D Varee Diva Avenue Samui is a well established resort perfectly suited for a relaxing getaway.
Set amidst lush tropical garden in Chaweng area, this stylishly designed resort is near Koh Samui's hottest spot and entertainment belt.
It is situated within 5 minutes, walking distance to the beach and is only 15 minutes drive to Koh Samui International Airport.
The resort features 75 spacious guestrooms, fully equipped with all essential in-room amenities to provide most comfortable and pleasant stay.
:: Superior Room - 56 Units ::
Superior rooms with a spacious area of 24 sq.m. allow guests to relax in the privacy of their room while taking full advantage of all conveniences carefully selected and provided for their comfort.
:: Deluxe Room - 19 Units ::
With the size of 27 sq.m., guests can enjoy a roomy area equipped with
a wide range of modern in-room amenities. All rooms come with private
balcony, refrigerator, and coffee & tea making facilities.
SERVICES & FACILITIES
:: Wine & Dine ::
:: Mellow Deli & Dining ::
Indulge yourself in a dining retreat at Mellow Deli & Dining where an all day menu, Thai and International dishes, are served from breakfast to dinner.
Fresh ingredients, lively surroundings and exceptional services are combined to create the right mix of a truly pampering dining experience.
:: Meetings & Events ::
Open Daily : 07.00 am. - 10.00 pm.
The Avenue Samui is the ideal solution for your event needs on any and every occasion with two trendy
and tastefully decorated function rooms available for meetings, conferences, and seminars.
The rooms, fully equipped with complete set of audio-visual facilities,
can also accommodate up to 300 persons.
Benefit from a range of facilities. Take in a breath of fresh air from our roof top swimming pool, overlooking the skyline of Chaweng Beach.
Alternatively, sport enthusiasts can just enjoy working out in air-conditioned exercise facilities with our friendly staff ready to assist you.
- Samui International Airport: 2.0 km.
- Nathon Pier: 28.0 km.
- Chaweng: 0.3 km.
- Shopping area: 0.2 km.
- Town Center: 4 minutes walk to Chaweng Beach,
1 minute walk to Thai boxing stadium
- Big Buddha Temple is Koh Samui's most popular attraction.
This monumental attraction is situated in the Northeast of Koh Samui and near the airport.
Built in 1972 by the local society to give both visitors and the locals a place to pay respects to The Lord Buddha,
The Big Buddha sits at 15 meters tall. Visitors will marvel at the size and beauty of this remarkable statue.
This stunning statue can also be seen from kilometers away and even from the air when arriving or leaving the island.
At the base of the statue, several shops and restaurants are available to cater to the needs of devotees and tourists alike.
- Paradise Park Farm is a Koh Samui's largest attraction set on the island's highest mountain, Khao Pom.
It is covered by a tropical rainforest full of waterfalls, rivers, exotic birds and wildlife.
For a visitor looking for a place to relax and get up close to nature, Paradise Park Farm, located in Taling Ngam sub district,
sits on a beautifully preserved verdant forest with an area of 20 acres.
The park is also home to wildlife as well as hundreds of bird species.
Paradise Park Farm opens for visitors from 09.00 am to 06.00 pm and shuttle service is provided at a fair price.
- Koh Samui Go-Kart. For visitors who seek the need for speed, Koh Samui Go-Kart is the place to go.
Located in Chaweng area and west of Bophut, the Go Kart track offers 2 types of karts available for both beginners and experienced riders.
The track also provides instructions and protective gear for your safety, what is left to do is only to jump in and off you go.
The course is open everyday from 09.00 am to 09.00 pm.
- Koh Samui Butterfly Garden is situated south of the island in Na Tien area.
Apart from the numerous species of butterflies on display, there is a variety of plants such as herbs and rare wild flowers for visitors to enjoy.
The garden also features the bee house, a Thai style house which allows the visitor to observe the activities of bees,
and the insect museum which displays rare insects from Thailand and other countries.