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Koh Samui

Thailand live cam present live camera from koh samui. From April1 2021 Thailand reduced the mandated quarantine period from 14 days to 7 days for fully vaccinated travellers in Phuket, Krabi, Koh Samui, Pattaya and Chiang Mai. For those who have not yet been vaccinated, the quarantine period is reduced from 14 days to 10 days in the entire country Koh Samui is one of the most visited islands in Thailand and the second largest island. Koh Samui has a great selection of pubs restaurants and night clubs. For all the party people it is recommended to go to the Chaweng area and for those who are looking for less night life and quieter will want to get to Bophut Beach or Mea Nam Beach. The main gateway to Koh Samui Island is the private airport owned by Bangkok Air, which operates daily flights from Bangkok, Phuket and Chiang Mai, with a direct flight once a day from Chiang Mai to Koh Samui. Until recently, Bangkok Air was the only one that operates flights to the island, today Thai Air also operates two flights a day from Bangkok to Koh Samui. This option is the most expensive and can cost about $ 150 for a direct flight, of course it depends on the season and the availability of the flights. Another way to get on a flight to Koh Samui, but a cheaper flight, is a flight package that includes a ferry that low-cost airlines offer, such as Air Asia and Nok Air. The package includes a flight from Bangkok or Chiang Mai to Sortani or Nakorn Si Thammarat and from there a ferry to the pier and a ferry to Koh Samui. Those interested in lowering costs have the option of a package that includes a bus ride from Bangkok combined with a ferry. Koh Samui Island is not a place to be missed when visiting Thailand. Koh samui is the third largest island in Thailand and probably one of its major tourist destinations. By the end of the 1960s, however, almost no one knew him. And within 50 years it has grown to become a huge tourist center. There is a huge variety of attractions in Koh samui suitable for all ages. For example, you can start at the spectacular Namtok Hin Lat waterfall, which also has several swimming pools. Also worth a visit is the picturesque village of Ban Lipa Yai where locals specialize in growing exotic tropical fruits. In addition, it is recommended to visit Wat Kunaram Temple and the Great Buddha Temple in order to spice up the holiday with a spiritual experience. It is also not worth giving up the butterfly garden which contains over six thousand types of butterflies, and a large variety of other insects. Beyond that, Cosmoi offers a selection of water attractions including scuba diving, boating, windsurfing and kayaking, and there are quite a few sporting activities ranging from yoga, through bowling and golf, to bungee jumping. Do not miss the jeep trip in the jungle of the island, the trip to Koh Tao and Koh Nang Yuan Nature Reserve and of course the spectacular trip to the breathtaking views of the Angton Coral Reserve, a trip which is combined with snorkeling and kayaking. In fact, settlement in koh samui began about 1,500 years ago by Chinese and Malaysian fishermen. They are probably the ones who gave the island its name. The explanation is that the name "covert" comes from the Chinese word "saboa" which means safe anchorage. For centuries, however, the settlement on the island was sparse. There were few fishing villages and most of the livelihood was in agriculture: growing tropical fruits. The coconut and dorian fruits of Koh samui - their name has come a long way. In those days the cruise to the island of Koh samui could last 7 to 8 hours, and the traffic on the mountainous island was difficult as there were no neat roads. Let's tell the truth - the island was quite cut off from the mainland. Then in the 60s, and the seeds of change had already been thrown away on the island. It started with the flower children, the lone hippies who were on their way to Kathmandu and India as part of the journey to enlightenment, they found themselves coming to this secluded island to find peace and disengagement. Slowly the place made a name for itself among the members of the hippie community and in the 70s many backpackers began to flow into the place. The locals, mostly farmers, began to engage in tourism. They rented their houses for lodging, cooked food for backpackers who came to lie on the beach. In 1973, traffic on the island improved: the construction of the first perimeter asphalt road, which was only 2 meters wide, was completed. Maybe it was because the hippies were getting older, maybe the stories they told upon their return to the West enticed slightly more pampered travelers, but the standard of living on the island has gone up. In the 1980s, bungalows began to be built on the island, and here and there hotels began to emerge, first basic and then more luxurious. The main upheaval began in the 1990s. In 1989 the airport was established on the island, and the island of Koh samui became more accessible to tourists, and the tourists on the wings of planes came in droves. The island was flooded by a wave of construction that peaked in the early 21st century. Roads, hotels of all levels, shops and attractions. Within 40 years the island has become a well-kept secret of a very small hippie community, an international-class tourist center that attracts tourists of all kinds and from all over the world. Link to lametayel Some of Koh samui's cameras belong to - The Real Samui Webcam

