KOH SAMUI Gay Friendly Restaurants 2020
Koh Samui is never dull, with a myriad of great restaurants and bars to choose from. Most restaurants on Koh Samui serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods.
Koh Samui is never dull, with a myriad of great restaurants and bars to choose from. Most restaurants on Koh Samui serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods. Most guesthouse and resorts have restaurants that serve both, while the more popular beaches, such as Chaweng Beach, feature restaurants specializing in Thai or various international cuisines, such as Italian or German. Beachside, seafood barbeque restaurants are also common on all beaches.
Namu, located at the W Hotel Koh Samui and Pla Pla at the Four Seasons Koh Samui offer you great, finely crafted meals, brunch over panoramic views or cocktails that will tickle your senses. Experience a fantastic nightlife along the Chaweng Beach Road.
Ocean Pier by Latest Recipe is a beautiful floating pier at Le Meridien Hotel, that features breath-taking views of the Gulf of Thailand is the perfect venue for an intimate meal. The seclusion and the lush tropical ambience provided by the scenery will surely make any meal even more memorable.
The Trade Wind Restaurant is beautifully located on the soft sands of Samui Palm Beach Resort in Bophut, offering fascinating fusion dishes along with some of the most authentic Thai cuisine available on Koh Samui.
If you like seafood, then you will simply adore Ko Samui! Keep in mind that during high-season, the demand of fisheries often exceeds the local supply! Bophut is the most popular destination in Koh Samui for food lovers, as it features numerous selections for dining, from gourmet restaurants to casual street food.
Head to Chaweng Beach for its high concentration of internationally-acclaimed restaurants, or stop in Lamai for high quality, reasonably priced Thai food. If you are looking for something truly memorable, visit Tree Tops. Located in Anantara Lawana in north Chaweng, Tree Tops is one of Samui’s most accomplished restaurants and is definitely the place to head to if you are a fine-dining buff. With only eight tables in the restaurant and each table an individual ‘tree house’ the experience here is unique. You will need to reserve well in advance.
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Chaweng Beach area is One of the biggest and best beaches in Samui and is the epicentre of Samui’s nightlife (gay and straight) with numerous bars, restaurants, shops as well as a huge choice of hotels. Lamai Beach / Hua Thanon are further down from the popular Chaweng Beach. It is generally quieter, with calmer waters and a more “chilled out” vibe at most of the resorts. BoPhut / Choeng Mon Beach are more laid-back than Chaweng and offers views of Koh Phangan.
This property is 15 minutes walk from the beach. Alpha Gentlemen’s Retreat (Gay Resort) in Chaweng features adults-only accommodation with a fitness centre, a terrace and a shared lounge. This hotel is always fun