One of the most important visions we had when we started Elements was to try comply to anyone’s wishes – and surpass expecations when possible. That’s also one of the reasons why Stephen and myself personally attempt to answer each and every inquiry. …Read More
Little is known about Samui’s early years. What is known is that its first setllers were Malay fishermen and immigrants from Southern China. …Read More
The Songkran festival (Thai : สงกรานต์, from Sankrit saṃkrānti, “astrological passage”) is celebrated in Thailand as the traditional New Year’s Day from 13 to 15 April. It coincides with the New Year of many calendars of South and South-east Asia.
The date of the festival was originally set by astrological calculation, but it is now fixed. …Read More
Personaly, I prefer Na Muang Waterfall II. Its higher up. Its about 80 meter high. You will need to be in a fairly good condition to make it all the way up, but, if you can, it is absolutely worth it. The view is stunning. …Read More
People often ask us : “what can we do when we are spending 10 days in Samui?”
Depending on who is asking the question, I usually answer this question differently. Young couples coming on a honeymoon want to see and do different things than families with children or retirees. …Read More
By Plane ; For sure the fastest way. There are daily (over 15) flights from Bangkok to Samui via Bangkok airways and (a few) via Thai Airways. If you book well in advance, they aren’t too expensive. …Read More
An ideal boutique resort for honeymooners, couples, families or simply those seeking to get away from the busy mainstream holiday areas.
What about people who are looking for a party? …Read More