See the beauty of Koh Samui by visiting various historical sites and exploring nature by visiting the local Na Muang safari park and the waterfall!
Explore the second largest island in Thailand called the Koh Samui where you will have a chance to visit a variety of historical landmarks and beautiful sights. Your journey begins with a car ride to the Big Buddha temple which contains a huge gold-plated statue of Buddha that stands at 15 meters tall. You will behold the Buddha statue in the temple that is portrayed in a serene and resolved way as you ascend the staircase that is embellished with naga statues that sits along the stairs. Your next stop would be the Grandfather and Grandmother rocks that attracts tourist all year round as the rock formations resemble the male and female genitalia. The bizarre rock formation has become a trending photo spot due to its comical appearance. The surrounding area offers beautiful landscape of the crystal clear water that stretches a great distance with an unobstructed sight of the spectacular sky which adds a sense of calmness and tranquility to the atmosphere.
Visit the Wat Kiri Wong Karam Temple that houses mummified monk that was said to have died in the early 20th century but the body did not decompose even after death. The phenomenon resulted in the locals to believe that the event was a work of a miracle instead of the work of science. The temple features an impressive artwork and architecture, with colourful tiles, carvings and statues around the temple. The temple is surrounded with scenic pathways and lush greeneries, making it a perfect spot for shutterbugs out there for a photography affair. Explore the luscious jungle to discover various Buddha statues striking different poses, which was the work of an old farmer named Nim Thongsuk who began putting up these statues around his garden in 1976.
Once afternoon approaches, you will head to the Namuang Safari Park where you will have a chance to catch the animals residing in their abode. You will be provided with delicious lunch at the restaurant in the park. Then, you will have the opportunity to watch animal shows which features the beautiful animals in the park, which includes the elephants, monkeys, macaw birds, crocodiles and snakes! Continue your journey by traversing through the verdant jungle where you will stumble upon a glorious sight of the waterfall and the sweet sound of the water cascading down to rocks. The 80-metre tall waterfall is not too far from the Safari Park and is surrounded by a thick, lush jungle. Take a dip into the pool where you will feel refreshed and rejuvenated after a cold swim. The final stop of the tour would be to the rubber plantation, where you will gain some insight on the process of making rubber and products made out of rubber.