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InterContinental Koh Samui Resort

Concierge head shot
Ms. Nissara Saithong (Botan)
Chief Concierge

Sawasdee-kha! Welcome to InterContinental Koh Samui Resort. Learn all about Samui's "In the Know" secrets from our passionate concierge team. We would assist you to plan your day and uncover the must-visit sites or activities that best coincide with your vacation.

Things to do
The Perfect Day


Starting your day with the full breakfast and enjoy tropical fruit at Amber restaurant. At 9:00 start your day with our boat excursion to see the Pink dolphin Or Irrawaddy dolphin. A very rare species that can be found only 2,000 dolphins in the world and only 60 of them living near Khanom along the coastlines near the mainland. Following to Koh Tan and Koh Mudsum to enjoy snorkelling and see a variety of tropical fish.


Enjoy 6 different colour pools inside the resort including beach pool, infinity pool, red, yellow, orange and blue swimming pools. At 14.00 - 16.00 hrs. Enjoy the afternoon tea and different type of Thai and international dessert at the Serene Lounge. Reading your own books and zipping a hot tea or coffee.


Sunset hour at Air Bar, Start the evening with a special cocktail at the Air Bar and take in ( as mentioned in the New York Times Best Seller “1,000 things to see before you die”) The stunning sunset of Taling Ngam Village and the best spot to see the sunset on the island. Reserve a private romantic dinner on the beach with the BBQ set menu and enjoy the dinner under the start to end “Perfect Day”

Did You Know?
  • Fishermen's Village walking street

    Near enough, wherever you go on Koh Samui, you'll find local fishermen tending to their nets or, if you're around earlier enough, bringing their catch in for market. It's said that the island was first inhabited about 1500 years ago by fishermen from the Malay Peninsula and Southern China and they're still here today. The main place to see them is along the north coast in Bophut, at the Fishermen's Village and in the main port town of Nathon on the islands western side.

What to Pack