Known as ‘Grandfather and Grandmother Rocks’ these gigantic rock formations have naturally occured over many thousands of years. They are close to Lamai Beach and a hugely popular in tourist photos but the beaches around them are worth a visit alone!
Chaweng is the longest beach on Koh Samui. With Hotels, Restaurants and more along the beach with fire shows in the evening too which I think we would all find entertaining to watch .
One of Koh Samui’s main attractions this major landmark is easily spotted, a shining 12 meter-high golden Buddha. Around the temple you can see the beautiful view and sunset, If you’re hungry, don’t worry, there will be a multiple restaurant inside the temple for you to choose same with a souvenir shop.
Fisherman’s village, Bophut
Street food, interesting things to buy like locally made souvenirs and gifts and a bustling atmosphere . This is a a historical part of the island and buildings are rustic, lending an air of mystery to the village. Lots of the restaurants have open terraces opening on to the beach front too, perfect for sunset drinks.
Na Muang Waterfall
Surrounded by lush green jungle the Na Muang waterfall is in such a stunning location, with the opportunity walk through the flora and fauna to reach it. It’s the largest waterfall here, and is in the Na Muang Safari park which has a zoo, aquarium and more too – a full day out.
There is of course a lot more to do on Koh Samui, and I really hope we get to visit one day! Have you been?