Fly to Koh Samui via Bangkok with British Airways and find yourself in your very own slice of paradise less than 13 hours after leaving London. Explore some of the region’s 60 idyllic islands, relax on white sand beaches, indulge in traditional cuisine and see the world from a new perspective on an elephant trek. Whether you want to party with like-minded travellers from all over the world or find some serenity in the miles of unspoilt coastline and turquoise waters, Koh Samui has something for everyone.
Koh Samui flight facts
Everything you need to know about our Koh Samui flights
Our flights to Koh Samui via Bangkok take around 12 hours and 45 minutes. On your way to Thailand, our friendly cabin crew will take care of your comfort and safety throughout, leaving you to sit back and get on with enjoying your holiday.
We operate several flights from London Heathrow to Koh Samui via Bangkok every week, making it easy for you to start your holiday at a time that suits you. Make the most of airport, online and mobile check-in options and spend less time travelling, more time enjoying the destination.
Once you touch down at Koh Samui Airport, there are plenty of shared and private transport options to take you on to your final destination. Book transportation from the counter inside the arrivals hall, where a list of prearranged prices is available for travel to popular locations across the island. Alternatively, international car rental outlets are also located at the airport.
With a number of convenient flights leaving London for Koh Samui via Bangkok every week, it's easy to choose a comfortable flight time that suits you with British Airways.
Choose to fly with hand baggage only or pick a price that includes a 23kg checked baggage allowance and free seat selection 24 hours before you fly. Enjoy our complimentary on-board food and bar service and take advantage of our online and mobile check in options to spend less time waiting at the airport.
The climate in Koh Samui is tropical, with high temperatures throughout most of the year. December to February tends to be dry and warm, with some periods of wet weather between September and November and dry, hot weather from March to August.