What most love about Thailand is the tropical climate. Koh Samui - with average temperatures around 28 ° C - is to travel well with low humidity of July to October. In general, the year the sun shines. August is the high season in Samui.
Thailand is a paradise for culinary delights.
A fragrance of exotic foods and spices is always in the air. Curry spices, shrimp paste, coconut milk. Garlic, lemon grass, coriander, to the smell of fried fish, lobster, chicken and vegetables. Be enchanted by the flair of Thailand.
Koh Samui has a tropical climate with average temperatures around 28 ° C. The weather is generally good all year round, with sunshine and low humidity of July to October. August is the high season on Samui. The Pool Villa - Koh Samui is located on the Gulf of Thailand. The best season for diving is January to May and September to October.
Temple - Big Buddha
The vast majority in Thailand are Buddhists. The temples are a cultural center for each village. Many of the 'Wats' in the land have become tourist attractions. This disturbs the inhabitants remarkably not and they still go to pray. The most popular attraction is the temple of the golden-covered Buddha statue is located on the small island of Koh Faan. The island is connected by a short causeway from Big Buddha beach.
Hin Ta & Hin Yai
Also known as the 'grandfather and grandmother rocks' - bizarre rock formation that looks like a female and a male sex organ.
The rocks are the symbol of the southern Lamai Beach, and are among the most photographed tourist attractions. According to legend, suffered here a couple shipwreck and fossilized.
Heavens Garden - Garden of Heaven
Here is an extraordinary sculpture garden, which was created by an extraordinary man. Nim Thong Suk was a resident in the fourth generation. At the age of 77 years he began to produce figures.
These figures reflect back part of the story of the Buddha and are in a romantic and unspoiled wild garden, through which a stream flows down a small waterfall.
On Samui there are some waterfalls. The best known are the two Na Muang Falls. The first drops of 18.5 meters directly into the underlying pool of water in which to refresh on hot days can also be seen. The second falls from 80 meters down and then flows through several small pools gradually into the valley. While the first is conveniently accessible by car, you have to enjoy the second waterfall schedule a walk and definitely bring sturdy footwear. In the dry season you can find here unfortunately only small rivulets which rise on the rock faces down. Another beautiful waterfall is the Hin Lad waterfall, which comes in several cascades down through the rain forest and its offshoots is the same temple.
Buddha's footprint - Buddha's Footprint
There are four footprints are the other. Each is artistically engraved with images of Buddha's story. The footprint is located in a small shrine to the 150 steps lead uphill. Top genießene towards a view over the plains to the mountains and the sea. The entrance to the temple is not well signposted and is located on the left about two miles west of the turnoff to the butterfly garden on the road 4170th
Mummified Monks - Mummified Monk
Wat Khunaram: The mummified body of the most revered monk from Koh Samui, Luang Pordaeng is kept and shown where he died more than 20 years ago here in the same meditation posture. Route 4169 between the Na Muang waterfalls and Hua Thanon.
Elephant treking - Elephant Tour
take a 'journey' through the jungle on one of these magnificent animals.
Pearl Farm - Pearl Farm
see, are grown and harvested like pearls on a neighboring island.
You will find in the most amazing colors and shapes fish that swim in the tropical waters around Koh Samui.
Butterfly Farm - Butterfly Farm
Butterflies of Samui of flora and fauna in a beautiful garden.
Working monkeys - monkeys working
or visit a coconut farm and much more ....