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The list of Koh Samui's attractions is surprisingly long as the island and its surroundings are full of places to go and things to see. If you're interested in the intricate and symbolic Buddhist temple decor then you'll be hard pressed to take in all of Samui's 'wats' as there are many of them. Surrounding islands promise sun-filled days of exploration bliss while monkey shows, butterfly gardens, elephant treks and Samui Zoo cater to animal lovers' tastes.

Koh Tao & Koh Nangyuan Snorkeling Trip

Koh Tao is arguably one of Thailand´s best kept secrets. Known as a snorkeler and scuba divers paradise, visitors are encouraged to explore the crystal clear shallow waters, coral reefs filled with colorful marine life, feed the fish, wander the white sandy beaches or just sun bake amongst within stunning landscape. Koh Nangyuan is a tiny island attached to Koh Tao and is also known for its magnificent snorkeling and beautiful beaches. It also holds a large mountain and two smaller mountains for short hikes and spectacular views.

Ang Thong National Marine Park

Explore the exotic island of Ang Thong National Marine Park. Walk on pristine white beaches, swim in emerald green water, discover the island and various caves by kayak, snorkel the tropical underwater world and climb the mountain ranges.

Ang Thong National Marine Park by Speed Boat

Want to get more out of your day? This tour to the National Marine Park allows more activities to be compacted into one day, as you travel by speed boat, getting you to and from Ang Thong faster. This tour also gives you the option of elephant trekking or riding an ATV quad bike at the end of the day.

Big Game Fishing

Interested in chasing the catch of the day? Board a genuine Thai fishing boat which offers plenty of shade, with all equipment supplied including your rod, lines, trawling gear, bait and lures. Fresh cold drinks supplied all day as well as a Thai boat lunch and fresh tropical fruits. Not to mention the bragging rights if you snag the fish of a lifetime! Types of fish to expect include Barracuda, Cobia, Shark, Mackerel, Sailfish, Snapper, Grouper, Trevally, to name a few! BBQ your catch on board or take it home!

Koh Samui Jungle Safari

Are you ready for adventure, sport, culture and action? Be amazed by the variety of Samui´s nature, discover hidden cultural sanctuaries, learn from some of the traditional professions and go wild under the waterfalls. You´ll be surprised with the magnificent views over the gulf of Thailand and you´ll love the baby elephants. Make new friends on half and full day tours and find out everything you always wanted to know about Koh Samui through dedicated tour guides.

Koh Samui Extreme Cable Rides

Want an adventure you´ll never forget? Tour Samui´s rain-forests by cable - gliding from tree house to tree house above the rain-forest canopy. No experience necessary, completely safe and fully insured.

Samui Quad Bike Tour

Explore Koh Samui´s jungles by quad bike, travelling on an exciting journey - 1, 2 or 3 hours in length. Trek under lush coconut groves, through rivers and fruit plantations, along winding jungle tracks and to hidden waterfalls. Whether you have ridden a quad motorbike before, or a beginner, this fun day out suits everyone. Training is provided and guides are there on hand to assist throughout the trip. The tour includes transfer to and from your villa, all equipment, assistance, fuel and insurance, plus refreshments are available from the viewpoint restaurant.

Samui Shooting Range

Want to try something different, something you've never done before, something that will make your heart race and adrenalin pump? Samui Shooting Range offers such an opportunity! With a number of various firearms on offer, this is your chance to take aim and shoot in a safe environment with skillful instruction.

Dolphin Tour Samui

This tour operator is fairly new on the island but is already becoming one of the favorites. Offering a unique speed boating experience, Dolphin Tour Samui operate small half day and full day group tours, exploring Koh Samui´s coastline, visiting hidden caves, island hopping, shopping, snorkeling and most importantly pink dolphin (sousa chinensis) watching. What also makes this tour operator special is they are actively involved in the Wild Dolphin Protection Team Co. Ltd.

Samui Ocean Sports

Koh Samui is a water sporting paradise, with the ingredients of sea, sun and surf! If you are up for getting wet, then we can offer you a wide range of environmentally friendly water sporting activities. We can provide you with all the equipment you need, plus years of experience. So why don´t you give it a go, get some exercise, and jump into a kayak, try your hand at windsurfing or get on one of our very fast sailing catamarans. Lessons, courses and assistance are provided by our professional team and we promise you´ll be up and going in no time (Lessons given in English and German).

Samui Private Boat Charters

Every boat or yacht charter is pure luxury all the way - offering unbelievable sights and experiences to be relished, from arriving at some of the islands hippest beach clubs for the afternoon to watching pink dolphins at play as the sunset over the national marine park. Whether your looking for an adrenaline packed day diving to the depths of the ocean floor or looking to enjoy some quality time with the family - ocean charters offer an sight into how to get the most from your day as an on-board guest. Delicious meals, beverages, overnight stays, day long trips - the choice is yours.

Around Samui Island Tour

Take a comfortable air conditioned van or Jeep around the island for a look at some of the main Samui attractions. You'll visit waterfalls, see monkeys and marvel at weird & wonderful rock formations - full or half-day tours are available.

Eco Adventure in Koh Samui

Sate your appetite for environmental conservation with an eco-tour. Whether it be the jungle tour, the full-day eco adventure, or a feature-packed safari tour, all lead to a greater understanding and appreciation of Mother Nature.

