2016 UPDATE! The 5th edition of The Koh Samui Guide is now available – and even better!
The Koh Samui Guide (August 2015)
We have no shame – we’ll set the scene. A recent email took us from sitting like zombies in front of a computer … to dancing, screeching and even high-fiving the dog. If you picture tweens at a One Direction concert, you’re on the right track. It was a totally out-of-the-blue, unsolicited email from a Kindle customer of The Koh Samui Guide. Here’s what she had to say:
The Koh Samui Guide: Reader review
Dear Alex and Charlie,
I just wanted to send an email to say thanks for creating such a fabulous guide book. I downloaded it to my Kindle and loved every page. My only wish was that it was longer, as I felt rather sad when I’d finished it!
Anyway, thanks for all the wonderful info. Awesome guide book. We’re looking forward to putting it to good use in July.
Any chance you’re going to write a few pages in the future about arriving in Bangkok as a farang? Or a few days in Bangkok as a stop-over before arriving in Koh Samui? The writing style you both have is so refreshing and unique!
You can imagine it made our day week month. We thanked her profusely (stopping just short of offering to clean her gutters) and will definitely add a few Bangkok notes and tips to our next update. (For the mean time, here are our best suggestions for Bangkok attractions and the Jim Thompson House specifically, plus tips for flying Bangkok Airways out of BKK, Bangkok Suvarnabhumi).
Whether you love using your Kindle, Kobo, or prefer the flexibility of a PDF, you’ll find a version of The Koh Samui Guide to suit:
It doesn’t take much to make us happy but our Tor-euphoria (um, eu-tor-ia) will be lasting for some time. Back to dancing….