Rayong Province, southeast of Bangkok, is home to Ko Samet. It is Thailand’s third largest island. In the north of Ko Samet, there is a lengthy gorge, and a minor mountain range connects the east and west. The island is densely forested and dotted with coconut trees. Because of the year-round good weather on Ko Samet, guests can enjoy water activities such as windsurfing, snorkeling, and water skiing. Aside from the stunning tropical environment and the best beachfront swimming, Ko Samet is known for its low-cost, high-quality tropical fruits and seafood.