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Koh Samui attractions extend beyond the beautiful beaches the island is known for, though they are definitely attractive in their own right. If you want a break from all of that lounging in the sand, though, there are a host of unusual things to see, which make the most of the island’s unique culture and charms.

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Tourist Attractions

Big Buddha

Samui's most popular attraction, the Big Buddha was built in 1972 by the local society to give visitors a place to worship. This monumental landmark is placed on the island's Northern shore.


The beach

Located in the north of Samui has good swimming preferences. This area is more quiet than the big tourist centers Chaweng and Lamai. Maenam Beach is some two kilometers to the west of Bophut on the north coast of Koh Samui. Maenam Village is largely untouched with some of the shop houses along the beach being 75 years or older.


Hin Ta and Hin Yai

Hin Ta and Hin Yai (Grandfather and Grandmother Stone) are strangely shaped granite boulders at the south of Lamai Beach, crafted by the elements to resemble male and female genitals.


Snorkeling trip

The combination between the wonders of the underwater world surrounding Koh Samui and the aquatic freedom that snorkeling can grant is a powerful one. Simply gliding through the warm waters of the Gulf of Thailand, taking in the exotic marine life is intoxicating and many full-day and half-day tours offer the best of this magical world. Surrounding islands offer the chance of a lifetime to spot the wildlife below the waves - and in gin-clear water, too.


Na Muang Waterfall

Na Muang Waterfall is located between Hua Thanon and Nathon in the Southwest sector of the island just off a concrete road at Ban Thurian, making it easily accessible to visitors. Rocks and tree roots form a natural staircase leading directly to a large pool at the base of the waterfall. Be careful when diving or swimming in the pool, however, as shallow, sharp rocks are obscured by the frothing falls.


Butterfly garden

Na Tian Butterfly Garden is situated on a hillside overlooking the ocean on the southeast corner of the island. Visiting the Butterfly Garden is a great way of getting close to some beautiful creatures that one would otherwise only ever see as a flash of vivid color against green forest. The butterflies on the Samui farm flit about naturally amid tropical foliage, but they can't completely escape from view.


Hin Lad Waterfall

Hin Lad Waterfall Temple is a small, peaceful temple lie on the left of the Hin Lad Waterfall trail. Cross over the bridge and stop for a moment of reflection while you feed the fish (fish food costs very little at the restaurant near the bridge). An interesting Buddha image stands back to the right in a small natural, niche formed in the side of a large boulder and has lush vegetation surrounding it.