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Koh Samui, Surat Thani, South - Thailand

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With world famous Samui beaches, chic restaurants, a variety of activities and a laid back lifestyle, Koh Samui is a top destination for expats. Offering a fantastic quality of life at affordable prices it’s a great place to live the dream. Also known as Coconut Island, Koh Samui is set in the tropical climes of the Gulf of Thailand. With all the charm of living on an island and having easy access to other destinations with an international airport and frequent ferry service to the mainland and other islands, Koh Samui is a compelling place to make your new life in The Land of Smiles.
Start your morning with a cappuccino at a French cafe, enjoy a round of golf at a world-class course, catch up on reading while lounging on a beach and take a walk around a night market to sample a variety of incredible Thai food, there is so much on offer to fill your days in Koh Samui. Not only does Koh Samui have something for all budgets, it also lets you choose how “exotic” you want your lifestyle to be. From living like a local to constantly pampering yourself in 5-star luxury (and everything in between), it’s all possible.
Koh Samui’s past as a sleepy island with fishing communities & a coconut palm industry is still there side by side modern amenities that keep its current position atop many travelers and expats destination lists. With this guide, you will find much of the practical information needed to make your move as well as cultural differences and local tips for an easy life once you’ve arrived.

Quick Facts about the island:
Language: Thai with English widely spoken
Currency: Baht (THB, ฿)
Time zone: GMT/UTC +7
Electricity: 220 volts AC, 50Hz. Both flat and round, two-pin plugs are used.
Everyday Costs & Exchange Rates
Quick snack from a food vendor: 25 baht
Thai meal: 40-60 baht
Western meal: 100 baht +
An iced coffee at the beach: 35 baht
9 holes of golf (with cart): 1,000 baht
1-hour massage: 300 baht
125cc Scooter rental (daily/monthly): 300/3,200
Car rental (daily/monthly): 1,200/15,000
1 bedroom condo (1-month rental): 15,000 baht +
2 bedroom house (1-month rental): 20,000baht +
1 bedroom condo (purchase): 3,000,000 baht +
2 bedroom house (purchase): 5,000,000 baht +
Utilities (water + electric) for a 1 bedroom condo: 1,500 baht (no air con) / 3,500 baht (heavily used air con)

Koh Samui Climate and weather
features a tropical savanna climate. The island has only had one true dry season month, with the average monthly precipitation in February falling below 60 mm (2 in), the threshold for a tropical dry season month. The climate is warm and humid for most of the year. However, in comparison to Phuket and most of the rest of southern Thailand, Samui’s weather is relatively drier (Samui receives about 1,960 mm rain per year, Phuket 2,220 mm (87 in), while Phuket’s Wet Season is spread over 6–8 months, Ko Samui has only two months with more than 212 mm (8 in) of rain). The heaviest precipitation is typically seen in the months of October and November. For the rest of the year, given the tropical climate, rain showers are brief; 20–60 minutes duration is typical.

Thailand Visas for Foreignness 
For everything Visa related, Travelfish.org provides an impressive guide to visa and general Thailand information. Citizens of most Western & developed nations along with numerous other countries around the world can visit Thailand for 30 days without a visa. On arrival in Thailand, your passport will be stamped with a 30-day entry permit. To be eligible, immigration may want you to provide proof that you have a return air ticket or a ticket for onward travel. This may be extended for an extra 30 days (depending on your citizenship) while in Thailand at an immigration office.
You can also initially move to Thailand with a tourist visa obtained at a Thai consulate in your home country prior to your arrival which is valid for 60 days, or a better option can be a non-immigrant visa, which is initially valid for 90 days. This visa can then be extended through Thai Immigration for up to one year for the purposes of business, education, marriage or retirement.
While both the tourist and the non-immigrant visa can be issued by a Thai Embassy or Consulate outside of Thailand, extensions are issued by Thai Immigration once you’re in the country. Below is an overview of the types of visa that can be issued by Thai Embassies or some Consulates. You should call the Thai consulate in your country or visit their website to see what the current regulations are.
Thailand Elite Visa for sale
Thailand Elite offers intriguing options for long-term VIP Thai visas ranging from 5-20 years. The program comes with a concierge service, discounts within Thailand at restaurants & resorts along with golf & spa perks.
Thailand Elite also has a family visa option which makes things easy for the whole family. The program is being assisted by Henley & Partners and they will walk you through the entire process.
Below you will find useful website links to better inform yourself about the Thai Privilege Program.

