Introducing Koh Samui

As one of Thailand’s largest islands and island regions, Koh Samui promises the visitor great variety in landscapes, attractions, resorts and nightlife. Whether you’re here in search of some family friendly luxury with spectacular sea views, temple tours and hiking trails, or lively bars with live music and entertainment, this fabulous island has it all. And having been in the tourism game longer than any other Thai island, Koh Samui has refined its ability to appeal to every type of traveller. From manicured beaches to backpacker shanties, this destination is as inclusive and diverse as it is beautiful.

Highlights of Koh Samui

Big Buddha Temple
This 12 metre tall Big Buddha statue is one of the most famous landmarks in the Koh Samui area and actually sits on the small rocky island off Ko Phan, just off Koh Samui.
Na Muang Waterfall
A wonderful place to hike, the Na Muang Waterfalls feature two of the Koh Samui’s most majestic water cascades – a great day out for those who want a break from the beach.
Wat Khunaram
This beautiful Buddhist temple is best known for being the shrine of Luang Pho Daeng (known as the Mummy Monk) who died in 1973. His preserved body is on display as a reminder of “the transience of human existence”.
Hin Ta & Hin Yai
These famous phallic rocks, known as Grandfather Rock and Grandmother Rock, are said to representative of the male and female genitalia. Located just off Route 4169, these rocks are free to visit.

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