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Baan Tropicana

About Us

Your Resort on Koh Samui

Welcome to Baan Tropicana Koh Samui, a fabulous and cozy boutique pool villa resort set within it's privately walled tropical gardens with a backdrop of magnificent mountain ranges and lush tropical jungle surrounds.

Perfectly located, Baan Tropicana is just a moments walk from Ban Tai Beach, a palm-fringed 2-km-long strip of pristine white sand with views across turquoise waters to Samui's sister islands Koh Phangan and Ang Thong National Marine Park.

Established over twenty years, Baan Tropicana's most popular facilities include the beautiful Beach, an outdoor swimming pool, Free WiFi throughout the property, Family rooms, an Airport shuttle service upon request, Vehicle Rentals, Free onsite parking, non-smoking rooms a 24-hour front desk and local amenities nearby.

Surrounded by natural beauty, with hospitality our priority, it’s safe for us to say a stay at Baan Tropicana will ensure a memorable tropical island holiday for the whole family.


What our fantastic Guests say...

Baan Tropicana is a hidden gem in Koh Samui.

The staff went above and beyond to make our stay perfect.

Baan Tropicana exceeded all our expectations.

Paradise found! We will definitely be back.

The most amazing vacation we've ever had!

Beautiful beach and perfect location would recommend.

Our Team...

Jon Buckley

Resort Manager

Patchaa Buckley

Head of Hospitality

Pi Chai

Airport shuttle Service

Pi Sak

Pool & Villa Maintenance

"From arrival to departure, our priority is to ensure our guests experience the best on Koh Samui and create unforgettable memories at Baan Tropicana"

Jon Buckley


Frequently Asked Questions

What available amenities are nearby?

Amenities immediately nearby include a local convenient store, a Gym, and bars and restaurants on the beach. Heading towards Maenam center just a few minutes away you'll find a fresh food market, shops, pharmacies, gas filling stations, ATM's, banks, currency exchange booths, a small Mini C supermarket, a variety of bars and restaurants and a post office.

What activities are available nearby?

Aside from the beach, one of the most popular nearby activities enjoyed by everyone is the Walking Street night market in Fisherman's Village. The Santiburi Golf Course and the nearby Gym are also popular activities. To find out more about activities and things to do on Samui, see our guides to Koh Samui.

Do you offer airport transfers?

Yes, we provide convenient airport transfer services upon request for our guests.

Is breakfast included in the room rate?

Breakfast isn't included in the room rate, however our self catering luxury villas are fitted with fully equipped kitchens, there's a fresh food market nearby and there's several restaurants on the beach. Nearby Maenam also offers various restaurant's and cafes catering to all tastes.

Is there a spa at the resort?

Unfortunately Baan Tropicana does'nt have a Spa, but contact the staff at front desk who will provide you with information on the best Spa options on the Island.

Is Baan Tropicana a family Resort?

Yes, we welcome families and singles.

Are pets allowed at the resort?

Unfortunately, pets are not allowed at Baan Tropicana.


Ban Tai Beach

Just a moments walk from Baan Tropicana is Ban Tai beach, a 2-km-long strip of pristine white sand located between Bang Por and Maenam beaches on the Northern coast. With it's majestic sunsets and views to Koh Phangan and Ang Thong National Marine Park it's hard to match. It is often mistakenly called Bang Por from which is only separated by a tiny rocky cape. Facing north, this beach is a haven of tranquility.


You can find cool independent beach bars and restaurants on Ban Tai beach, and if you're looking for one of the perfect places on Koh Samui to catch a sunset, this is it. Not only does the sky turn into an incredible rainbow of reds and yellows as the evening arrives, but the reflection on the beach means you'll get the illusion of walking on perfect pink sands.

What's Nearby

Beautiful Beaches in Koh Samui

The beautiful beaches in Koh Samui are the main reason why the island appears on the bucket list of so many travellers. With over 50 km of coastline and a tropical climate that offers a yearly temperature of about 30°C, it’s no wonder Koh Samui is one of the most popular destinations in Southern Thailand.

Temples & Shrines

Temples and shrines in Koh Samui are great for experiencing the island's traditional lifestyle and taking a break from its splendid beaches. Buddhism is the dominant religion in Thailand, followed by Chinese folk religions such as Taoism. A visit to temples on Samui Island will give you a glimpse of real Thailand.

