Samui Wining & Dining
A Warm Welcome
A Warm Welcome

It’s quite ironic. Just when the nation’s entire population is thanking the water spirits for supplying us with our essential supply of life-giving H²O during November’s magical Loy Krathong festival, there are many areas going through their yearly Monsoon season who are cursing the rains – and that usually includes us on Samui! But whether it’s wet here on November 12th or not, Loy Krathong is an occasion to be celebrated by everyone and is a special date on Thailand’s calendar.

 

And then, of course, we have more festivities in December; this time for the international occasions of Christmas and New Year’s Eve. Both of which are whole-heartedly celebrated on the island at the various resorts, restaurants, bars and clubs.

 

But there’s a lot more to having fun on Samui during November and December than just joining in these events. There’s also an eclectic mix of culture, sport, shopping, spas, restaurants and natural wonders to enjoy on the island and you can read about lots of them in this edition.

 

And if you do get caught in the rain whilst you’re here, just think of it as a tropical island experience – the sun is bound to come out sooner or later!

 

Happy holidays,

 signal

Steve Taylor

Editor

 


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