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Introducing KOH Samui
KohSamui's repertoire of things to do and see is varied and interesting. Frommummified monks to the famous grandma and grandpa rocks to attractive waterfalls and more there's nothing to stop you having a blast on the island. For those interested in religious imagery and architecture the Big Buddha will impress - especially at sunset. The take-with-a-pinch-of-salt ladyboy shows are good for a laugh.

Things to do and see in KOH Samui

Big Buddha Beach
On the northern coast of KohSamui is the famous Big Buddha shrine. Probably Samui's most well known landmark, the 12 metre high golden Buddha can be seen from several kilometres away. Inside the surrounding temple are many different shrines and other smaller ornate Buddhas. There is also a small market selling a wide range of lucky charms and other souvenirs, alongside numerous food stalls.
Na Muang Waterfalls
Na Muang Waterfalls, a majestic set of two cascades on KohSamui, show that the island’s beauty is not limited to its beaches. Found inland about 12 kilometres south-east of Nathon Bay, the Na Muang falls are reached by taking a walking path from the entrance to the park. The first waterfall, Na Muang 1, flows down into a pretty natural pool that provides a cool escape from the heat. About 30 minutes by foot further uphill is the smaller yet equally inviting Na Muang2. Namtok Na Muang, or ‘Purple Waterfalls’, are so named because of the striking purple shade of their rock faces. There are other waterfalls to visit on KohSamui, but these are considered to be among the most scenic. Na Muang is a popular place for families to relax and swim, and there is an elephant safari camp nearby where you can organise a ride through the jungle. Many Samui tours include a refreshing stop at the Na Muang Waterfalls on their itinerary.
Lamai Beach Attractions
If you are based in Lamai, it is worth hiring a jeep or motorbike to explore the surrounding environs, as a lot of the interesting attractions are located on the outskirts of Lamai itself. Some of the island's most popular tourist sites are located in this locality, such as HintaHinYai and WatKhunaram, so if you can drag yourself off the beach, you could easily fill a couple of days exploring the area.
To the South of Lamai, it seems as though the rapid development of the majority of the east coast abruptly ceases, and after the Muslim Fishing village of HuaThanon you can step back in time to the Samui before mass-tourism, with verdant jungle-clad hills, water buffaloes grazing by the roadside, and little shack-cafes selling soft-drinks and simple Thai food.
Samui crocodile farm At bophut beach
Samui Crocodile Farm in Bophut is a fascinating place to find out more about Thailand's jaws and claws! They're all here; Siamese crocodiles, caimans, saltwater crocodiles, snakes, lizards, monkeys and more. The farm covers an area of 8,000sqm and is located near the airport.
The SCF has a good set up and a lot of shade and the three-times-daily crocodile and snake shows are not only fun to watch but are unusual and full of excitement.

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