Koh Samui is blessed with quite a few spectacular waterfalls; however there are only two that are easily accessed and having good facilities. They are Hin Lad and Namuang. The best time to see any of the falls on Koh Samui is during or...read more.
These fascinating rock formations have been carved by nature's elements to resemble male and female body parts. Called Hin Ta and Hin Yai, this area is perhaps one of the most photographed places in all of Koh Samui.
At Wat Kiri Wongkaram you will find the well-preserved, mummified body of the monk named Loung Por Ruam. He was placed here 25 years ago and looks remarkably good. You will find this Wat south of Nathon, close to Taling Ngam, off route...read more.
The Big Buddha
This 12 meter gold statue of the Lord Buddha in a seated position is one of Koh Samui's most popular attractions. A peaceful place to come, relax and contemplate, this Koh Samui landmark is a must for visit...read more.