Due to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) throughout Thailand and the resulting restrictions imposed by the Royal Thai and Provincial governments, Amphoe Ko Samui Stadium has been temporarily closed until further notice. We will keep you up to date any developments and please stay safe.
Sports, especially boxing, are a common feature in Koh Samui, which is why there are several sporting locations known as “Samui Stadium”. As a result, it can be confusing for tourists to locate the proper venue for one of the many sporting events held on Koh Samui.
One of the most popular stadiums is the Amphoe Ko Samui Stadium. Located on Proo Na Mueang Rd on the picturesque island, the stadium is home to many popular events.
Amphoe Ko Samui Stadium, Playground & Gym Equipment, Hua Thanon
Sports events make up the bulk of activities at the stadium, so it is not uncommon to have various local teams on location. A number of teams practice at the stadium particularly before tournaments held within the island. Visitors can make plans to watch some of the action at the stadium for the thrill of the specific sport.
In addition to the sporting events, Amphoe Ko Samui Stadium also hosts parties that bring fun and liveliness to the island. Moon parties are a common occurrence on the island, which is what makes it a big tick for the numerous tourists who flock to the island looking for a unique experience.
With a number of these parties planned for each year, individuals are advised to check the events calendar for Koh Samui in order to get accurate information as well as plan well in advance.
To get to the Amphoe Ko Samui Stadium from Chaweng, you should travel for approximately 30-minutes from the beach using Route 4169. The seaside drive is an amazing way to experience the natural diversity of Koh Samui.