Koh Samui Attraction
Koh Samui is the perfect place for tourist who wants to find a great beaches, great seafood restaurants, adventure trip. You can head out along Koh Samui ring road. There’s plenty of nature, Thai culture, sightseeing, adventure attractions along the road.
Na Muang waterfall 1
The waterfall is located about 10 kilometers South of Nathon. It is about 80 meters high with waters rushing down the steep include creating a dazzling effect. Therefore; tourist needs to walk for a while to get there in the forest. It is surrounded by lush and verdant greenery and touch of paradise. It is an ideal for swimming.
Na Muang waterfall 2
The waterfall is located not far from Na Muang waterfall 1. It is just only 100 meters beyond Na Muang waterfall 1. This place is quieter and less visited but it perhaps more spectacular.
Hin Lad waterfall
The waterfall is located about 2 kilometers far from South of Nathon Town. It is 30 meters high, walk in the forest and climb to the upper tier of the waterfall to relax surrounded nature. Tourist can have a picnic as well. And enjoy swimming.
Big Buddha Temple/ Wat Phra Yai
Wat Phra Yai was built in 1972. It is located on a small island that is connected to Koh Samui mainland by a causeway. The Big Buddha is more than 12 meters tall golden statue. Big Buddha is the most popular Koh Samui landmark visible from miles. This is a temple, tourist needs to show respect and wear proper clothes and shoe while visiting. Great views from the up stairs, enjoy worshiping the Big Buddha status and take photos before walk down to the surrounding shops.
Two kilometers off the main road head to butterfly garden. A hidden Samui secret where four footprints are engraved one atop another. A treetop surrounding is a part of attraction.
This attraction is a must for tourist who is interested in the religion of Thailand. Because at Wat Kiri and Wat Khunaram are the place where two of Samui’s most revered monks are preserved, Buddhist monks are held in great respect by the locals.
Secret Hall of Buddha
An old ancient Buddhist temple and home to a beautiful white marble Buddha, Wat Sumret. Inside Wat Sumret is a valuable collection of Buddha images. You will be welcome by a resident monk, and allowed to enter on request. Remember to take off your shoes, and pay respects to the custom of the Thai faith. Ask at Samui Heritage Resort reception for more information on the dos and don’ts of entering a sacred Buddhist site.
Hin Ta Hin Yai
The grandfather and grand mother rocks located on South Lamai Beach, curiously shaped through years of erosion into a resemblance of the male and female genitalia. Tourist leaping down to have their photo taken with the “Grandmother” there’s something you don’t see back home