Snorkeling in Koh Samui

The Gulf of Thailand is graced with a number of idyllic snorkeling sites. A fascinating underwater treat awaits you on Samui, Koh Phangan, the Ang Thong Marine Park and unique Koh Tao & Koh Nang Yuan.

Sea Kayaking in Koh Samui

Paddling through Angthong Marine National Park is a joy: travel past narrow ravines into green lagoons, land on silky white beaches, explore ancient limestone caves and admire bizarre rock formations.

Samui Golf

From mini-golf to the real thing. Samui's golf scene is moving forward. The island's first and currently only, professional standard golf course, opened in 2003 offering a gorgeous location in the hills above Maenam.

Samui Sport & Ourdoor Adventures

Stay active on Samui! We have five exciting new activities for you to participate in. Try Jungle Trekking with experienced guides and learn the secrets of the rain-forest; challenge yourself to some real rock n' roll on the back of an All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) and fly through the air with the greatest of ease on the amazing Sky Fox Cable Ride.

Big Buddha

On the northern coast of Koh Samui is the famous Big Buddha shrine. Probably Samui's most well known landmark, the 12 meter high golden Buddha can be seen from several kilometers away. Inside the surrounding temple are many different shrines and other smaller ornate Buddhas. There is also a small market selling a wide range of lucky charms and other souvenirs, alongside numerous food stalls.

Buffalo Fighting

If spectator sports are more to your liking how about a bit of buffalo fighting? This local sport was traditionally held as entertainment after the rice harvest but now is a regular gig with sometimes millions of baht changing hands over the winner - and that's no bull!


You'll find a three-screen cinema in the Tesco lotus complex. Showing both Western and Thai movies, the cinema is a big hit with the locals. Reasonably priced and with comfortable and spacious seating, the cinema is the same as any in the west.

Hin Ta and Hin Yai Rocks

Art often imitates Nature, but less common is Nature imitating Art, especially the Art of the Ribald. But in Thailand anything is possible including, on Koh Samui, the natural geological formations known as Hin Ta and Hin Yai Rocks (the Grandpa and Grandma rocks), which look, respectively, like male and female genitalia.

Koh Phangan

Although justly famous for its Full Moon Parties, Koh Phangan has a lot more to offer visitors than all night dancing. There are few day trip options from Koh Samui, apart from sailing cruises, so at least an over night stay is recommended.

Laem Sor Pagoda

This pagoda is to be found at the southern most tip of Koh Samui, which is also the end of Bang Kao Beach. Its golden hue, glowing in the sunlight, makes for an astonishingly beautiful contrast to the Columbia blue sky and the turquoise sea behind it.

Monkey Show

Koh Samui is synonymous with coconut trees - there are literally plantations all over the island, and until tourism arrived, coconuts were the main industry here. How do you get at the coconuts? Enter the monkey, considered as man's best friend, these industrious little animals are greatly prized and give a demonstration of their incredible dexterity (and not just at picking coconuts) in the outdoor theater. The entertainment also includes performing elephants.

Moulin Rouge

This popular cabaret show and bar, formerly the Christy's Cabaret before changing ownership, features three shows nightly at 8pm, 9.30 pm and 11 pm. Some 20 performers bring out their inner Lady Marmalade with song, dance and fabulous costumes. The earlier show is a more 'soft and sweet' performance suitable for families, while things heat up for the later shows. Entry is free but drinks, at 220 to 360 baht each, are pricier than the average bar or nightclub.

Muay Thai (Thai Boxing)

Thailand's beloved national sport Muay Thai, is taken very seriously throughout the country and Koh Samui is no exception! Although Thai boxing is regarded as the worlds most dangerous martial art it is surprisingly graceful to watch. Chaweng stadium near the Reggae Pub is the biggest on Samui and hosts all the major fights on the island.

Na Muang Waterfalls

Although Samui has several waterfalls, the two Na Muang waterfalls are probably the island's most stunning. The name Na Muang (meaning purple in Thai) refers to the massive purple rocks that create the waterfalls. Rocks and tree roots form a natural staircase that leads to the base of Na Muang 1. A large natural swimming pool sits under the waterfall, although beware of the hidden rocks when diving and swimming.

Samui Crocodile Farm

A fascinating look at some of Thailand's jaws and claws! They're all here. Siam crocodiles, Caimans, Saltwater crocodiles, snakes, lizards, monkeys and many others. Location: behind the airport and easy to find. Remarks: Showtime: twice a day 14:00 and 16:30.

Secret Buddha/Magic Garden

The secret Buddha Garden was the inspiration of one man who built several statues, temples and waterfalls, in a hidden location high up in the hills of Samui. It's possible to drive to the garden by 4WD vehicle, but probably less hassle to take one of the many jungle tours offered by travel agencies and resorts. Contact a few places to compare prices.

Snake Farm

Some of the most famous scary and poisonous snakes in Asia are goaded into action by experienced snake wranglers, who dodge and weave, duck and dive, as the snakes try to grab their attention. A must-see for almost anyone visiting the island.

Wat Kiri Wongkaram

This is a beautiful white temple with a contrasting roof made of red, green and yellow tiles. There is a small Buddha statue sitting before the entrance. There's not much else to see in this compound.