Samui Wining & Dining
Joyous June

June is a great time to visit Samui, as temperatures are cooler and little rain can be expected.


1Once again Samui Wining & Dining shares inside info on where to go for the island’s best dining experiences, from fancy beachside dining to small local restaurants

Speaking of beaches, Chaweng’s Buri Rasa resort offers beachside dining at its best. Staying in Chaweng, you can find out about the chefs that head the kitchen at Poppies, one of the island’s oldest and most popular resorts.

     If you’re curious about local cuisine, read on. In this issue we give you the low down on Zalak – a local fruit sometimes known as snake fruit due to the texture of its skin. You can find out about our ‘catch of the day’, soft shell crab, and discover sticky rice and how it’s served and eaten.


     Foodies will be inspired reading about the Samui Culinary Circle, and golf enthusiasts will be pleased to find out that the clubhouse at the Santiburi Samui Country Club offers great food at reasonable prices and views to match the spectacular course.

     Now where has the year gone? It’s hard to believe we are already halfway through 2013 - happy reading and happy eating.


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