Things to do and places to visit in Koh Samui are countless and interesting. The island has plenty of visiting sites from nature to artificially. Come here you enjoy the feeling of fun, experience the true feeling “alienation of everything” on the tropical island splendor around Koh Samui.
Thong National Marine Park
Ang Thong National Marine Park is an archipelago of 42 islands in the Gulf of Thailand. You can explore many things here as high limestone mountains like towers, jungle as well as white sand beaches, waterfalls, lakes and bays hidden all over. Located in the view of Koh Samui, Ang Thong Park is a well-protected area of more than 100 square kilometers including land and sea, and is home to a diverse array of wildlife and marine life. .
On the northern shore of Koh Samui is the famous Big Buddha shrine. This can be considered as the most famous place in Samui. This 12-meter tall golden Buddha statue can be seen from several kilometers. Inside the area around the temple are many small shrines as well as many small Buddhist statues that flower. There is also a small chapel that sells many kinds of lucky charms, souvenirs and countless food counters next door.
Thailan has Koh Samui as Vietnam has Halong Bay. If you are in Thailand, you can have a flight to Vietnam and join in our Halong bay tour from Hanoi!
Hin Ta and Hin Yai
Art is often imitated nature, but it is strange that nature is going to “clones” that art, especially the “vulgar” art. But it is true that in Thailand there is nothing impossible, including in Koh Samui always. The natural geographic formation known as Hin Ta and Hin Yai Rocks (Hin Tai and Hin Yai rocks) are in the same order as the male and female genitals.
Na Muang Waterfalls
Although in Samui there are not only a few waterfalls, but the two Na Muang waterfalls are probably the most beautiful, no less beautiful paintings. The name Na Muang refers to the huge purple stones in the waterfall. The rocks and roots form a natural stairway leading to the ground of Na Muang 1. There is also a large and large lake at the foot of the falls.
Just 10 minutes walk to the mountain you will be led to Na Muang Waterfall 2. The highest waterfalls in Koh Samui, and the beauty of Namuang 2 can only be described as unparalleled.
The monk mummy at Wat Khunaram
The most famous monk’s mummy (there are a few, not just a mummy) is Luang Pordaeng displayed here. Luang Pordaeng died more than 20 years ago and according to his will his body was placed in a specially designed glass poster. Still stored until now and there are signs of decay.
Samui Aquarium with tiger show
Both the aquarium and the zoo are home to many of Thailand’s favorite tropical creatures, both land and water. There are a lot of coral fish, giant catfish, as well as sharks, including Leopard and Black Tips. At the local zoo next door, there are South Asian tigers, parrots, hornbills, eagles, eagles and even otter.
Koh Samui Ladyboy Cabaret shows
It may be that these shows are not for everyone but for the fans there is nothing to scoff, and Chaweng Beach has a myriad of shows for you to choose from. The third sex in Thailand is known worldwide, in part because they have a lot of here and also because they are very feminine. In fact, it is hard to know if the beautiful young girl you are paying attention is a girl from birth or not, just as many visitors are surprised to find out…
Secret Buddha Garden
This secret garden is hidden high above the hills of the inland part of the island, giving you an extremely majestic view as well as an extraordinary collection of statues in the bush of the surrounding forest. These gardens are the fruit of an older fruit grower in Samui, who began building temples and statues in this pristine greenery.
This place is one of the “gatherings” of the most famous scary snakes in Asia. Sometimes, you will also see performances by solid trainers who can dodge and wobble and dive as the snake clings to them. You can also watch the centipede and the scorpion, as well as the Thai chicken stone here. These programs help improve Thai knowledge and entertainment style. This is a place not to be missed by anyone visiting the island (unless you are too frightened by these no feet)
Wat Plai Laem
Situated near the Big Buddha in the north of the island, colorful and fun Wat Plai Laem, is a newly built Buddhist temple. Here are elaborately decorated and floral art, including 18-magnitude Guan Yin picture and large white Maitreya Buddha statue placed on the lake surface. Small tip is that if you donate money to the temple keepers you will get a bag of food to throw the fish live under that lake.