Samui’s most popular attraction, The Big Buddha sitting 15 meters tall first built in 1972. Most Visitors come to marvel at beauty of this remarkable statue at some point during their holiday.
Hin Ta – Hin Yai
These unusual formations are known as the Grandfather and Grandmother Rocks. The site is a popular attraction for locals and tourists alike because of their close resemblance to male and female genitals.
A pair of male water buffaloes are pitted against one another in what amounts to a fairly harmless head wrestling contest, which can be seen in many area around the island.
On Samui, the monkey is man’s best friend. Since for centuries the people here have used monkeys to do the hardest part of the work climbing the trees to pick ripe nuts on their coconut plantations.
Na Tian Butterfly Garden is a kaleidoscope of colour provided by hundreds of spectacular butterflies. For bug enthusiasts there’s also an Insect Museum, featuring rare insects from Thailand and other countries, and a bee house, which allows the visitor to observe the activities of bees.
Samui Crocodile Farm
Jaws and Claws! They’re all here. Siam crocodiles, Caimans, Saltwater crocodiles, snakes, lizards, monkeys and many others. A fascinating look at some of Thailand’s wildlife. Located behind the airport and easy to find.