Koh Samui Island Tour

Koh Samui, Koh Matsum, Koh Tan and The Five Islands

Location: The Gulf of Thailand around Koh Samui, Koh Madsum, Koh Tan and the Five Islands
Departure: We leave from Petcherat Pier in Bangrak.
Transfer: As part of the tour, we offer to pick you up and drop you off at your hotel.


On Samui Island Tour we love cruise around Koh Samui and experiencing it from a different angle. If you have a day to spare and want to take in the beauty of the Gulf of Thailand, then the Samui Island Tour is perfect for you.

Hop aboard one of our well-equipped yachts and let the majestic settings reel you in as we leave Petcherat Pier and head out, cruising along the beaches of Koh Samui. Be welcomed by our multilingual crew, let them brief you about safety onboard, and choose from the selection of shaded or sunny spots on the open-air deck to relax and enjoy as we set sail.


After a leisurely cruise we arrive at the southern Islands , a true treasure in the Gulf of Thailand. Here you can relax fully and melt onto the soft white sand beach. With its original charm and natural beauty, the Islands greatly differs from the many over-commercialized islands and offers visitors the one of a kind experience of a tranquil treasure island.

After having it’s time to board the yacht again and cruise towards the next destination. During this time, you are invited to indulge in our Thai lunch buffet that features a number of tasty delicacies from all over the Kingdom. While enjoying these special treats, take in the beauty of your surroundings and breathe in the fresh sea breeze.

As we anchor at the beautiful island of Koh Tan, you can do some snorkeling. If you feel like relaxing in the sun instead of taking the plunge, the boat’s main deck is just the place for you. However you wish to spend your time on your boat tour, we will be sure to accommodate you.


We continue our excursion towards the Five Islands, seeing many beautiful island landscapes. While we motor-sail around the five islands, our crew will supply you with a range of fun facts and historical information about the place. Thanks to the knowledgeable team of Boutique Yachting, you will discover some of Samui’s secrets that remain hidden even to many locals.

After this fantastic experience, it is time to head back towards Koh Samui, but not without sailing into the radiant sunset while enjoying a sundowner on board. What better way is there to end this day with open sails in paradise?

Every Monday & Thursday

Samui Tour includes

  • Round transfer from the hotel
  • Light breakfast
  • Thai-Buffet Lunch
  • Finger food/snacks
  • Fresh Fruit
  • Coffee, tea, soft drinks and water
  • Towels
  • Accident insurance
  • English/German/Russian speaking Guide

Tour Programm

10:30Depart Petcherat pier with light breakfast
12:30Arrive at Koh Matsum visit a beautiful beach.
13.30Lunch Buffet on board
15:30Cruising at Koh Tan – Passing The Five Islands
16:30Sightseeing along the coast of Koh Samui
18:30Return to the Pier after watching the sunset
18:45Transfer back to accommodation
ADULTS THB 3,600.-

Southern Islands of Samui

Koh Tan is located just a few hundred meters off the southwestern coast of Koh Samui’s Taling Nam fishing village. The small island is known for pristine nature. The island itself is home to only one village, has neither cars nor paved roads and is reachable by local long tail fishing boat, making it a beautifully secluded hideaway.

Koh Madsum is just east of Koh Tan and directly south of Koh Samui’s beautiful Laem Sor Pagoda. Its long white sand beaches make it a popular place for day trips among Thai tourists, students in particular, who come there to enjoy picnics, camping on the beach and singing songs around campfires. If you want to join locals on a “tio”, Thai for “day out”, this is the place to go.

The Five Islands

Locally, they are known as the “Four Islands-Five Islands”, as one island is hidden behind another when looking over from the southern shore of Koh Samui.

They are inhabited only by Sea Gypsies, who have lived on these islands for generations and are now employed to guard the nests of the swift Terns

These nests are the principle ingredients for the famed birds nest soup and can be sold for up to $4,000 per kilogram in Hong Kong restaurants. It is no wonder then that agile gatherers search the caves and craggy rocks for these precious nests and that without the official protection, the swift would be in serious danger.

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