Viewpoints & Landmarks

Exploring the island to find the best vantage points and landmarks can be an exhilarating and memorable highlight of your trip. You'll only need to rent a motorbike for the day – or you can do it more luxuriously by hiring a private driver or by joining a tour to take you to each fabulous viewpoint and landmark.

Spa & Massage in Koh Samui

Spas in Koh Samui are excellent for those seeking a place to relax and unwind. Thailand is, of course, famous for its signature massage, which is a must-try while you're here. The variety in range of spas available in Samui is extraordinary, with anything from small family-run shops to exclusive resorts.

Thai Boxing Gyms in Koh Samui

Thai Boxing 'Muay Thai' has become a very popular sport and hobby all over the world. Most people find it challenging and interesting but it also keeps them in tip-top shape. Koh Samui has quite a handful of well-maintained gyms devoted to Muay Thai training. They offer training sessions for people of all ages.

Santiburi Samui Country Club

Santiburi Samui Country Club is the most renowned golf course and the only championship course in Koh Samui. Offering 18 holes through the magnificent lush hills, streams and valleys with spectacular views above Samui's northern coast, Santiburri is indeed a world-class golf course.

International & Thai Cuisine

The sheer quantity and variety of Koh Samui restaurants ensure that you need never go hungry anywhere on the island. From delicious local snacks to international 5-star cuisine, every taste is catered to. No matter where you're from or what food you like, you'll find it somewhere on Samui for you.

Shopping in Koh Samui

Shopping in Koh Samui is diverse, with hundreds of bargains to be found around the island. While almost every corner of the island has a store or market worth visiting, the main shopping sites are Chaweng, Lamai and Nathon. You can buy anything from designer handbags to souvenirs.

Nightlife & Entertainment

Samui nightlife is famous for being one of the best in Thailand. The variety of discos, clubs and beer bars is a major pull. Classic Thai dancing and Thai boxing bouts can also be found, whilst Thailand's legendary Full Moon Party awaits every month on easily reached Koh Phangan Island. 

Nearby Island's

Ang Thong National Marine Park

The Ang Thong National Marine Park is a pristine archipelago of 42 islands in the Gulf of Thailand. It features towering limestone mountains, thick jungle, white-sand beaches, waterfalls and hidden coves and lakes to explore. Both Koh Samui and Koh Phangan are part of this breath-taking beautiful archipelago of 42 islands.

Koh Phangan

Koh Phangan is Thailand's 5th largest island that's located just 12 km north of Koh Samui and is still barely developed. Ferries from Samui are at hand to get there, leaving frequently throughout the day. It features many idyllic, long white-sand beaches a mountainous terraine and is home to the world-famous Full Moon Party,

Koh Tao

Koh Tao just 1 hour north of Samui by speedboat is one of the best scuba diving and snorkeling destinations in southern Thailand. The perfect white-sand beaches which ring the island are surrounded by crystal-clear waters. So far from civilization and while still being easily reached, it is the idyllic tropical island paradise.

Seasons in Samui

Dry Season

Dry Season (December to February): Dry season is also high season in Koh Samui, when rains stay away, and the temperatures are slightly lower (think 28 degrees instead of 35 degrees Celsius). This also translates to calmer waters, perfect for swimming and kayaking. Expect fully-booked hotels and lots of people on the beaches.

Hot Season

Hot Season (March to August): means 30-plus-degree heat all the time and high humidity, with longs hours of sunshine and very little cloud cover. Though it rains in Koh Samui starting in May, it's usually in the form of short showers. This is the best time for snorkeling, kayaking and diving and your best chance to spot whale sharks.

Rainy Season

Rainy Season (September to November): The off-peak season in Koh Samui coincides with the monsoon season, when strong tropical storms hit the island regularly. September is still relatively dry, but during October and November, it can rain for several days in a row, though there are usually many breaks in between, when the sun still comes out.

Baan Tropicana

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Baan Tropicana


7/21 Moo 5, Koh Samui, Surat Thani 84330, Thailand


+66 (0) 64 160 0381

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Baan Tropicana
7/21 Moo 5, Koh Samui, Surat Thani 84330, Thailand


Phone: +66 (0) 64 160 0381