaurant is located in the heart of Chaweng center. This restaurant is popular for its authentic Indian dishes with a wide selection of cuisine types: Indian, Asian, Vegetarian Friendly, Indian vegetarian and vegan options, Halal (100%). The spices are freshly ground every day using the best and authentic ingredients from India. All in all, you can find delicious fresh food at an affordable price here. Besides, they provide you comfort with free delivery to your place.

Open: Daily from 11:00 am – 11:30 pm.Location: 17/1 Moo. 2, Chaweng Beach Road, Bophut, Ko Samui District, Surat Thani 84320

Summer by Coco Tam’s

This is truly a restaurant to chill, have great food, and lighten your mood with the good vibes. Summer by Coco Tam’s is decorated in a beautiful setting and overlooks the white sandy beach. Though it’s not something to eat everyday considering the price, the food is super fresh, healthy and of great quality. You can enjoy grilled fish, quinoa, delicious salads, and roasted potatoes while finding yourself in the dreamlike spot to see the Koh Samui views.

With vegetarian friendly options in mind, salads, freshly made smoothie bowls, and other veggie meals are available. Bowls are made from all-natural ingredients with no sugar added. For instagrammers, you also don’t want to miss the photogenic shots here.

Open: Daily from 09 am – 10.00 pm.Location: 62/1a, Koh Samui, Surat Thani 84320

We’ll leave you here with hopefully enough ideas for dining options, and hope you have plenty of days in Koh Samui to enjoy most of the cafes and restaurants. Happy eating in paradise!

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