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Flights to Koh Samui

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Perth
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Flights to Koh Samui

Hi,

We are flying to Phuket in April and staying for 5 nights then would like to go onto Koh Samui can anyone recommend an airline that we can go one way to Samui and then on to K.L.?

Thanks

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1. Re: Flights to Koh Samui

hi, i think koh samui only has 'bangkok air' that can fly in and out of the island (think they own the island) And its rather expensive. try "air asia" to surat thani then ferry across.

Perth
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2. Re: Flights to Koh Samui

Ok thanks for that, we are tossing up whether to go to Samui or Krabi!

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3. Re: Flights to Koh Samui

Bangkok Air own the airport at Samui and are the only ones that fly in and out of the island...

I was jsut looking at their website for flights for friends and they have flights from phuket for about 2500 bht

Cheers

chelle

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4. Re: Flights to Koh Samui

Thanks Chelle!

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5. Re: Flights to Koh Samui

Hi

Thai Airways also fly into Samui, but only Bangkok Airways have the Phuket to Samui route. The Air Asia Phuket to Surat Thani route is a lot cheaper, even with the added cost of the ferry with someone like Lomprayah, the only down side is the extra time it takes.

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6. Re: Flights to Koh Samui

Ok thanks I will look into this also!

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