Buying Real Estate in Koh Samui
Koh Samui along with other prime destinations in Thailand.
RE/MAX will take care of your rental or purchase for sale needs on Koh Samui. After an attentive assessment of your budget and knowing your can property goals we can offer practical advice for sale in the areas in Koh Samui that best suit you. We can assist in finding you a rental property while you search for your perfect home, condo or investment property.
There are many options for property purchase, lease & rental on Koh Samui. Below are links to some of our properties for sale and for rent at our Condo Buyers Guide.
Schools
If you’re moving to Koh Samui with your children, you’ll most probably want to send them to either a private school or to one of the international schools available, rather than to a public school which may be overcrowded and will teach primarily in Thai.
While the international schools teach from the national curriculum of the country attached to them, many of the private schools also follow a foreign curriculum and can be a cheaper alternative while still giving you the peace of mind that your child’s education meets international standards and is well covered.
There are many education establishments from preschool through high school to fulfill your children’s education requirements.
in our website you can find a wide range of real estate properties such as Villa for sale and Villa for rent 

Koh Samui Local Culture
Buddhism is the main religion in Thailand though in Koh Samui Islamic communities are often involved in the fishing industry. The family is the cornerstone of Thai society. Very hierarchical, you’ll find Thai people respectful, polite, friendly and eager to maintain harmony in life.

Buying real estate for sale in Koh Samui is not the same as Phuket or Hua Hin, It will be one of your best and safe decision you can make when you buy your property from our RE/MAX Agent.

There are many properties For sale and for Rent in Kho Samui

How is lifestyle in koh samui?

Koh Samui Way of life is a family claimed environment in the northwest piece of the island where the night falls are astounding to watch by the day's end. They have made this unique spot with all the gauges that characterize a genuine occasion way of life. Our conviction is that life is intended to be delighted in at its fullest with extraordinary help and solace. Koh Samui way of life is celebrated for being among the best in Thailand, if not the world. The island's full moon parties are incredible and keep on pulling in an interminable stream of guests quick to party on the delicate white sand until the break of day. The riches and assortment of discos, clubs and brew bars is likewise a significant draw, bringing an enthusiastic youthful horde of revelers.

There is a level of assortment to the way of life in Koh Samui.

How is Koh Samui Real Estate Market?

Koh Samui's land office official guidelines limit property development to 3 stories and a most extreme tallness of 12 meters with an end goal to maintain a strategic distance from the skyscraper urbanized horizon of Pattaya, Hua Hin and Phuket. the island's ecological laws and suspension of apartment suite licenses are a gigantic piece of the uniqueness of the Koh Samui property showcase.

The island offers everything expected to carry on with the top of the line lavish way of life while as yet saving its tropical excellence and appeal. As of late countless lavish inn brands, for example, Conrad, 4 Seasons, and W Retreat have contributed here, further making sure about the promising standpoint for top of the line venture. Straight to the point Knight Thailand Exploration as of late distributed that in the main quarter of 2014, the kind of properties most sought after were in the 20-40M THB (600K – 1.2M USD) value go and that homes in this value go took up 57% of the neighborhood showcase. With apartment suite deals taking up the most elevated portion of the market in Pattaya, Hua Hin, and Bangkok, this further characterizes the uniqueness of the Koh Samui property advertise.

What is the Property Price Ranges by the type in Koh Samui?

