Best Places to Eat in Koh Samui πŸŠπŸ‹πŸŒπŸ‰πŸ‡πŸˆπŸ’ for People Traveling to Thailand πŸ‡ΉπŸ‡­ This Summer ...

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Koh Samui is the jewel of Thailand's Gulf Islands, with stunning white sand beaches, turquoise waters, jungle waterfalls, and wildlife that ranges from emerald colored geckos to majestic elephants.

Pick your paradise;

from the chill, secluded beaches of Maenam to Chaweng, the best party in Koh Samui complete with fire dancers and tropical cocktails under the stars.2

Whether you're down to party, bask in the sun or do some sightseeing in Koh Samui you have to sample the local cuisine.

Do as the locals do and snack on mouthwatering fresh fruits like mango, pineapple, papaya, and dragon fruit.

For only 20 baht (less than $1) the vendor will reach into their ice packed cart and chop it up right in front of you.

Instantly refreshing!

Of course, you'll need to eat more than fruit!

Fortunately, Koh Samui has an abundance of mouthwatering options to keep you full and happy.

1. Breakfast

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No island breakfast is complete without a coconut.

Get your sweet little piece of nirvana from any vendor and watch them expertly hack it open in front of your eyes.

Add a straw and spoon to scoop out the creamy white flesh, and you're prepared with nature's best hydration.

A great way to start the day, especially if you had a late one the night before!

Dining options are varied all over the island so where to eat in Koh Samui largely depends on personal preference.

The beaches of Choeng Mon are lovely for the first meal of the day.2

Dotted with thatched huts, the wide, lazy beach makes for a great spot to grab your coconut and take a stroll.

Traditional Thai breakfast of pork congee can be found, as well as Western favorites like eggs, toast and bacon.

Wash it down with a Thai iced coffee, prepared in front of you.2

It's full of sweetened condensed milk and plenty of ice, heaven right on earth.

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