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Phuket

Thailand live cam present live camera from phuket. Phuket is the largest island in Thailand for those who like to walk and travel there is a lot to see in Phuket like attractions, restaurants, cafes, pubs, clubs and also a mall and all these things are found in the Patong Beach area. There are several ways to get to Phuket Island, the fastest and most convenient way is by flight from Bangkok or from any other destination you are in. The flight from Bangkok takes about an hour and a half to Phuket National Airport, and from there most tourists continue to Patong Beach in about an hour’s drive. Another cheaper way to get to Phuket is by taking a bus from Bangkok that takes about 13 hours to the city center. Phuket is not a place that can really be missed when visiting Thailand. Indeed in Phuket there is everything from everything, everything that holidaymakers in Thailand are looking for, there is in Phuket. The island is large, but in the end the distances are short, the traffic is good and everything is accessible. This is perhaps one of the reasons the island attracts tens of thousands of tourists each year. True, there are those who are precisely what deters them, are undecided huh??! So maybe we'll tell you a little bit about him. What bad will not hurt! 1229 / 5000 Translation results Phuket has an abundance of beaches, small parts almost unfamiliar, some convenient for bathing and some wild. The two best-known and most visited beaches are in the west of the island: Patong Beach and Karun Beach, and although the two are geographically close, they are fundamentally different. For those looking for the doing and activism that will choose Patong Beach. The beach has already become the partying city of the Thai West. In Patong you will find plenty of nightclubs open to the blazing crowd until the early hours of the morning, plenty of parties, shopping malls, cinemas, restaurants, and bars. On a beach day full of baths and water sports from side to side, jet skis cross the waves and motorboats attract the skiers. Right on the beach is the bustling promenade and immediately behind it is Rajiotit Street - the main street on Patong Beach. In the center of the beach you will find the "Bengal" street which connects the street of the sea to the "Rajiotit" street. Every night this street is closed to traffic from all directions and becomes a pedestrian street - where you will find from all the goodness the turbulent nightlife of Phuket. Those looking for the pampering, those who want a little more serenity will opt for Karon Beach. A total of five kilometers south of Patong Beach, one can always hop on to experience the nightlife of Patong Beach and return to serenity at Karun Beach. The beach is long and sandy and the water is clear and its color is turquoise. Part of the beach is accessible only by a dirt road used by local hawkers. The beach has plenty of quality hotels that are also suitable for the whole family, and deep behind the beach there are streets with good restaurants and relatively solid entertainment centers. white beaches, sit and watch the coral reefs that are revealed under such clear water. A sea of ​​turquoise and azure spread out on the horizon. Sit in a comfortable chair, sip a fruit smoothie, let the barber fall into the sand and your eyes close. But, the wind caresses soothingly. What peace. Maybe we'll take the snorkeling gear to watch the colorful fish, or maybe we'll invest in a local dive course. That's right- this is how it is on the Samui line, right. But so it is with Phuket. Just need to find the right beach. Turbulent nightlife. Bars. Clubs. Cabaret performances. Alcohol. Restaurants and of course shopping. Adrenaline flows in the arteries, adrenaline flows in the streets and beaches. During the day you skip from one water sport to another, surfing, bananas, water skiing, jet skis and paragliding. And from there move to the mainland: Omega Park among the jungle trees. Bungee jumping. ATV riding. Truth - that's exactly what it is in Pattaya. But so it is with Phuket, just need to find the right beach and the right sites. We came to Thailand, and decided to bring the kids too. Need to please the kids, you know how it is, came all the way to Thailand, and we will not make them happy? Of course they will want to meet animals. Let them ride elephants, visit butterfly farms and watch an entertaining monkey show. If possible some large aquarium, see the fish, but still stay dry. We were also happy to let them taste a little jungle, that they would understand what the rainforest is for its thicket and cascading waterfalls. In general we would be happy to tire them out at some amusement park, preferably with dinosaurs, dinosaurs and kids it really goes well. If there is also a large water park in the area - then in general you have won. What did you say? Hua Hin? No! Phuket. Yes all of these in general are in Phuket, plenty of doing for the whole family. Maybe you even came for the view. You are looking for a sea in all shades of blue. You want to sail in long-tail boats between huge cliffs that emerge from the vast and forested water. You are interested in paddling in a kayak between the islands to retire on a secluded beach somewhere under the rock. You’d be happy to go on day trips, visit James Bond Island, or hop on the pee line. You are so longing to witness the insane tropical sunsets. Of course, you want Krabi. To Krabi or Phuket, the eastern shores of Phuket are the other side of the Andaman Gulf which is closed between Krabi and Phuket. Link to lametayel

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khao Lak

Thailand live cam present live camera from khao lak. khao Lak has recently become a popular place thanks to its luxurious hotels. The hotels offer excellent accommodation for both children and parents. The easiest way to get to Kao Lak is to fly to Phuket or Krabi and take a taxi from there. It is also possible to get there by train, the train station closest to the area is in "Surat Thani" from where you can take a bus to Khao Lak. The ride cost is about 4 hours. You can also get to the area by bus. There are no buses whose destination is Khao Lak, but buses traveling to Phuket, Ranong, and Suratni pass through the area, stopping at your destination at your request. Buses from Bangkok to the area depart from South Station, Sai Tai Mai and travel time is approximately 12 hours. Link to lametayel

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