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When to Visit

Chill on the Deck

High season is from November to April, during which we promote outdoor and daytime activities such as hiking, biking, and many more adventures and excursions. During the warmer months from May to September, the property offers a large variety of indoor and evening activities, in addition to whale shark watching from January to March.


Festive Seasons

For New Year’s Eve there is a gala celebration with cocktails, New Year’s Eve Dinner, followed by a fireworks display.

A national water festival traditionally celebrates Songkran, the Buddhist Lunar New Year. Guests can join the water splashing activities with our hosts and go out on the town for even more fun.

August 12 - The Queen’s Birthday - This day is also known as Mother's Day in Thailand. Guests are invited to light candles and join in the singing of Her Majesty the Queen's favorite songs to celebrate her birthday.

Celebrate 'Loy Kratong Day' by floating mini kratong made from banana leaves and flowers to give thanks to the God of Water and to make wishes for a happy future. Guests are invited to join the Loy Kratong Festival by floating kratongs at the resort.

December 5 - The King’s Birthday - This day is also known as Father's Day in Thailand. Guests are invited light candles and join in singing His Majesty the King's songs to celebrate his birthday.  Buildings, private homes and businesses are illuminated to celebrate the King's birthday.

Food Seasons

First Saturday of Every Other Month
Samui Fine Dining Festival - Six Senses Samui organizes the Six Chefs Six Courses Charity Dinner at Dining on the Rocks. Reserve a table at Dining on the Rocks on that particular evening, and all the proceeds will be donated to a Samui charity.

Thai Holidays

1. New Year’s Day - January 1
2. Makha Bucha Day - February 22
3. Chakri Memorial Day - April 6
4. Songkran Festival - April 13 to 15
5. National Labour Day - May 2 (Substitution for Sunday, May 1)
6. Coronation Day - May 5
7. Visakha Bucha Day - May 20
8. Asarnha Bucha Day - July 19
9. H.M. The Queen’s Birthday - August 12
10. Chulalongkorn Memorial Day - October 24 (Substitution for Sunday, October 23)
11. H.M. The King’s Birthday - December 5
12. Constitution Day - December 12, 2015 (Substitution for Saturday, December 10)
13. New Year’s Eve - December 31


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