Bang Rak

Bang Rak "Village of Love", once a typical Samui village is fast becoming a great little tourist and expat resort area of the island.

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As much as you find a lot of the same in each Samui tourist area, there always seems to be a unique vibe and feeling in each place. Bang Rak has a pretty laid back, peaceful feel about it. No one seems to be too bothered about anything here, it’s about taking it easy.

There is a good supply of budget accommodation around the area, and mid-range resorts too. There are a couple of higher end resorts with more on the way. Lovely private beach villas are also becoming more prevalent, a sign of things to come for Bang Rak.

Bang Rak is not short of dinning options. British expat owned pubs and café’s with traditional English fare can be found up and down the main strip. Along with many great little Thai retaurants, road-side café’s and food stands, with delicious authentic Thai food, cheaper than you’ll find in other tourist areas.

Not noticable from the main road, the beach front has a great variety of bars and restaurants, you'll find a couple of Samui's best restaurants here with both Western and Thai menus.

You’ll also notice a fair number of Go-Go bars along the central part of the main road. Nightlife here is not as much about banging music,  it’s more about enjoying a drink with friends in a lively bars.

As per usual your never to far from a 7-11, pharmacy or tour agency and ATM’s are present right along the high street.

At the Bang Rak Pier end there’s a high concentration of bars and restaurants to service the pier tourist traffic.

Bang Rak is well positioned to take or leave the party area of Chaweng, or the more upmarket bars and restaurants of Fisherman’s Village.

Located just 5 minutes from the airport, 10 minutes from Chaweng and 5 minutes from Fisherman's Village.