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Centro comercial
“This Buddha greets you upon arrival as you fly over it upon arrival. The short walk up to the Buddha offers lovely views over the bay. As well as that you can there a few lovely shops within the grounds as well as lovely local places to rest and have a bite to eat.”
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Flea Market
“Every Mondays is food market and every Friday is walking street with many local food and souvenirs.”
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Centro comercial
“Laid back modern open air shopping mall with a cinema and the best grocery store for imported goods on Samui.”
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“Chaweng Beach A very busy beach in Samui is Chaweng Beach. This is very popular because of its proximity to the airport and the fact that it is a highly developed area on the island. People come here to experience the local nightlife at the Green Mango Strip and get a taste of yummy Thai dishes. Those are looking for souvenirs to give to friends and family, will love it here as there are a good number of shops where you can buy locally made trinkets and goodies ”
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Buddhist Temple
“These lovely Wats offer a tranquil way to see how the Thai people worship, with an array of different types of Buddha's. We generally take our sketch pads with us for some quiet and relaxing time.”
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“Great music venue on the beach with plenty of bars, thumping out great retro music.”
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Flea Market
“Friday night market is a must! Choice of many great restaurants on the beach ”
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“A fun place to indulge the beauty that offers dancers and sun bathers alike”
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“One of Samui's oldest clubs, this club is located in the heart of the nightclub scene in Chaweng. ”
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“Popular resting status. Can walk, jogging, swimming, strolling in the fresh air and beautiful view. And the people are not too many.”
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“Coco Tam's is a fun and extremely popular beach bar located just outside of The Wharf Samui. With beanbags on the beach, swing seats at the bar, cabanas, shisha and even a large projector screen, it is the ideal tropical relaxation spot and one of the top nightlife attractions in Fisherman's Village.”
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Jardín de esculturas
“Secret Buddha Garden is hidden away high in the hills in Koh Samui's interior, offering majestic views and an unusual collection of statues amid lush jungle surrounds. The gardens are a creation of an old Samui fruit farmer, Nim Thongsuk, who in 1976 began erecting several statues and temples around his family's verdant land. The statues depict a number of animals, deities and humans in various poses, including one of Khun Nim himself, in a relaxed position sitting on a rock. Khun Nim continued to work developing his garden until his death at the age of 91. The garden surroundings are cool and peaceful, with a waterfall and stream flowing through, all shaded by thick jungle foliage. The Secret Buddha Gardens are found in Samui's interior, to the north-west of Lamai Beach. With the steep and bumpy road, getting up here is a challenge best done in a 4WD vehicle. Many visitors choose to come here on a day trip that includes a tour of the gardens. Secret Buddha Garden, also known as Heaven's Garden or Magic Garden, is the kind of place where each visit brings some new discoveries. With statues of all shapes and sizes scattered around the grounds, a wrong turn or a closer look behind a tree may yield yet another hidden surprise. During his working years, the Garden's founder Khun Nim was known as an innovative durian farmer, who helped Samui become famous for this prized pungent fruit. Upon his retirement he opened his family's land to the public and assembled a team to develop the garden, sculpting many figures representing mainly Buddhist folklore. Each statue has a story to tell, and most Thais will know the meaning and mythology behind these evocative works of art. Secret Buddha Garden sits atop the Tar Nim Waterfall peak. The views from within gardens and on the road leading up to it are spectacular, with many stops to enjoy the island panorama along the way. Location: Secret Buddha Garden is found on a hilltop, just off Route 4169 (ring road) at Baan Saket. Remarks: If visiting Secret Buddha Garden on your own, the entry fee is 80 baht per person. How to get there: In Baan Saket, get on the air force road leading up to Ta Nim Waterfall. The road turns into a dirt track for the last 400 metres of the ascent. There are many signs along the way. Only experienced drivers should attempt the road, best done in a 4WD vehicle. Those who do not wish to make the trip themselves can visit the gardens as part of an adventure day trip such as a jungle/safari tour or ATV ride. These are easily arranged with most tour agents on Samui. There are some steep paths and a lot of steps to get around within the gardens, so those with limited mobility may find it a challenge.”
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“Na Muang Waterfalls, a majestic set of two cascades on Koh Samui, show that the island’s beauty is not limited to its beaches. Found inland about 12 kilometres south-east of Nathon Bay, the Na Muang falls are reached by taking a walking path from the entrance to the park. The first waterfall, Na Muang 1, flows down into a pretty natural pool that provides a cool escape from the heat. About 30 minutes by foot further uphill is the smaller yet equally inviting Na Muang 2.”
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“Jungle Club offers the most fantastic views over the ocean. It is a bit of a drive up in the jungle to reach the destination , but definitely well worth it. It also offers the most delicious food. It is best to book to avoid disappointment.”
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Centro comercial
“The Wharf Samui is a stylish cross between a shopping mall and a marketplace. A 5,000 sqm open-air space with 120 units in a mix of eastern and western historical architectural styles, it blends smoothly with the existing attractions of Fisherman’s Village, adding an impressive selection of good-quality products and services to the already excellent shopping in Bophut. ”
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