Those travellers looking to spend their holidays in Cheong Mon Beach will be impressed by the wide range of self catering accommodation available in this upmarket resort, situated in the far north-easterly corner of the popular holiday island of Koh Samui. There are a number of quality apartments available within this tranquil resort, which is especially popular with well healed holidaymakers.
As well as enjoying the beautiful fine white sanded beach with its wealth of water sports and diving activities, those visitors enjoying their holidays in Choeng Mon Beach will be drawn to the nearby popular tourist resorts of Chaweng, with its wealth of tourist shops and boutiques selling a wide range of souvenirs and crafts unique to the island, and Big Buddha Beach, with its landmark 12 meter gold statue. Tong Sai Bay and White House offer tourists idyllic vantage points, in order to take in the natural beauty of this beautiful resort.
For many travellers looking to explore their surroundings whilst enjoying their holidays in Choeng Mon Beach, the first port of call would be to view the Hin Ta and Hin Yai rocks. In local legend, these phallic shaped rocks, otherwise known as Grandfather and Grandmother Rocks, are supposed to represent the rather sad tale of two lovers who committed suicide by drowning, as a reaction to their family’s disapproval of their relationship. In contrast, the golden hued Laem Sor Pagoda contrasts beautifully with the surrounding turquoise sea, white sand and bright blue sky. The tranquil Ko Farm Noi is a popular draw for visitors enjoying their holidays in Choeng Mon Beach and can be easily reached by kayaking, or for the more energetic, by a vigorous swim across the separating channel of water.
Those lucky travellers looking to enjoy a holiday in the beautiful surroundings of Choeng Mon Beach will be interested to know that the region enjoys a subtropical climate. Therefore the average temperatures are generally well into the 30s degrees Celsius. Choeng Mon Beach and Koh Samui, as a whole, have three distinct seasons; the dry season runs between December and February; the hot season is between March and August; and the rainy season is between September and November. Even then though, during your holidays in Choeng Mon Beach you may still expect to enjoy plenty of sunny days. The average rainfall for the area is 64 inches, most of which will of course fall in the rainy season.
Travellers looking to enjoy their holidays in Choeng Mon Beach will expect to fly to Koh Samui Airport (USM). Airlines offering affordable and regular flights to Koh Samui Airport include Thai Airways, Emirates Airlines, British Airways and Cathay Pacific. Flights depart from several UK airports, including London Gatwick (LGW), London Stansted (STD), Manchester (MAN) and Glasgow (GLA).