The island is full of splendid natural and man-made attractions. They include mummified monks and the famous grandma and grandpa rocks (Hin Ta & Hin Yai). Attractive waterfalls add beauty and nothing can stop you having a blast on Samui Island. Nature lovers can visit to Ang Thong Marine National Park for an amazing day trip. They can enjoy a genuine get away from all and feel in the splendid tropical islands. People who loves religious imagery and architecture can visit the Big Buddha especially at the time of sunset. Avail the best packages to Thailand with XploreDealz.
On the northern coast of Koh Samui is the abode of the famous Big Buddha shrine. Probably Samui’s most well known landmark, the 12-metre high golden Buddha is visible from several kilometres away. Inside the temple, there are many different shrines and other smaller ornate Buddhas.
Hin Ta And Hin Yai
In Thailand anything is possible and in Koh Samui, there is a natural geological formations. This formation is known as Hin Ta and Hin Yai Rocks (the Grandpa and Grandma rocks). These looks like male and female genitalia respectively.
Wat Plai Laem
Wat Plai Laem is a colourful and interesting Buddhist Temple based in Koh Samui. The temple features very ornate decor and art with 18-arm image of Guanyin. Guanyin is the Goddess of Mercy and it also have a large white Chinese Buddha set on the lake.
Samui has several waterfalls but the two Na Muang waterfalls are probably the most picturesque. Na Muang refers to the huge purple rocks at the waterfalls. Rocks and tree roots form a natural staircase that leads to the base of Na Muang.
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