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Koh Samui is Island Vibes Goals. Hunting lookouts and chasing sunsets is the life for me. I definitely recommend checking out Jungle Club and grabbing a drink. The view is spectacular.

March 3, 2016

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Sazzu Hope says:

HA, this is my market that I go to when I'm staying in Samui

The NYC Couple says:

Damn, glad you changed up that intro Christian 🙂

Rod Zilla says:

You're a great guy highlighting the plight of the poor elephants there in Koh Samui (and the rest of Thailand).

Don't get me wrong, Thailand is an absolutely fantastic place on Earth but this elephant trekking trade is definitely something NOT to be promoted to or valued by tourists.

Dave Smith says:

I would appreciate that t you are here update more place where you might need around to deep provide about the show the off the node the shadow that back you around … what was you could tip pass that pave you go round through ….ass well…bored again

itsMicdb Travels & Vlogs says:

Hi Christian, who did the animation at the beginning of your videos? Awesome videos! Thank you! 😀

TheLover Rosse says:

So fun✌🏻

Peter E says:

I see that you sat at the same table that i booked twice in january 2016 at Jungle Club, the view is amazing from there.

Allyson Goddard says:

Thanks for caring for the elephants. You'd be a great vegan. Never gotta worry about feet in your food 😉

Danielle Schwab says:

Thank you so much for showing everyone the elephants, it hurts me so much that people ride them and don't realize what they are supporting. I'm sure that was very difficult for you to see them, but having so many views on this video will make a huge impact, thank you

Alfie & Poppy says:

Me and my girlfriend are travelling Thailand this year, we are going to be posting videos of our adventure too. If you want to, please check us out, I also need some advice, do you guys think we should hire a moped in Samui? or a car? or just get taxi's? Thanks guys!

Rrr Kkk says:

I gotta question, did you leave your passport to rent the scooter?
What document usually they ask for?

Charles Cavalcante says:

Really cool ! I Will take the names of the places that you go 🙂

The Journey says:

don't waste food! there's starving people over in thailand that would eat chicken feet.

Tyler Chansiriwat says:

Can't wait to go there with my Bae

osmosiss o says:

I'm sure an American friend I met in Koh Samui in 2013 hired scoopy too☺ it was a pretty pink bike😃

Mylene Chalut says:

Thanks a lot for all the tips Christian!! We are leaving for Thailand next February. All your videos are helping a lot in our planning. This is just great!!!

Hugo Sanches says:


samui catamaran says:

Samui Camp is the sweetest viewpoint on the island

Bonn Flores says:

Its going to be my first time in El nido come june. is it worth it ? which accommodation you stayed?

Bonn Flores says:

Where do you get your stamina dude for travelling? Your vlogs are all genuinely amazing.

Gustav Vida says:

great trip! doit the same january! nice to see it….ty for upload! Love Samui!

Adrian Vonarx says:

Love your vlog bro, I wish this existed before I moved to Koh Samui. It's now my new resource for all of Thailand! It's so nice to see someone who actually calls out elephant trekking for what it is: animal cruelty/slavery at its worst. Please people, do not support this terrible industry, the elephants are forced to give rides 12 hrs/day, 365 days/year even if they are sick or injured. Instead, check out the ethical elephant sanctuaries where you can play with happy elephants 🙂

Andrea D. says:

Thank you for exposing the elephant issue, Christian. It's important that tourists make educated choices while traveling abroad!

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