Welcome to Samui one of the world most beautiful tropical islands

Koh Samuiis famous island in Thailand. And both Thai and foreign tourists are called the island as "Heaven Gulf of Thailand" Since the island has an abundance of outstanding with tourism resources, beautiful and attractive varies as the Beautiful natural sights such as pure clear water White sand beach parallel Coconut Beach Besides natural seaside. There are waterfalls with cold water almost throughout the year. There are attractions that represents the culture of the local inhabitants, such as measuringLamai Temple, Big Buddha Temple etc.

And around the island is a lot in coral reefs in the south of the island. Which is the source of the famous shallow diving of Koh Samui. Not only the natural attractions, and you can take a day trip to another island around.

The best beaches in Koh Samui

1.Chaweng Beach  As the gem of Samui, Chaweng Beach is a must see,  for good reason, Chaweng is 7 km long with beautiful sand lining the whole beach. you will find good restaurants, massages, and party bars. Some of the more popular party bars that operate all night include the famous Ark Bar and Cha Cha Moon Beach Party. You will find a variety of restaurants and bars where you can pull up a chair, however finding an umbrella or a lounge chair normally comes at a price tag from one of the many hotels. In busy season, this beach is packed, you will also find the buskers out in full force and hard to find a moment to yourself.

2.Silver Beach  is  the popular beach here!  250m-long tropical beach paradise set in a charming little bay facing northeast located just north of Lamai Beach, at the foothills and cliffs separating Lamai from the more popular Chaweng area on the east coast of Koh Samui.

3.LAMAI  Beach  attracts a much “chiller” crowd than the high-end resort and party lined Chaweng beach. This beautiful laid back beach offers the largest sandy beach area on the Eastern side of Koh Samui and features wonderful swimming areas. Lamai is often a popular spot for expats and backpackers. You will find many more restaurants lining this beach, most of them offering free use of the sun chairs if you purchase a drink or buy lunch from their restaurant. At the end of Lamai Beach is where you will find one of Samui’s top attractions, a rock formation called Hin Ta and Hin Yai which is a beautiful rock formation and has a pretty neat Lamai viewpoint. You will find that being the number 2 beach on Samui that it can be quite busy.

4.Lipa Noi curves around to the west at its southern end, where there is a small Thai naval base, but for most of its length it is north-south running, and while you can’t see the Five Islands from here, the sunsets can still be tremendous.

5.Bophut Beach is close to the many attractions of Chaweng, close to the airport, and also on the main road to the west coast, Nathon town, and the ferry terminals. However it is the new lifestyle centre emerging in Bophut's own Fisherman's Village that is becoming the biggest draw. Here we find the tightest concentration and best variety of restaurants and beach bars on the island, along with a walking street, night market and a wide variety of shops and services. And Fisherman's Village is rather quaint. With a couple of bars offering music or minor entertainment in the high season, visitors can easily ’make a night of it’ here. Visitors now come from all parts of the island to spend an evening, or couple of hours, in  Fishermans Vllage.



The Big Buddha temple.

Just only 10 minute away from the airport. The big Buddha is siting just off the corner of Koh Samui on a little tiny island are the local name for the temple is “Wat Phra Yai”

Hin Ta Hin Yai

Grandfather and Grandmother rocks of Koh Samui, the Hin Ta and Hin Yai rocks is one of the island’s main attractions. To my surprise, the rocks are shaped as male and female genitalia and have an entire myth and folklore revolving around them. Located in between Lamai and Hua Thanon.

Na Muang Waterfalls

There are other waterfalls to visit on Koh Samui, but these are considered to be among the most scenic. Na Muang is a popular place for families to relax and swim. Many Samui tours include refreshing stop at the Na Muang Waterfalls on their itinerary.

Take a trip to Ang Thong Marine Park

Ang Thong Marine park a protected area of more than 100 square kilometres of land and sea. It is home to a rich variety of exotic wildlife and sea creatures. Snorkelling, hiking, sea kayaking, diving, and simply relaxing are the main activities to enjoy there

Secret Buddha Garden Secret Buddha Garden

Here also known as Heaven's Garden or Magic Garden, is the kind of place where each visit brings some new discoveries. With statues of all shapes and sizes scattered around the grounds, a wrong turn or a closer look behind a tree may yield yet another hidden surprise.

The fisher village

was initially a haven for fishermen. Many of the original shops were to support the large fishing industry here. Fisherman’s Village has transformed completely into one of the most popular areas on Koh Samui. The original shops have been converted into tourist shops, galleries, and boutiques. Fisherman’s Village is a top attraction on Koh Samui because you can find everything here, from great restaurants, shopping, accommodations, and much more.

Chinese Temple (Hua Thanon)

This is the “Guan Yu shrine”, the most recent addition to Samui sightseeing temples.Guan Yu Shrine is a 16-metre bronze statue, built by a Chinese islander as a celebration of Chinese heritage. more and more Chinese people honor and pay respect to him for his moral characteristics:loyalty, honesty, righteousness, humanity, and courage. Buddhists believe that paying homage to Guan Yu will return fortune and wealth.

Guan Yu Shrine is located in the southern town of Hua Thanon, just south of Lamai on Koh Samui’s Ring Road.

Wat Plai Laem 

is a Buddhist temple on the resort island of Ko Samui, Thailand. Like the nearby Wat Phra Yai, or Big Buddha Temple, it is a modern temple created in recent times. Its main statue is not of Gautama Buddha but of Guanyin, the "goddess" of compassion and mercy.

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