The costs of land on Koh Samui have expanded significantly over the span of a couple of brief years, wherever on the island, with some asking costs arriving at shocking sums, particularly on the beachfront. the normal cost of land by the ocean, can go from 4 to 50 million Baht for each rai. all depends, by and by, on the topographical zone where this 'prime' land is found and whether one would decide on an ocean or coconut estate see.

The ocean see, as everybody knows, is unquestionably progressively costly, particularly in Koh Samui The next 10 years will be essential for the island, which is turning out to be increasingly more an extravagance goal in a perfect situation. From that point on, Koh Samui is at a junction.
It will be interesting to see how the Covid 19 will affect the property price. 

Dress code
Personal appearance is very important in Thailand as a measure of respect to other people, you will find that dressing appropriately means that you are shown more respect in return. This translates in many ways, even sometimes lowering initial offering prices at markets. While some allowance is made for the differing customs of foreigners, Thais respond more positively to well-dressed Westerners.
Traditionally, Thais are modest and conservative dressers. At a minimum your clothes should be neat, clean, and free from holes or tears. Except at the beach or at sacred sites normal western dress is acceptable for both men and women, except that you should avoid clothing showing a lot of skin. Pants are preferable to shorts, blouses should have capped sleeves, and if tank tops are worn, the straps should be thick (i.e., not spaghetti straps). Thai men generally wear pants, and most Thais view an adult man wearing shorts as fairly ridiculous; shorts are primarily worn by laborers and schoolchildren. Men’s shorts should be knee length or more, if worn at all.
Taking off one’s shoes at temples and private homes is mandatory etiquette, and this may even be requested at some shops. Wear shoes that slip on and off easily. Flip-flops, hiking sandals, and clog-type shoes are usually a good pragmatic choice for traveling in Thailand; only in the most top-end establishments are shoes required.

Koh Samui Food
The food alone is really reason enough for a trip to Thailand. Curries, fruit shakes, stir fries, fresh fish made a zillion ways – and that’s just the beginning. Food in Thailand can be as cheap and easy as 25 baht pad thai (Thai fried noodles) cooked at a street stall and floating markets or as expensive and complicated as a 100 ten-course meal by a royal chef served in one of Bangkok’s 5 star hotels.
Since most backpackers will be sticking closer to the first than the second, one of the great things about Thailand is that food from stalls and tiny sidewalk restaurants is usually quite safe. Unlike some Asian countries, travellers should worry more about overeating or too much curry spice than about unclean kitchens and bad food. In fact, street restaurants, where you can see what you’ll get and everything is cooked on the spot can be a safe option.

Etiquette
Thai food is most commonly eaten with fork and spoon. Hold the spoon in your right hand and use it to eat, and reserve the fork for piling food onto your spoon. Chopsticks are only employed for noodle soups and East Asian-style dishes.
Thai food is meant for sharing. Everybody gets their own plate of rice and tiny soup bowl, but all the other dishes are laid out in the middle of the table and you’re free to eat what you wish. Though some people believe that taking the last piece from a shared plate is considered slightly unlucky, and you may hear people make wishes for others to compensate for their own misfortune — a popular wish is that “may my girl/boyfriend be beautiful”!
Food is also generally brought out a dish at a time as it is prepared. It is not expected for diners to wait until all meals are brought out before they start eating as is polite in western culture. Instead, they should tuck into the nearest meal as it arrives.

Pharmacies
Pharmacies are plentiful and are generally open between 9am and 9pm, while some smaller stores may be open outside of these hours. Pharmacy prices are usually very reasonable. International pharmacy chains such as Boots & Watsons are available along with many large well stopped local pharmacies. In private hospitals and most pharmacies, English will be spoken by someone on staff.

Koh Samui Real Estate Investment:
One of the best and most beautiful properties in Thailand, Koh Samui is the home of the best property design.
Koh Samui have the most beautiful real estate Beachfront Property and sea view villas that you can find.
A place to relax and retied with good food and good people 
one of the preferred Thailand tour destinations