Explore Koh Samui On A Bike

There are many activities organized for everyone in Koh Samui including the locals and the tourists. Many visitors plan to buy luxury villa in Koh Samui after the first visit because of the beautiful landscape, the warm locals as well as the opportunities the island has to offer. For instance, next month there will be an activity organized for everyone who is into cycling.

The campaign is called Pan Yok Khrua Tour Ko Samui Talui Ko Taen which is basically a family program. It was conceived and hosted by the Tourism Authority of Thailand also known as TAT. The event was planned to happen during the Chakri Day weekend which will fall between the 6th and 8th of April.

According to Tourism Authority of Thailand’s director based in the office of Koh Samui, Nongyao Jirundorn, the trip will be a unique chance for participants to explore the island of Koh Samui in a different manner. Travelers who will cycle all over the island will get to experience new things. At the same time, the participants will see the inclusive tourism method that has been adapted by the agency as part of their new marketing concept called Open to the New Shades.

He added that the name of the event which is in local language means that the whole family is encouraged to participate in cycling while exploring the landscape of Koh Samui as well as Koh Taen.

The trip will last for three days and it will be able to accommodate up to 400 families including Thai and tourists. Registration is worth 600 baht for every participant. It will include the cost of six meals and a complementary shirt. The fee is exclusive of accommodation but there will be spaces provided for families to put up tent at Koh Taen without additional charges.

The event will start on April 6 and everyone is invited especially families who plan to buy luxury villa in Koh Samui as it will be a good chance to see the island in a new perspective. The registration will happen at Koh Samui’s Na Thon Pier between 4 and 7 PM.

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