A Guide to Koh Samui Villa Rentals

Grand Thai House Villa Samui is a budget villa with a distinct Thai feel. Located close to the famous Lamai Beach, the resort is a good option for tourists on a limited budget. Lamai is preferred by many tourists for its quiet and uncrowded beach compared to the more popular Chaweng Beach. Moreover, it is close to a host of tourist attractions like the twin rocks, Hin Ta and Hin Yai and the vast Angthong Marine National Park.

Grand Thai House Villa Samui has 33 accommodation units spread over three floors. From Standard Rooms to Deluxe Rooms and Deluxe Family Rooms, all are spacious and airy. The room décor is tastefully simple, with much focus on making it cozy and comfortable. The open balconies adjacent to the rooms have loungers in them for guests to relax and relish the green environs. The modern amenities provided in the rooms are air-conditioning, television with satellite channels, DVD player, wireless internet access, shower, hairdryer, mini bar and in-room safe. The services offered by the resort include hotel/airport transfer, tour desk, safety deposit boxes, car park, restaurant and room service.


Grand Thai House Villa Samui boasts of an open-air massage sala providing a range of traditional massages. A Jacuzzi bathtub and a tropical garden are there for guests to relax. The in-house restaurant has semi-open seating arrangement. It serves a good selection of Thai and international delicacies. Kitesurfing school phuket area offers a wide range of water/land activities like diving, snorkeling, kayaking, kitesurfing, skiing, trekking, mountain biking, golf or just sightseeing.

Restaurant in Koh Samui

Restaurants and eateries serve bottled water on request. Most of them use hygienically made ice-cubes. Vegetables are usually washed in tap water, but are safe after cooking. It is safer to avoid eating raw and cut fruits and vegetables.

Some seafood restaurants display fish and other items preserved on ice, for the diners to see and select. Look for bright and clear eyes and fresh blood under the gills. Fish should be firm and hard and the shellfish should smell proper.

If you plan to eat buffet, it is better to start early as food spoils easily in the tropical climate. In general, it is best to eat hot, well-cooked and freshly prepared foods.