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Compare Cheap Perth to Koh Samui Flights
Mention Koh Samui and the mind immediately conjures images of an idyllic tropical island, thickly blanketed with lush rainforest, white-sand beaches, coconut groves and posh resorts and spas. Koh Samui is the second largest island in Thailand and is a magnet for travellers seeking sun, a romantic getaway, diving expeditions, or an old-fashioned dose of rest and relaxation. Time in Koh Samui can be as slow-paced or as busy as you like. There are temples and chilled-out beach towns and fishermen’s villages to visit. Or, your idea of the perfect Koh Samui holiday may not entail anything that takes you too far from the swimming pool at your five-star hotel, beach bungalow or private villa. There are great cheap flights from Perth to Koh Samui on Webjet. Find airfares that suit your travel needs and be one step closer to this archetypal Thai island.
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The best time to visit Koh Samui
Not sure when to book your flights from PER to USM? The most popular time to visit is during the dry season, from December to April. The days are warm, there is little rain and the water is the perfect temperature for leisurely paddlers, snorkelling or scuba diving. If you’re visiting from May to early September, you will experience sunny days and hotter temperatures. Rain picks up in the afternoons and evenings, but it rarely disrupts any outdoor activities. Monsoon season falls between September and November in Koh Samui. The unpredictable rains may dampen any scuba or sunbathing activities, but if you’re looking to score cheap flights from Perth to Koh Samui, this is the best time to visit. Planning on visiting nearby Koh Tao? Book airfares for March through May travel to increase your chance at seeing whale sharks.
Departing From Perth
There are no direct flights from Perth to Koh Samui, however the island can be reached with only a one-hour flight from Bangkok. Cheap airfares to Koh Samui booked with Qantas see passengers departing from Perth Airport’s T3/T4 precinct. Other airlines, such as Singapore Airlines, Virgin Australia, Thai Airways and Cathay Pacific, depart from T1/T2. Stopover location varies by airline and may include Singapore or Hong Kong. The flight time from Perth to Koh Samui is upwards of 9 hours.
Getting to Perth Airport
For added savings before you set out from PER to USM, utilise Perth’s public transportation system to get you to the airport. If you’re departing from the T1/T2 platform, hop on bus route 380 from Elizabeth Quay Station, Victoria Park Transfer Station, Burswood or the Belmont Forum Shopping Centre. If you’re departing from the T3/T4 platform, you’ll want to take Bus 40 from Elizabeth Quay Station. The $4.80 AUD fare on either bus route will get you to Perth Airport in about 30 minutes. If you’re strapped for time or you’re bringing a bit of luggage with you to Koh Samui, you can catch a Black and White or Swan taxi to the airport. The 20-minute ride will cost $43 AUD from the CBD.
Parking at Perth Airport
Planning on leaving your car at Perth Airport while you’re enjoying the sun and sand in Koh Samui? Book your car park in advance to save money on drive-up rates.
Where to Park at Perth Airport
Perth Airport has a great long term parking options for travels wanting to leave their car at the airport.
Long Term Car Park: These spaces should be booked at least one week prior to arrival in order to take advantage of the $95 per week rate. You can also park for 2 weeks at only $10 per day. The Long Term car park includes 24/7 monitoring and provides a free shuttle to take you to the terminals that runs every 10 minutes. Parking for T1/T2 entrances is located on Kingsford Smith Avenue and Partridge Road. Long Term parking for T3/T4 entrances is located on Snook Road and Dunreath Drive.
Arriving in Koh Samui
Samui Airport (USM) goes by a couple of different names, including Sumui International Airport, Koh Samui Airport and Ko Samui Airport. It is located on the northern end of the island and was built by Bangkok Airways.
How to Get from Koh Samui Airport to Your Koh Samui Hotel or Accommodation
Koh Samui Airport (USM) has an array of transfer options to get you to your destination. You can book your transfer at the transfer counter in the arrivals area. A shared mini bus will get you from the airport into heart of Koh Samui for about $4.20AUD (100.00THB) a person. Please note that this service only leaves once it carries a minimum of five passengers. There are ample taxis. A one-way fare for a taxi will run about $16 AUD (381.00THB).
Things to do in Koh Samui
The pristine beaches of Koh Samui attract visitors from all over the world. To experience all the natural wonders of Thailand in one place, head to Ang Thong National Marine Park. The park covers 42 islands in the Gulf of Thailand and encompasses limestone mountains, thick jungle, flawless beaches, mangroves, hidden swimming pools, and picturesque waterfalls. Dine on the beach under a perfect sunset at Bophut Fisherman’s Village. Grab your scuba gear and head to one of Thailand’s most sought-after diving locations at Koh Tao. this island is also known as Turtle Island and its crystal-clear waters create the perfect conditions to admire vibrantly coloured reefs, unique marine life, and graceful sea turtles. The most famous attraction in Koh Samui is the 12-metre-tall Golden Buddha. Explore the surrounding temples that are filled with smaller and more intricate Buddhas, then pick up a meal and a souvenir at the shops and cafes.