|Welcome to First Bungalow Beach Resort Koh Samui
First Bungalow Beach Resort is the first bungalow resort in Koh Samui. The resort has been located on the best site of this
mini-peninsula since the early 1970's. First Bungalow Beach Resort is also the only resort hotel placed on the connecting point of Chaweng Beach and Chaweng Noi Beach, where is accepted that it is the finest site of Koh Samui. As still run by the owner's family, it can be seen today with the unique blend of the same old simple, traditional and personalized hospitality of the owner, and all the modern amenities one can dream of in an exotic far-flung island hideout like Chaweng Beach. Nowadays, First Bungalow Beach Resort has been a must on travel-menu of every holidaymaker.
Sea View Bungalow
Sea View Bungalow
147 guest rooms, fully equipped with air-conditioner, hot & cold water bathroom, CableTV, minibar, and IDD telephone
42 Beach Bungalows
14 Sea View Bungalows
11 Deluxe Bungalows
80 Deluxe Rooms
Sea View Bungalows
This luxury Thai style bungalows are on the famous Chaweng Beach. Each is equipped with distinctive four-poster bed with mosquito net drapes. All bungalows are fully equipped and set amongst the private peaceful tropical garden.
Located directly on white sandy Chaweng Noi Beach. Our private beach is an ideal spot to watch sunrise over the ocean waves and sunset in the backdrop of the plush tree groves on the main land behind. It is also nice to swim and sunbathe. All bungalows are fully equipped and renovated to be more attractive, adorable and cozy.
Our Deluxe Bungalows are set around the swimming pools and jacuzzi area. All bungalows are fully equipped and also all enjoy view of the tropical garden. Connecting bungalows are available.
All Deluxe Rooms are comfortable and fully equipped, set amid the tropical garden. They are a few steps to swimming pools and jacuzzi. It takes just a few minutes to the beach.
Our Recommended Menu
- First Restaurant serving sea food, Thai food and International food with good cooking
- Pool Bar
- Beach Bar
Tom Yum Goong
The famous Thai spicy soup with shrimp, herbs and mushroom
Important Ingredients: Shrimp, Lemon Juice, Galingale, Lemongrass, Citrus Leaves, Small Chilli (Prik Khee Noo), and Fish Sauce or Salt
Thai style fried noodle with pork/beef/chicken/shrimp/seafood (The most popular one is Pad Thai Goong - Pad Thai with shrimp.)
Important Ingredients of Pad Thai Goong:
Shrimp, Small Noodle, Bean Sprout, Chinese Celery or Spring Onion, Egg, Sugar, Fish Sauce or Salt, and a piece of Lemon for decoration
Fried Banana covered with special mixed flour, served with honey or one scoop of ice cream
Banana in Sweet Coconut Milk
It is one of Thai delicious dessert that should be tried. Thai calls it "Kluay Buad Shee"
- Hotel Transfer Service
- Internet Service
- Fax Service
- Car Rental Service
- Sightseeing Tour & Ticket Services
- Currency Exchange
- Safe Deposit Service
- Laundry Service
- Room Service
- Baby Cot
- Baby-sitter: to be arranged on advanced request
- Doctor: 24 hours on call service
- Gift Shop: open daily 12.00 -21.00 hours
- Supermarket: open daily 08.00 - 22.30 hrs.
- Newspaper: available daily in the Lobby and Restaurant
- Thai Traditional Massage
- First Beauty Cottage(Hair & Body Treatment) : open daily 09.00-20.00 hrs.
- 25 m.Free-Formed Swimming Pool
- Outdoor Jacuzzi
- Swimming Pool for Children
25 minutes from Samui Airport
35 minutes from Samui Ferry Pier
15 minutes walk from Chaweng Shopping Area or 5 minutes drive from Chaweng Shopping Area
HOW TO GO TO KOH SAMUI
The easiest way to reach Koh Samui is flying with Bangkok Airways. It flies daily from Bangkok to Koh Samui. There are minimum 8 flights a day. It takes 1 hour and 10 minutes by ATR72-200 and takes 45 minutes by BOEING717 Bangkok Airways also has a daily direct flight From Singapore to Koh Samui. You can check its flight timetable and book a flight at www.bangkokair.com.
The other airline is Thai Airways but it flies daily from Bangkok to Suratthani. You have to take a bus service to Donsak Ferry Pier and take a ferryboat to Koh Samui. It may be cheaper but you need to add 4 hours to your journey.
When travel from Bangkok to Koh samui, it is highly recommended you get a night sleeper train. These trains are more comfortable and ensure smoother bus and ferry connections. All trains are run from Hualamphong Station. We advice that you buy a combination ticket which will include all your transport right through Samui. Train tickets can vary greatly in price depending on the carriage class and whether the carriage is air-conditioned or fan. When you are travelling from Samui up to Bangkok the last ferries that connect to a bus to take you to the Suratthani train station leave from Nathon at 3.30pm. There are many trains leaving every evening going to Bangkok. For more information, please contact our First Island Tour.
Bangkok to Samui buses leave from the Southern Bus Terminal. There are V.I.P., first and second-class buses available. These are all air-conditioned. The bus journey takes around 12 hours.
There are two ferry services from Donsak, Suratthani to Koh Samui. The first one is Raja Ferry leaving every hour started from 5.00pm till 7.00pm. Another is Seatran Ferry normally leaving every two hours and leaving every hour in peak/holiday season. It takes about 1.5 hours from Donsak to Koh Samui