KSH3 - A drinking club with a running problem

View the new article about the Koh Samui Hash House Harriers published in Samui Times on 8 July 2014



Click here to view the GPS map of the run no. 550 of 6th July 2013 in Soi 1 Maenam

Click here to read the letter written by the Occasional Hasher about the Red Dress Charity Run 23 March 2013

View the new article about the Koh Samui Hash House Harriers published in The Nation on 23 February 2013


in the circleWelcome to the Koh Samui Hash House Harriers Website. You will find on this site our Hash Gallery, Hash Video and other information about the Hash.

The Hash run is designed for a group of individuals (Normally referred to as the "Pack" or "Hash") to follow a trail (true or false) of two or three other individuals (normally referred to as the "hares"). The distance varies from 7-10 km and the finishing point is usually the starting point... though not always so.

After the run (in case you made it back) we form a kind of circle and do stupid things and drink beer. That's it Hashers... On On

Meeting Point Lamai

in the circleThe Lamai meeting point is Red Fox Pub. Call Blue Lugs on 089-908-5311 in advance. Depending on Run location, transportation leaves at 2.30pm







Run Directions 29 August 2015
Time: 4.00pm
Hare: Leopard Piss
Location: Lipa Noi

Coming from Maenam:
turn off the ring road at the traffic lights (4174) towards Nikki Beach (There will not be a HHH sign at the traffic lights). Past Nikki Beach on your right and then the Samui Provincial Traffic Office on the left heading towards the Retro Bar and Navel Base. Fifty meters after the Traffic Office, you will see the HHH on the right leading to the beachside circle.

Coming from Lamai:
Turn left off the ring road leading to the Elephant Gate (4170). Turn immediately right (+-50 meters) towards the Raja Ferry. 2.7 kilometers and turn right at the T junction. 1 kilometer after passing the road down towards the Raja Ferry, turn right at T junction. HHH sign 200 meters further on your left before Traffic Office.


13 October 2012