Ko Samui

    Ko Samui (Thailand): cruises in a port

    Choice of a cruise from the port Ko Samui (Thailand). Booking a cruise from ports of Thailand online. Quantity of ships in the port Ko Samui (Thailand), cruises from a port Orion Expedition Cruises.

    The coconuts are harvested for the most part by specially trained monkeys. An insider's tip until a few years ago, Ko Samui is becoming an increasingly popular holiday destination, but this has not yet taken anything away from its idyllic charm. For anyone looking for a place with perfect white beaches, crystal clear light-blue waters and picturesque landscapes, Ko Samui is the right place. The most visited sight on the island is 'Big Buddha', a statue of Buddha built in 1972 that stands 12 m high. .


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    Insignia
    Nautica
    Azamara Quest
    Silver Muse
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    Silver Shadow
    Mein Schiff 3
    Seven Seas Mariner
    Silver Shadow
    Nautica
    Mein Schiff 3
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    Westerdam
    Mein Schiff 3

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