|Koh Samui Airport Shuttles|
|You can reserve a hotel in Koh Samui or you can make discount airport transportation reservations.|
Koh Samui Private Transfer also offers comfortable private transfer services for passengers to and from the airport. These shuttle services have English speaking drivers so the language barrier won’t be a problem. You’ll need to make advance reservations to have your preferred shuttle service pick you up at the airport.
Air-conditioned taxis are also available just outside the Arrivals Hall, and they will take you to any destination on the island. The airport is located at Bo Put, Koh Samui Distict, Thani Surat 84320.
Hotels near USM
Samui Reef view Resort located 4km from Lamai Beach offers an amazing view of the Gulf Coast. A peaceful and modern setting with Wi-Fi and complimentary transfers. Rocky’s Boutique is another lovely hotel with 3 pools and dozens of amenities. It features an award winning restaurant—the ideal place for a romantic getaway. Bill resort, Samui Sense Beach Resort and Lamai Wanta are other fine choices.
About Ko Samui Airport
Ko Samui is a privately owned Airport managed by Bangkok Airways which operates flights to and from the facility. The airport code is (USM), and since February 2008 Thai Airways has also been serving the route.
Ko Samui Airport, is situated on the northern end of the island in proximity to Bo Phut Beach. The terminal was built in 1982 and started operations in 1989.
Flights between Samui Island and Bangkok are served by Bangkok and Thai Airways, with layovers in the city of Bangkok and connections to many European and Asian destinations. Both airlines offer daily flights between the airport and Bangkok mostly on the Boeing 737 which carries 149 passengers. China Southern Air also frequents the route.
Thailand’s largest private carrier, Bangkok Airways currently has plans underway to transform Ko Samui into their second hub after Suvarnabhumi Airport, the country’s main major airport within the next couple of years. the airport currently handles approximately 1.4 million passengers annually.
The airline plans to increase its capacity and launch direct flights to international destinations for medium-range routes using the small airport. This plan is under the airline’s plan to increase growth as well as a directive of the airport’s property fund. There are also future plans in place to provide non-stop flights from Ko Samui to Kuala Lumpur, Bali, Dubai and Shanghai. Current destinations from the airport include; Chiang Mai, Hong Kong, KU-Tapao, Singapore, Phuket and Krabi.