Koh Samui’s Samujana Vibrant Songkran Festivities

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For the Songkran Festivities, Thailand’s equivalent of New Years, Koh Samui’s boutique luxury villa Samujana prepares a special ‘Songkran Eve’ party with other activities to give tourists a festive vacation unique to Koh Samui!

Songkran Festivities

Positioned on the island’s most sought-after hilltop location, a cocktail reception in one of Samujana’s spectacular villas will begin at sundown on Songkran Eve, 12th April. Guests will be welcomed with Tom Yum Martinis before being shown to their dining tables at an elegant pop-up Thai restaurant to start of a magnificent evening of entertainment.


Appetizers of soft shell crab and mango salad, spicy pomelo salad and fiery Tom Yum Khung will accompany live music performances. Traditional Thai dancers will then take over the stage as guests enjoy their main courses of massaman beef curry, panning red duck curry, wok fried clams and steamed chilli red snapper, and a mesmerizing fire fan ballet finalé will end the evening as guests indulge in desserts of mango sticky rice, coconut ice cream and fresh exotic tropical fruit.


As one of Thailand’s most vibrant festival, Songkran offers a charming mix of tradition and fun recognized globally, like the annual water fight. The following morning at the luxury villa estate,Songkran will begin at 11:30am as a Thai long drum parade will lead guests from their villas down to the Big Lawn, where they will be welcomed with flower garlands and a traditional Buddha blessing ceremony. All guests will be armed with water pistols and the lawn will erupt into a playground for adults and children alike. Water balloon fights, water slides, games, food, music and even the Samujana circus school will ensure everyone is completely soaked, with a shaded ‘no water’ zone with cushions and picnic rugs to relax before the next round of splashing.


The Samujana celebrations will run until 4pm, transportations will then be available to drive visitors to Chaweng to continue with the island’s festivities. For more information visit www.samujana.com, or email reservations@samujana.com or call +66 (0) 80 886 4226 for reservations.