Product Code : KSST-C
Koh Samui, the second-largest island in Thailand, located off the east coast of Kra Ishtmus, attracts customers from all across the globe for its perpetual hustle and bustle. From temples like Wai Plai Laem and Wat Phra Yai to the serenity found at the Chaweng beach, the island is loaded with waterfalls and splendid architectural accomplishments that can leave you speechless.
Known for its coconut grooves and the hilly rainforest region A touristy day on Thailand's second-largest island Koh Samui that is abundant with its sandy beaches and trees with coconuts hanging on them, begins with a pick-up from hotel in the morning, followed by a visit to the lake-surrounded Wai Plai Laem a stunning feat of ancient Thai-Chinese architecture which is a temple housing giant statues of the Guanyin and the Laughing Buddha. It is designed by Thailand's most prominent artist, Phumdonming.
Next is the Big Buddha Temple, locally known as Wat Phra Yai, located near a beach town called the Big Buddha Beach. A local temple that houses a gold-painted 12-metre-high statue of Buddha, it is a major tourist landmark attraction with free entry. A few kilometres away is the Chaweng Viewpoint also known as Lat Ko viewpoint a panoramic masterpiece located between the Lamai and Chaweng beach. The enchanting sunrise on the Chaweng bay is definitely a treat for the eye.
The Hin Ta (Grandfather) and Hin Yai (Grandmother) rock formations are a unique set of nature carving itself around the lives of its inhabitants. Shaped like male and female genitalia, the rocks have given birth to a local legend of tragedy and hope that attracts tourists from around the world. Additionally, the whole area is adorned with oceanside rocks perfect for a quiet little beach time. This is followed by the Monkey Theatre Show. A performing arena that showcases trained monkeys as they demonstrate unique tricks that have been taught to them. One of the most sought-after tricks is that of the monkeys harvesting coconuts.
One of the most-visited tourist attractions is the Mummified Monk a mummified body of the Thai monk Luong Pordaeng, who died in 1973, sitting in a meditative position displayed in a glass case. For some it might be a little shocking, but for the Thais, it is an act of reverence and reflection, and acceptance of the natural order of things. The Na Muang Waterfall 1 has cool water flowing down into a natural pool.
- Enjoy the Monkey Theatre Show
- Tour guide and hotel transfers facility available
- Take a swim in Namuang Waterfall
- Explore vibrant market of Nathon Town and show for souvenirs if you want
- Explore Grand Father and Mother Rock ( Hin Ta and Hin Yai) and learn about their legend
- Visit Chaweng view point and see Samui island from different perspective
- Explore local culture or history at Lady Monk and Big Buddha temple
- English speaking experienced guide
- Round-trip Transfers in an air-conditioned vehicle included from centrally located hotels in Koh Sam
- Personal expenditure
Know Before You Book
- Upgrade to private transfers from $212.80
- Children must be accompanied by an adult
Know Before You Go
- Please exchange your printed/digital voucher at the meeting point
- Please contact us 72hrs prior to the departure for pick up confirmation
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