SilkAir offer Koh Samui to Aussies

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The Big Buddha. Shirley Sinclair

SINGAPORE Airlines' SilkAir is offering Australian travellers award-winning service to the tropical paradise destination of Koh Samui, Thailand.

Launching flights through Singapore using the Singapore Airlines network, SilkAir is adding Koh Samui to its burgeoning list of Thailand destinations.

Operating on a thrice-weekly flights on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, SilkAir's A319 aircraft indulges both economy and business passengers.

"We are delighted to add Koh Samui to our growing network of destinations. We are confident that many will enjoy this beautiful beach destination which is renowned for its white sandy beaches and blue inviting waters," said SilkAir's CEO, Marvin Tan.

SilkAir - a full-service premium airline - currently flies to 36 destinations in 11 countries and was ranked second in the Best Regional Airline (Asia) category in the 2011 Skytrax World Airline Awards.

Visit to view fares and book flights to Koh Samui,

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