- Tour Info -
Car Type：Toyota Commuter (5-10 Passengers)
Depart Time: 13:00
- Places to visit -
Hin Ta and Hin Yai Rock
Hin Ta and Hin Yai, some fascinating rock formations on Koh Samui’s south coast, have been a source of mirth and wonder on the island since they were discovered by the locals many years ago. Art often imitates Nature, but less common is Nature imitating Art, especially the Art of the Ribald. But in Thailand anything is possible and these rocks, known as Grandpa (Ta) and Grandma (Yai), look, respectively, like male and female genitalia.
Na Muang Waterfall(Optional Elephant Riding)
Na Muang Waterfalls, a majestic set of two cascades on Koh Samui, 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.
Big Buddha temple sits majestically on a small rocky island off Koh Samui’s north-eastern corner. Known locally as Wat Phra Yai, its golden, 12-metre seated Buddha statue was built in 1972 and remains one of the island’s most popular attractions. Set on Koh Faan, Big Buddha temple is reached by a causeway that connects it to the main island. The Big Buddha can be seen at a distance of several kilometres and is often the first landmark people see when arriving to Samui by air.
Lat Ko Viewpoint
Lat Ko Viewpoint is one of the best places in Koh Samui where one can see spectacular panoramic views of the ocean. Located between Lamai and Chaweng Beach on Route 4169, visitors can walk along the paved path to the rocky, rugged coastline and see the almost glowing blue water touch the clear blue skies above in the Chaweng Bay. To fully experience the breathtaking beauty of Lat Ko Viewpoint, visitors should come early to watch the magnificent sunrise.