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Christmas 2016: Staying In Is the New Going Out

October 4, 2016 Resort News No Comments Print Print Email Email

There is no better way to end 2016 and welcome in the New Year than at Samujana, Koh Samui’s boutique villa estate. Just a seventy-minute flight from Bangkok, and a ten-minute drive from the airport, Samujana promises an easy, hassle-free festive experience – where everything is taken care of.


Samujana alleviates the headache of having to decide where to go this Christmas and New Year’s Eve, allowing guests to simply stay in!  A stunning display of fireworks will light up the estate’s sought-after hill-top location as Samujana ushers in 2017 in style, as guests indulge in the best food and drink on the island.

Samujana’s selection of villas, including the newly unveiled and largest eight-bedroom villa, ensures ample space to entertain and celebrate in style. Whether it is a romantic set-up for two or a huge family blow-out, Samujana will create a bespoke Christmas and New Year escape to meet their guests desires.

Guests are welcomed to join a number of celebrations happening at Samujana throughout the festive period. From pop-up barbeques to kick-abouts on the lawn, volleyball tournaments, sunrise yoga, Muay Thai, arts and crafts sessions, and more, guests will be able to enjoy true Thai culture with their friends and family.

Amrita, one of the islands’ leading detox experts, will provide a wide range of beauty and relaxation for guests to recover from the celebrations in the privacy of their villa.  For something more adventurous, guests can take advantage of exclusive charters with a choice of various sailing and motorboats – ideal for water-skiing, picnics on hidden beaches, snorkelling, sightseeing or for pure sailing pleasure.

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